I was surprised to see your message. Not sure if my service contract covers this kind of configuration issue? Most likely it is my own lack of competence, and knowledge about ldap, that is the problem.
Error: Acquire UNIX credentials procedure failed [ 1 ms] Hostname found in Name Service Cache [ 1] Resolved LDAP servers: 10.0.0.10. Vserver: -1 [ 1] Failed to initiate Kerberos authentication. Trying NTLM. [ 5] LDAP search for the "uid, uidNumber, gidNumber, unixUserPassword, name, unixHomeDirectory, loginShell" attribute(s) within base "CN=Users,DC=DOMAIN,DC=COM" (scope: 2) using filter "(&(objectClass=User)(uid=domain.com\user))" fail [ 5] Additional info: [ 6] Source: LDAP unavailable. Ignoring and trying next available source for user-name: domain.com\user [ 6] Entry for user-name: domain.com\user not found in the current source: FILES. Entry for user-name: domain.com\user not found in any of the available sources **[ 6] FAILURE: Unable to retrieve UID for UNIX user ** domain.com\user
Error: command failed: Failed to resolve user name to a UNIX ID. Reason: "SecD Error: libc returned a transient error. Please look at the journal for detail".