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I am on a NIS Plus server. Who can I check whether this server is Master or Replica Server. In addition I need to find out total how many replica servers are there?
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Just type in the following command:
/usr/lib/nis/nisping


Please print a copy of the following NIS+ FAQ, it can help you to mange NIS+:
http://www.eng.auburn.edu/~rayh/solaris/NIS+_FAQ.html
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