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Old 03-27-2001

When telneting to a SUN box and incorrectly spelling your password, there is a delay of approx. 5 seconds. Is there any way to shorten this time?

OS solaris 7

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Old 03-27-2001
Check the passwd entry in /etc/nsswitch.conf and make sure it doesn't contain extra services (that you are not using (like nis or nisplus).
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