ypmatch - print the values of one or more keys from a NIS map


   ypmatch [ -kt ] [ -d domain ] key ... mapname
   ypmatch -x


   ypmatch  prints  the  values  of one or more keys from the NIS database
   specified by mapname, which may be a map name or a map nickname.


   -d domain
          Specify a domain other than the default domain  as  returned  by

   -k     Display  map  keys. This option is useful with maps in which the
          values are null or the key is not part of the value.

   -t     This option inhibits map nickname translation.

   -x     Display the map nickname translation table.


          map nickname translation table.


   domainname(8), nicknames(5), ypbind(8), ypcat(1), yppoll(8), ypserv(8),
   ypset(8), ypwhich(1)


   ypmatch  is part of the yp-tools package, which was written by Thorsten
   Kukuk <kukuk@linux-nis.org>.

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