[OpenAFS] having issues after changing IP Scope
Fri, 20 Oct 2006 11:56:29 -0700
Ok, so this is a little tricky but here goes.
We had 3 subnets.
192.168.128.0/23 which has change as per past posts.
192.168.130.0/24 which was our management network that we would
access our servers from the corp network
192.168.254.0/24 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 192.168.130.0/24 to
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.192.168.254.0/24
192.168.200.111 (was 192.168.130.21)
192.168.200.112 (was 192.168.130.22)
192.168.200.113 (was 192.168.130.31)
192.168.200.121 (was 192.168.130.20)
192.168.200.122 (was 192.168.130.11)
192.168.200.123 (was 192.168.130.48)
Yesterday I was dealing with issues getting the 'fs' process working
on the Fileservers. What I ended up doing was shutting down the
192.168.200.0/24 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 192.168.200.0/22 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
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 192.168.130.0/24 and
>>>> our corporate network is on 192.168.128.0/23. The corp network
>>>> needs to grow, so we are changing it to 192.168.128.0/22 (this
>>>> is where are our issue starts) 130 will end up being included in
>>>> 192.168.128.0/22(which 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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