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doc:installationguide:basic-nss [2012/02/09 22:27]
misric [Installing and updating the mirror script]
doc:installationguide:basic-nss [2013/08/09 12:32]
gradator [Using libnss-pgsql2] access -> read
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   getent group   getent group
   getent passwd   getent passwd
-  ​getend ​shadow+  ​getent ​shadow
   id username   id username
  
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 Of course those examples are going to work and are a good start, however they are highly insecure. This way you are giving to any user on your system rights to fetch and modify your VHFFS database because ''/​etc/​nss-pgsql.conf''​ must be readable by anyone. Of course those examples are going to work and are a good start, however they are highly insecure. This way you are giving to any user on your system rights to fetch and modify your VHFFS database because ''/​etc/​nss-pgsql.conf''​ must be readable by anyone.
    
-So, you have to create a new user on PostgreSQL that can only access ​vhffs_passwd,​ vhffs_groups and vhffs_user_group tables.+So, you have to create a new user on PostgreSQL that can only read vhffs_passwd,​ vhffs_groups and vhffs_user_group tables.
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