[OpenAFS] OpenAFS-1.7.1 on Windows 7 32 bit
Sat, 24 Sep 2011 09:53:39 -0400
To close off this thread for archival sake, this was my
error, as determined (again) by Jeffrey Altman.
RxMaxMTU was set to 1431 and not 1400 as thought. This is
necessary over our VPN setup, which is where this problem
On 9/16/2011 4:13 PM, Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> On 9/16/2011 2:33 PM, Jeff Blaine wrote:
>> Thank you for all of the effort getting this released.
> You're welcome although after 1606 days of development
> the best thanks would be a month not looking at the code
> again. :-)
>> Steps forward for me, but I'm not having as much luck
>> as everyone else yet. Important to note, probably, is
>> that the private beta IFS release worked fine for me
>> last I tried 2 months ago or so. Quick grunts as to
>> where to start debugging are welcome.
>> At any rate, today:
>> Uninstalled KfW and OpenAFS, including wiping out dangling
>> dirs on disk and deleting registry keys, and rebooted.
>> Dropped our CellServDB and krb5.ini in the proper
>> Installed 64-bit and 32-bit OpenAFS, no integrated logon,
>> and don't use DNS for cell lookup, then rebooted.
>> Installed 64-bit and 32-bit KfW 3.2.2 from Secure
>> Endpoints' website.
>> Started NIM, it knew my realm and username, got ticket
>> and AFS token.
> NIM and KFW are completely independent of OpenAFS.
> There is no reason to touch their configurations.
> Since you were attempting to create a clean slate, did
> you delete the %windir%\temp\afscache file?
>> tokens.exe shows this.
>> aklog.exe -d -force (for kicks) shows all is fine.
> you had tokens and forcibly set them again. not sure why that would do
>> fs.exe checkservers reports all is fine.
> "fs checkservers -all -fast" would be more useful.
>> fs.exe lsmount \\AFS\our.org\user\jblaine hangs indefinitely
>> and cannot be Ctrl-C'd. Trying to kill the process via Task
>> Manager appears to do nothing. I've waited several minutes
> fs minidump will generate a minidump in %windir%\temp\ for the
> afsd_service.exe. This will permit a developer to see what the process
> is stopped waiting for something to happen.
> Jeffrey Altman