[OpenAFS] openAFS 1.4.4 - ticket contained unknown key version number
Christopher D. Clausen
Fri, 26 Oct 2007 12:38:24 -0500
Hamish <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Friday 26 October 2007 18:09, Christopher D. Clausen wrote:
>> Hamish <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> On Friday 26 October 2007 17:49, Hamish wrote:
>>>> Thanks. I'd just taken that route when I got your reply. (I think I
>>>> probably stuffed it up trying to build the second machine &
>>>> rerunning some of the commands that should only have been run once.
>>>> Joys of trying to adapt a readme I found on the internet that only
>>>> deals withinstalling a single machine :).
>>>> The local machine works fine now. But when I try to run a command
>>>> remotely (e.g. run bos restart from the first server against the
>>>> second server I installed) it fails with
>>>> '(you are not authorised for this operation)'
>>>> Both work locally though... And if I append -localauth to the
>>>> command on machine1 to restart machine2 it works...
>>> Whoops... Telling lies... My token was old... I unlog'ed, kdestroyed
>>> and tried again (On machine 2)... kinit works no problems, but aklog
>>> is hanging after
>>> 'About to revolve name admin to is in cell xxx.xx.x.com'
>> Check your AFS server log files for any errors. I suspect something
>> isn't running correctly. Or, you did not add a PTS account for the
>> user you are trying to obtain tokens for.
> Spelling mistake in my CellServDB file... Damnit I hate that... I
> also just discovered that aklog won't work unless I've started the
> AFS client... Didn't realise that was mandatory... The user was
> admin... e.g.
Oh, yeah, need to have AFS client running in order for the store tokens
ioctl to work.
> Now it works (getting the tokens), but I'm still not authorised for
> doing restarts of the second server, vos create etc... Nothing logged
> as to why.
Are you in that server's UserList?
bos listusers to check.
>> If you'd like more interactive help, please join the #openafs
>> channel on the Freenode IRC network.
> Hmm... Wonder if I can get there from here (At a client site,
A client? As in someone is paying you to ask me AFS questions on a
> firewall might kill me. I may have to work on it over the weekend
> from home where I can get to things like IRC).