[OpenAFS] Loosing tokens...
Mon, 4 Apr 2005 22:31:54 +0200
Am 04.04.2005 um 16:53 schrieb Frank Burkhardt:
> On Mon, Apr 04, 2005 at 04:13:09PM +0200, Cajus Pollmeier wrote:
>>> What does the 'id -G' command show in
>>> 1. your session?
>> 1011 33801 47627 80 999 1004 1023
>>> 2. your friend's ssh-session?
>> 1006 33801 47627 1004 1023
> OK, I was right :-) .
>> Sure, I've restarted ssh. Hmm. Is unpagsh replacable by pagsh?
> Sorry, pagsh creates a new PAG. This would be solution to your
> problem (ssh-user collides with local user) but there would still be
> a collision between two ssh-users.
>> I've no unpagsh on my system here...
> Have a look @
> There's a debian-package containing 'unpagsh' + sources. unpagsh
> (at least the version inside this package) can't be used with kernel
> 2.6+ -
> I hope to find the reason asap.
Perfect! It works and I'm lucky. BTW - we've stopped using 2.6.x for
production use. The network stack functions one week, then you've to
reboot. Back to 2.4.x, these problems are gone. So - I don't care about
2.6 on these machines :-)