[OpenAFS] Error Number 11862791
Wed, 06 Sep 2006 16:54:10 +0200
Jeffrey Altman schrieb:
> Tobias Michaels wrote:
>> Thanks for the tip,
>> but I already use the timeserver of my cell for synchronizing. I found
>> something about debugging this error in the list archive and added a
>> registry key, after that i ran tokens.exe and it said:
>> Tokens held by the Cache Manager:
>> pioctl Explorer logon user: [Tobias]
>> pioctl WNetAddConnection2(\\afs,Tobias) failed: 0x52E
>> pioctl WNetAddConnection2(\\afs\all,Tobias) failed: 0x52E
>> pioctl SamCompatible logon user: [ANUBIS\Tobias]
>> pioctl WNetAddConnection2(\\afs,ANUBIS\Tobias) failed: 0x52E
>> pioctl WNetAddConnection2(\\afs\all,ANUBIS\Tobias) failed: 0x52E
>> AFS device may not have started
>> Maybe someone of you can recognize, what my windows is doing wrong?
> When sending reports it is helpful to specify which version
> of a product you are using. I am going to take a stab in the
> dark and guess that you performed a first time install using
> either 1.4.2-beta3 or 1.4.2-rc1.
> CM Error 11862791 = Cache Manager is not initialized /
> afsd not running / afsd not reachable
> Windows Error 0x52E = Logon failure: unknown user name or bad
> If this was a first time install of one of those two versions
> of OpenAFS there is a registry value that was not properly constructed.
> You should upgrade to 1.4.2-rc2 and then remove this value from the
> registry and allow it to be re-created correctly.
> If that is not your problem, then we will need to know a great deal
> more about your machine and the domain infrastructure to which it
> belongs. In particular, do you log in to the machine with a password
> or do you use a smartcard or a MIT Kerberos realm or something else.
> Jeffrey Altman
i was using version 1.4.1. I did what you told me, uninstalled the
v1.4.1 und installed v1.4.2-rc2
I checked my registry, but there is only the Lsa-Folder, I don't have
the MSV1_0 subfolder. What shall I do now?
About the domain infrastructure: I try to use the afs-server of my
university via internet with a vpn-client from cisco systems running in
the background, but as I mentioned before it works fine with my laptop