[OpenAFS] Solaris8 modload /kernel/fs/afs out of memory/room in sys table

Walter Steiner ws+ml.openafs-info@postfix.informatik.uni-bonn.de
Fri, 9 Mar 2001 09:29:48 +0100

Thank you for your answers.

> > executing the afs.rc script or modload /kernel/fs/afs =>

to answer Thomas' question: yes, I have tried to modload the module
many times, modinfo afs | fgrep -i afs => nothing

> > Entry for afs already exists in /etc/name_to_sysnum
> Did you reboot after creating it? 

Yes.  I also played with the entry in /etc/name_to_sysnum.  afs.rc
inserted the line '^afs	73$' as '^afs	73nfs	106$'. (no newline,
gnu sed?) I have corrected this minor problem and rebooted. Then I
have reordered the entries in name_to_sysnum (afs/73 between
exactsys/72 and reserved_74/74) and I have deleted reserved_73 and

forceload fs/afs in /etc/system make no difference

There is a syslog message of interest:

genunix: [ID 104096 kern.warning] WARNING: system call missing from bind file

is this due to the size of the module ("too large") or is the module
"too large" because there is a system call missing from bind file?

Cheers, ws