[OpenAFS] having issues after changing IP Scope
Derrick J Brashear
Fri, 20 Oct 2006 15:39:07 -0400 (EDT)
On Fri, 20 Oct 2006, Pucky Loucks wrote:
> Ok, so this is a little tricky but here goes.
> We had 3 subnets.
> 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.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.
> Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 File server starting
> Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 afs_krb_get_lrealm failed, using office.h2st.net.
> Fri Oct 20 11:25:41 2006 VL_RegisterAddrs rpc failed; The IP address exists
> on a different server; repair it
well, that implies the new address already exists, with a different uuid.
did you changeaddr wrong? does the vldb suggest the wrong set of volumes
are on that server?