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Operating Systems Solaris make issue when I add some members into a NIS group on solaris 9,please help !! Post 302095772 by lk74612 on Friday 10th of November 2006 02:53:55 AM
Old 11-10-2006
make issue when I add some members into a NIS group on solaris 9,please help !!

Hello Sir,

I want to add some members into a group on NIS domain, but when I run "/usr/ccs/bin/make group" to update the group map it was failed :-(
the error message is :

Code:
problem storing develop develop::200:root,vobadm,develop,bej00189,bej00183,bej00041,bej00058,bej00206,bej00147,bej00164,bej00161,bej00113,bej00197,bej00200,bej00155,bej00166,bej00244,bej00119,bej00182,bej00174,bej00171,bej00188,bej00196,bej00057,bej00187,bej00195,bej00208,bej00191,bej00050,bej00179,bej00105,bej00120,bej00148,bej00118,bej00180,bej00170,bej00078,bej00181,bej00250,bej00077,bej00184,bej00198,bej00079,bej00149,bej00186,bej00190,bej00044,bej00151,bej00104,bej00215,bej00274,bej00281,bej00247,bej00251,bej00292,bej00285,bej00036,bej00270,bej00086,bej00329,bej00318,bej00323,bej00123,bej00317,bej00384,bej00392,bej00379,bej00383,bej00375,bej00325,bej00441,bej00352,bej00431,bej00445,bej00449,bej00432,bej00419,bej00437,bej00465,bej00430,bejt0201,bej00388,bej00435,bej00454,bej00082,bej00488,bej00499,bej00493,bej00414,bej00485,bej00494,bej00484,bej00256,bej00436,bej00492,bej00522,bej00527,bej00524,bej00486,bej00555,bej00528,bej00561,bej00564,bej00546,bej00560,bej00496,bej00487,bejt0253,bejt0252,bej00590,bej00588,bej00468
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `group.time'

Then I remove a few members form that group member list, the group can be update,so I think the root cause is that group include so many members.
But I must add all members into that group,do you have a right way for this issue?

Thanks a lot!
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groupadd(1M)															      groupadd(1M)

NAME
groupadd - add a new group to the system SYNOPSIS
gid group DESCRIPTION
The command creates a new group on the system by adding the appropriate entry to the file. The command must be used with the group argu- ment, which is the name of the new group. The name consists of a string of printable characters that may not include a colon or newline Refer to usergroupname(5) to understand the functionality changes with the Numeric User Group Name feature. Options The command uses the following options: Specify the group ID for the new group. gid must be a non-negative decimal integer less than as defined in the header file. By default the next available unique group ID in the valid range is allocated. Group IDs in the range 0-99 are reserved. Allow the gid to be non-unique (that is, a duplicate). NIS The command is aware of NIS user entries. Only local groups may be added with this command. Attempts to add an NIS group will result in an error. NIS groups must be administered from the NIS server. If is used on a system where NIS is installed, it may fail with the error (return value 9) if the group specified is not present in the local file, but is an NIS group (see group(4)). NIS groups are also checked when verifying uniqueness of the new gid, which may result in the error (return value 4). RETURN VALUE
The command exits with one of the following values: No error. Invalid command syntax. Invalid argument supplied to an option. gid is not unique (when is not used). group is not unique. Cannot modify the file. file or file busy. Another command may be modifying the file. Unable to open file or file is non-existent. EXAMPLES
Add the group to the file. Add the group to the file with the group ID as long as no group currently exists with a group ID of WARNINGS
Because many users may try to write the file simultaneously, a password locking mechanism was devised. If this locking fails after subse- quent retrying, terminates. FILES
SEE ALSO
users(1), groupdel(1M), groupmod(1M), logins(1M), useradd(1M), userdel(1M), usermod(1M), group(4), usergroupname(5). STANDARDS CONFORMANCE
groupadd(1M)

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