[Bug 1952] Local port forwarding does not work in a particular condition.

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Fri Dec 2 19:07:52 EST 2011


--- Comment #2 from Adam <seifer1983 at gmail.com> 2011-12-02 19:07:52 EST ---
If you are talking about "/opt/ssh/utils/ssh_chroot_setup.sh", yes,
I've used this script to init chroot directory, which is /adamroot in
my test.

So there are two nsswitch.conf files at /adamroot/etc/ and /etc/.
I changed "ipnodes" in "/etc/nsswitch.conf", removing "nds" part. 
Meantime, "ipnodes" in "/adamroot/etc/nsswitch.conf" as the default
value, "nds nis file".  I also had the tunneling problem in this

Here's another interesting part.  If I put nds at the beginning of
ipnodes, tunneling will be OK.  But if I put either of other two
methods at the beginning, but still have dns behind, I will still has
this problem.  Looks that even the order of "resolve from" will affect
the results.  

If "dns nis files" passed, why just something like "files dns nis"
should failed?

(In reply to comment #1)
> This looks like a misconfiguration:
> When you are in chroot mode, you will need to populate the chroot with
> whatever support files your OS needs to support name resolution. This
> may include nsswitch.conf, resolv.conf, hosts and possibly even shared
> objects for NSS (depending on the platform).

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