[OpenAFS] Rookie problems

er0ck erict@alum.rpi.edu
Thu, 07 Oct 2004 21:08:04 -0400

Hi David,
	I'm not sure if you saw my note from earlier today asking about openAFS
on kernel 2.6.  but FYI:

i'm not sure if the problem is the missing hooks in the kernel or not. 
(doesn't look like it was covered by the page you reference).  your
problem sounds more like AFS not connecting to kerberos correctly. 

you may want to try patching your openAFS build just for kicks though.  
that being said, i patched mine and installed and and can't even get the
cache manager to run.

good luck.  keep us filled in.

On Thu, 2004-10-07 at 20:14, David S. wrote:
> I'm trying to install OpenAFS 1.3.71 on Linux system 
> (x86 hardware), with Heimdal 0.6.3.  I'm making this machine a KDC,
> an AFS server, and an AFS client.  It will just be an AFS server
> eventually, but for testing purposes it needs to perform all three
> roles now.  I've followed the instructions at 
> 	http://www.central.org/twiki/bin/view/AFSLore/KerberosAFSInstall
> the "Installing Kerberos & AFS" section of the "AFSLore" wiki.  I'm
> obviously doing something wrong with the Kerberos configuration, and I'd 
> be grateful for some guidance on where to look for the problem.
> I'm fairly sure that my Kerberos domain is working properly at a basic
> level.  I can "kinit" and get tickets, and telnet into the localhost using 
> Kerberos authentication.  Likewise, I think that my installation and 
> configuration of OpenAFS went well, or at least well enough not to leave 
> any error messages is the log files.  I'm stuck in the section of the
> OpenAFS installation documentation entitled "Configuring the Top Levels 
> of the AFS Filespace".  The AFS servers and the cache manager seem to
> be running properly.  I can "kinit" as the "admin" user and get what
> seem to be valid tickets, but when I try the command
> 	fs setacl /afs system:anyuser rl
> I get the response
> 	fs: You don't have the required access rights on '/afs'
> (I did use 'pts' to create and add the "admin" user to the AFS
> database.)  Indeed, if I try the "tokens" command, I get
> 	tweedledee:28% tokens
> 	Tokens held by the Cache Manager:
> 	User's (AFS ID 20177) tokens for afs@grid.gs.washington.edu [Expires Oct  8 03:05]
> 	   --End of list--
> I'm not sure what I should see here, but I don't think that's right.
> Trying various combinations of "kinit", "kinit --afslog", and "afslog"
> didn't make any difference.
> I'm at a loss.  I'd be grateful for any help.
> David S.
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