[OpenAFS] Re: Moving Magic Trio to another domain
Tue, 24 Sep 2013 23:31:22 +0300 (EEST)
> On Tue, 24 Sep 2013 22:50:47 +0300 (EEST)
> "Jukka Tuominen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> > That shouldn't be the problem here. What actual errors are you
>> > seeing? Can you run 'fs lsm' on the things you can't seem to
>> > access? (That is, 'services' and the homedirs)
>> '/afs/[domain]/service' is a mount point for volume '#service'
>> > fs: You don't have the required access rights on
>> fs la /afs/[domain]/service
>> fs: You don't have the required access rights on '/afs/[domain]/service'
> Okay, I thought you meant they were just offline or something. If that's
> the problem, then it probably is related to authentication; it seems
> more like the authentication setup is broken, not related to the
> migration. Are your tokens not working at all, then? (A way to test
> would be to try writing to, say, a new file in /afs/.cell/ )
mkdir saids it cannot be done because it's readonly.
> Do you know what the permissions on these dirs are supposed to be?
Access list for /afs/[old.domain]/service is
> Do you see anything in syslog, or 'dmesg | tail' on the client when you
> try to access these?
Sorry, I need to switch back to the new server...
>> > If you want to copy the data from a 'source' cell to a 'destination'
>> > cell and you can have both available at the same time, you can use the
>> > 'up' tool to copy the directory tree while preserving all of the
>> > afs-specific information and avoiding endless loops.
>> I understood the client pointing to two different domains with a
>> single destiny. I can also switch between the two servers (old and
>> new) one at the time, but I can't understand how the server can hold
>> the two domains at once. When you destroy the krb data, or change the
>> .confs, it only appears as one, AFAIK. Sorry...
> Sorry, I meant using two different actual machines for that scenario
> (using 'up' to copy the data between the two cells). You'd need two
> separate machines for that, or at least two different IPs, so it's not
> relevant if you only have the one machine to work with.
> It may be possible to do that with one machine by setting up chrooted
> servers bound to a different local IP, but... that's getting a bit
> complex :)
> Andrew Deason
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