[OpenAFS] SuSe is frustrating
Fri, 27 May 2005 09:54:25 -0700
On Fri, May 27, 2005 at 10:36:03AM -0400, Randy Lee Schott wrote:
> I'm not even sure I'm posting to the right list, but I figure it's worth a
> So I'm trying to use openAFS 1.3.78 under SuSe 9.3 (Linux 2.6 kernel).
> Believe me, I would've used a stable release if I could have. So, I got it
> to build for my kernel, I can start the afs service (afs start) with no
> problems/error messages. I can start afsd as well with no problems or
> error messages. I can even klog to my cell to get tokens. When I try and
I am using the packaged openafs that suse put in 9.3. It is openafs
1.3.78... I had to make some changes the suses configuration scripts,
but it all works fine. I am using the smp kernel as well.
188.8.131.52-20a-smp on a dell precision dual xeon box.
I attempted to compile openafs 1.3.8x, but if the make fails beyond
the ./configure, make, make install, I don't know enough to fix
things. Well, the build failed. Which is why I used the suse openafs
rpms. It was a big enough pain to fix their scripts.
why not just use the suse rpms since they are the same version you
> cd to my personal afs space (cd /afs/my.cell/myspace) or even when I try
> and browse my root directory in Konqueror, the system hangs. I'm unable to
> kill any afs related processes(kill -9 pid) and have to restart the machine
> to fix it. I have my firewall set to allow udp ports 7000-7009(afs
> services) 1024-2048(I'm told klog needs these), and 123/tcp(told that ntp
> uses it). My ThisCell file contains only my cell, and my CellServDB file
> has been reduced to just the info for that cell, so it shouldn't even be
> trying other cells, correct? I've been browsing archived mailing lists and
> forums for days now trying everything I can, but I'm just not sure what is
> causing this problem. Has anyone else seen this? Thanks a lot.
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