[OpenAFS] Can't Map AFS drive

Charles T McIntyre mcintyre@ucsc.edu
Mon, 08 Aug 2005 20:12:12 -0700


Currently TransArc 3.6

On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 05:34:02 +0300
  Jeffrey Altman <jaltman@columbia.edu> wrote:
> Charles:
> 
> What version are your AFS servers?
> 
> Jeffrey Altman
> 
> Charles McIntyre wrote:
>> Jeffrey-
>> 
>> We're back at this trying to figure out how to get 
>>OpenAFS to run in our
>> environment.  We thought it was some 3rd party 
>>application that was
>> causing a conflict, but now I'm not sure that's the 
>>case.
>> 
>> Currently, I'm testing this with a base install XP Pro 
>>SP2 with MIT KfW
>> and OpenAFS 1.3.8600 installed.  I've also tried 1.3.85, 
>>1.3.84, and
>> 1.3.73 and get the same problem.  I've also tried 
>>installing OpenAFS
>> with "Integrated Login" checked and unchecked and using 
>>and not using
>> KfW with the various versions.  In the past, I noticed 
>>that if KfW got
>> the AFS tokens then OpenAFS wouldn't work correctly, so 
>>normally I don't
>> have KfW get AFS tokens.  I've tried it both ways with 
>>multiple versions
>> and nothing's working.
>> 
>> The current symptom that we're seeing is when we try to 
>>map a drive
>> using the afscreds systray app to a afs cell path (i.e.
>> /afs/cats/users/q/ictest) the machine hangs every time. 
>> Trying to map
>> using "net use x: \\afs\cats\users\q\ictest" or by using 
>>a submount
>> (which I know you don't like) it does the same.  I can 
>>mount a drive to
>> /afs, but only our cell (cats.ucsc.edu) shows up and 
>>when I try to open
>> that directory, the machine hangs.
>> 
>> This has been a problem for us ever since SP2 with any 
>>OpenAFS client.
>> 
>> Any ideas?
>> 
>> Thanks in advance!
>> 
>> Charles
>> 
>> At 08:01 AM 7/8/2005, Jeffrey Altman wrote:
>> 
>>> If the MLA is there its a non-issue.
>>> Browse \\AFS and see what names are offered.
>>>
>>>
>>> Charles McIntyre wrote:
>>>
>>> > We always reinstall the MLA after imaging.  We were 
>>>just curious if the
>>> > sysprep/ghost MLA deletion was causing an additional 
>>>problem, or if
>>> this
>>> > is a non-issue.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
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>> 
>> Charles McIntyre
>> PC/UNIX Systems Engineer
>> Instructional Computing
>> Information Technology Services, UCSC
>> ph: 831/459-5746
>> fx: 831/459-2914
>> 
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Charles McIntyre
PC/UNIX Systems Engineer
Instructional Computing, UCSC
ph: 831/459-5746

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