[OpenAFS] Re: Couldn't get CPS for AnyUser, will try again in 30 seconds; code=5376.

Brett Heroux brett.j.heroux@gmail.com
Wed, 04 Apr 2012 20:06:05 -0500

I'm pretty sure I restarted my servers already, but I did it again.

I have one db/fileserver and another fileserver. The db/fileserver is 
east-gateway. This is the udebug output.

root@east-gateway:~# bos status east-gateway
Instance buserver, currently running normally.
Instance ptserver, currently running normally.
Instance vlserver, currently running normally.
Instance fs, currently running normally.
     Auxiliary status is: file server running.

root@east-gateway:~# udebug 7003 east-gateway
udebug: can't resolve port name east-gateway

Brett Heroux

On 4/4/2012 10:33 AM, Andrew Deason wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Apr 2012 10:24:19 -0500
> Brett Heroux<brett.j.heroux@gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Sun Apr  1 04:00:03 2012 File server starting
>> Sun Apr  1 04:00:03 2012 afs_krb_get_lrealm failed, using devicesoft.org.
>> Sun Apr  1 04:00:03 2012 VL_RegisterAddrs rpc failed; will retry
>> periodically (code=5376, err=0)
>> Sun Apr  1 04:00:03 2012 Couldn't get CPS for AnyUser, will try again in 30
>> seconds; code=5376.
> $ translate_et 5376
> 5376 (u).0 = no quorum elected
> Your database servers claim to be out of sync. How many dbservers do you
> have? Can you run 'udebug 7003<server>' for each of them?
>> I had a power outage and got a new IP address on my server, had to
>> swap some NICs that were damaged, but I changed my CellServDB and
>> think I am over it (I use DHCP). This used to work and I would like
>> very much for it to work again.
> If you changed the server-side CellServDB after the servers started, you
> need to restart the server processes to pick up the changes.