[OpenAFS] AFS service may not have started
Mon, 07 Jul 2008 11:31:23 -0400
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ENEM | Hans Melgers wrote:
> Any news on this one ? I just saw it too on my xp machine.
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> To: Michal Rybárik
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> Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] AFS service may not have started
> Michal Rybárik wrote:
>> AFS client running on Windows XP suddenly stopped to work. After a
>> weeks I still can't find a reason why. I upgraded to the newest
>> version, checked all setting, googled a lot, but nothing helped. This
>> is a output from tokens.exe :
>> C:\Program Files\OpenAFS\Client\Program>tokens.exe
>> Tokens held by the Cache Manager:
>> pioctl CreateFile(\\afs\all\_._AFS_IOCTL_._) failed: 0x7B
>> [The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorr
>> ] pioctl Explorer logon user: [pichal] pioctl
>> WNetAddConnection2(\\afs,pichal) failed: 0x52E pioctl
>> WNetAddConnection2(\\afs\all,pichal) failed: 0x52E pioctl
>> SamCompatible logon user: [MONEY\pichal] pioctl
>> WNetAddConnection2(\\afs,MONEY\pichal) failed: 0x52E pioctl
>> WNetAddConnection2(\\afs\all,MONEY\pichal) failed: 0x52E AFS device
>> may not have started
> Has the service started? What are the contents of the afsd_init.log file?
> Is "AFS" registered as a service name according to "nbtstat -n"?
> Note that 0x52E is Logon Failure. unknown user name or bad password.
> How are you logging on to the workstation? Are you using a method that
> does not make use of a password? Is NTLM disabled on the machine?
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