[OpenAFS] OpenAFS 1.6: MacOSX Lion: AFSOP_CACHEINODE: Not configured

Derrick Brashear shadow@gmail.com
Mon, 10 Oct 2011 19:54:57 -0400

that sounds like an old afsd is somewhere on the machine and being run
instead of the current one.

On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 4:08 PM, John Tang Boyland
<boyland@pabst.cs.uwm.edu> wrote:
> [I sent this email to openafs-bugs two weeks ago and got no response.
> =A0Perhaps it was the wrong place to send this info.]
> (Originally sent September 15th):
> If OpenAFS 1.6.0 (downloaded today off web page) is installed
> on one of my student's MacOSX 10.7: Lion, then AFS works fine until the
> computer is rebooted, then it reliably fails. =A0Work around: re-install
> after every reboot. =A0(NB: AFS hangs on reboot once bug has manifested.)
> The failure manifests itself as /afs being empty. =A0kinit/aklog work
> fine. =A0(We have turned on "allow_weak_crypto")
> The built-in AFS preference pane (that by default uses klog) freezes
> if you try to get a token.
> I had the student run launchafs.sh by hand. =A0It failed with
> a message from afsd =A0AFSOP_CACHEINODE: not configured.
> (Update, October 10, 2011)
> The problem is still with us; the student has to uninstall reinstall
> over and over.
> Regards,
> John
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