[OpenAFS] having issues after changing IP Scope

Pucky Loucks ploucks@pixpo.com
Fri, 20 Oct 2006 11:56:29 -0700

Ok, so this is a little tricky but here goes.

We had 3 subnets. which has change as per past posts. which was our management network that we would  
access our servers from the corp network which is the internal production network. i.e. all  
the boxes would talk to each other on this network.

3 AFSDB's are on the internal network and the management network.
3 fileservers are on the internal network and the management network.

we changed the management network from to

AFSDB1 had

AFSDB2 had

AFSDB3 had

Fileserver1 had

Fileserver2 had

Fileserver3 had

Because of the need to change the ip's in the corp network we needed  
to change the ip's in the managment network. NOTE: the internal  
production network stayed the same.

AFSDB1 (was

AFSDB2 (was

AFSDB3 (was

Fileserver1	(was

Fileserver2	(was

Fileserver3 (was

Yesterday I was dealing with issues getting the 'fs' process working  
on the Fileservers. What I ended up doing was shutting down the ip's and everything was fine.  Then I did a vos  
syncvldb and it was saying that a certain volume was located on  
another server. (note earlier someone ran vos syncserv without doing  
a syncvldb before hand)

Now today I ran,
vos syncvldb on all servers and vos syncserv on all server and it  
worked.  I have the network shutoff.

Fileserver1 and Fileserver3 are working, but Fileserver2 give me the  
following error in /usr/afs/logs/FileLog

Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 File server starting
Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 afs_krb_get_lrealm failed, using  
Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 VL_RegisterAddrs rpc failed; The IP address  
on a different server; repair it
Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 VL_RegisterAddrs rpc failed; See VLLog for  
Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 Fatal error in library initialization,  

It would seem that I've done something wrong. i.e. way back when I  
did vos changeaddr

Any ideas?

On Oct 20, 2006, at 10:38 AM, Derrick J Brashear wrote:

> On Fri, 20 Oct 2006, Pucky Loucks wrote:
>>>> What I mean is that we had AFS working on and  
>>>> our corporate network is on  The corp network  
>>>> needs to grow, so we are changing it to (this  
>>>> is where are our issue starts) 130 will end up being included in  
>>>> is not what we want for other reasons).
>>> Ok, so, you did or did not renumber the fileserver?
>> yes I renumbered the fileservers
> ok, so, from what to what, and where does the vlserver believe the  
> data is, and where is it really?
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