[OpenAFS] [1.3.86] heimdal/krb5 auth for BOS requests fails during initial cell setup
Tracy Di Marco White
Mon, 8 Aug 2005 19:07:56 -0500
On 8/8/05, Brandon S. Allbery KF8NH <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 01:39 +0200, scorch wrote:
> > -r /on my heimdal install. doing a klist -T hangs though.
You can't get tokens without afs/arla kernel module loaded, and maybe
> This wouldn't happen to be Solaris, would it? The kafs library needs to
> be compiled without optimization for some reason, at least with gcc, or
> the attempt to read and parse tokens from the kernel will access random
> memory leading to either very slow operation as it uselessly scans large
> tracts of memory, or core dumps.
> > libprot: AFS kernel pioctl doesn't exist Could not get afs tokens, runn=
> Your libafs kernel module isn't there for some reason, or isn't where
> the AFS libraries expect it. If this is Solaris, make sure you have the
> correct entry in /etc/name_to_sysnum and reboot to activate it.
Oh. this reminds me that you don't get tokens, and can't do things that
requires tokens unless you're running afs the client or arla the client.
IIRC you're running OpenBSD, which means either should work.