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Solaris 10

Question re: making root a role

Once root is made a role, you cannot log directly in as root, even on the console. If all your user accounts are maintained in NIS/NIS+/LDAP etc, and your naming service is unavailable, does that mean you cannot log in? Is it a standard practice to always create a local account with the root role?  Thanks, Mark

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