[OpenAFS] lost contact with volume location server

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
30 Jan 2003 12:18:20 -0500

If you unload the AFS kernel module before it completely initializes
then yes, it will 'oops' the kernel.


Peter Schuller <peter.schuller@infidyne.com> writes:

> > Have you verified that you don't have any iptables rules that
> > would be blocking AFS packets?
> Yep. On the worked-at-first-but-not-after-reboot machine, iptables won't
> even work because there is no support in the kernel. It's firewalled by
> another machine, but that can't effect it as long as we are talking
> about a client and the server on the same machine. Plus, remote clients
> DO work fine against the server.
> So no, it's not a firewalling problem.
> But even if it were, should/could such a problem really cause a kernel
> oops?
> -- 
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