[OpenAFS] Windows 7 x64: \\afs\cs.uwm.edu refers to a location that is unavailable

Jeffrey Altman jaltman@secure-endpoints.com
Thu, 28 Apr 2011 15:31:50 -0400

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On 4/28/2011 3:22 PM, Dirk Heinrichs wrote:
> Am 28.04.2011 19:20, schrieb John Tang Boyland:
>> Here is the problem I alluded to earlier:
>> I have a student who bought a new laptop with Windows Version 6.1.7600=

>> and
>> installed NIM and OpenAFS 1.5.9904 and things ALMOST work.
>> They can get tokens and can go to \\afs\openafs.org
>> and \\afs\cs.wisc.edu but not \\afs\cs.uwm.edu
>> When they try, they get the message:
>> "\\afs\cs.uwm.edu refers to a location that is unavailable.  It could =
>>   on a hard drive on this computer, or on a network.  Check..."
> Just integrated my first Windows client into my otherwise Linux only
> cell and have a similar problem here. System is WinXP SP3 (32bit) with
> OpenAFS 1.5.99d/KfW 3.22. Everything works fine except UNC path access.=

> I get a message similar to the above (translated from german) when I
> enter the UNC path into Windows Explorer's address bar:
> The file "\\afs\altum.de" was not found. Please check spelling and
> repeat the action or search for the file by clicking on "Start" and the=
> on "Search".
> Bye...
>     Dirk

Execute the following commands, place the resulting output somewhere in
/afs that I can access them, and file a bug report at

fs trace -on -reset
dir \\afs\altum.de\
fs trace -dump -off
fs memdump

cd %windir%\temp\

the files to be copied are:

afsd_init.log afsd_alloc.log afsd.log

Jeffrey Altman

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