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IPC nsswitch implementation

The Mac OS X lookupd does aggressive caching with cache invalidation 
support, supports the notion of flushing the cache on certain events 
(like when you reconfigure your network interfaces or switch 
authentication plugins), and quite a few other things.  No surprise, 
really, given that it's been around for years.

Julian was asking where to find it, and for those who get lost 
navigating Apple's darwin site, there's also opendarwin's cvsweb 
interface.  Darwin's "nsswitch" implementation lives in Libinfo, of 
which lookupd is a sub-project:


- Jordan

On Mar 5, 2004, at 6:46 AM, Michael Bushkov wrote:

> Hello!
> What do you mean exactly by saying "not as functional"?
> Michael Bushkov
> Software Engineer,
> Rostov State University
> On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Jordan K Hubbard wrote:
>> Sounds similar to, but not as functional as, the lookupd in Mac OS X. 
>> :)
>> On Mar 5, 2004, at 12:45 AM, Michael Bushkov wrote:
>>> We want you to look at this lookupd. It would be great for us to know
>>> if
>>> you like or not the way we made it. And we also want to know if this
>>> project can be added to FreeBSD project.
>> --
>> Jordan Hubbard
>> Engineering Manager, BSD Technology Group
>> Apple Computer
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Jordan Hubbard
Engineering Manager, BSD Technology Group
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