Trying to install LUM

Configuring LUM with namconfig and receive the following:

namconfig.getSchemaName: schema name = cn=schema
NAM Schema is extended successfully.
NAM Unique id schema is already extended.
uidNumber and gidNumber attribute indices already exist in the LDAP server
Error:Unknown error

It then goes back to the prompt. Any ideas??
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  • Which version of OES are you running and is the server patched up to date?

    Have you tried reinstalling/reconfiguring LUM from the YaST OES Install.. option?
  • Yes I have. I believe LUM is working now since I can login to the server using an ldap authenicated account. My only issue now is that nothing shows in the LUM enabled services under the workstation object.

    OES version 2 sp 1
  • krobertsjr;1853233 wrote:
    Yes I have. I believe LUM is working now since I can login to the server using an ldap authenicated account. My only issue now is that nothing shows in the LUM enabled services under the workstation object.

    OES version 2 sp 1

    I'm not sure what you are expecting to see. I usually just check the config files to check how the service is configured. I'll have a look to see what I'm seeing in some different setups.

    As a suggestion, monitor the server's /var/log/messages for a while -this will show runtime messages. (easiest to use a console/putty connection using 'tail -f /var/log/messages' while working on and with the server).

    You can also restart the namcd to see if any specific messages are thrown. Running an extra 'namconfig cache_refresh' after refreshing the server should also give an idea how the service is doing.

    These two docs give good info on how to check if LUM is working correctly:
    www.novell.com/.../search.do
  • magic31;1853284 wrote:
    I'm not sure what you are expecting to see. I usually just check the config files to check how the service is configured. I'll have a look to see what I'm seeing in some different setups.

    As a suggestion, monitor the server's /var/log/messages for a while -this will show runtime messages. (easiest to use a console/putty connection using 'tail -f /var/log/messages' while working on and with the server).

    You can also restart the namcd to see if any specific messages are thrown. Running an extra 'namconfig cache_refresh' after refreshing the server should also give an idea how the service is doing.

    These two docs give good info on how to check if LUM is working correctly:
    www.novell.com/.../search.do
  • magic31;1853284 wrote:
    I'm not sure what you are expecting to see. I usually just check the config files to check how the service is configured. I'll have a look to see what I'm seeing in some different setups.

    As a suggestion, monitor the server's /var/log/messages for a while -this will show runtime messages. (easiest to use a console/putty connection using 'tail -f /var/log/messages' while working on and with the server).

    You can also restart the namcd to see if any specific messages are thrown. Running an extra 'namconfig cache_refresh' after refreshing the server should also give an idea how the service is doing.

    These two docs give good info on how to check if LUM is working correctly:
    www.novell.com/.../search.do
  • magic31;1853284 wrote:
    I'm not sure what you are expecting to see. I usually just check the config files to check how the service is configured. I'll have a look to see what I'm seeing in some different setups.

    As a suggestion, monitor the server's /var/log/messages for a while -this will show runtime messages. (easiest to use a console/putty connection using 'tail -f /var/log/messages' while working on and with the server).

    You can also restart the namcd to see if any specific messages are thrown. Running an extra 'namconfig cache_refresh' after refreshing the server should also give an idea how the service is doing.

    These two docs give good info on how to check if LUM is working correctly:
    www.novell.com/.../search.do
  • krobertsjr;1853349 wrote:
    Thanks, let me know if you find anything on the enabled services not showing.

    Well, looking in various workstation objects the LUM services list is empty in my setup too. Not sure if that field is supposed to get filled, but not having any issues either. So I guess you're good unless anybody else can chime in to tell us better ;)

    Cheers,
    Willem
  • >> So I guess you're good unless anybody else can chime in to tell us better ;)

    interesting thing .... iManager seems to check all the files in /etc/pam.d for the entries

    auth	sufficient	pam_nam.so	use_first_pass
    account sufficient pam_nam.so
    password sufficient pam_nam.so
    session optional pam_nam.so


    if it finds them in a file, it shows that file in the services list.
    So as a test you can create a file called testlum and add those four lines.
    Then open the modify lum workstation object in iManager once again, select the object of the server and change to the services view. Then you should see testlum.

    Anyway not all services need all four lines and I had one file with just one line and then it was not reported. But the service was still okay because that one just needs the auth section. So if the services work and you don't want to deal with the different pam settings, ignore it.

    Rainer
  • Thanks for the solution. I have one more question that I have posted in other forums but have not gotten an answer to. When installing iFolder I recieve an error that i have an invalid certificate and when doing a ldap trace during the install it give me back an error that an ivalid protocol request was received. Any ideas?