NDS 601 errors when trying to view Linux Profile tab


Hi,

I didn't post this in the iManager forum because it seems to be more of
an eDirectory issue.
I was troubleshooting a server's LUM issues (since resolved) when I
discovered that when I go to the novlxtier group object (or any of them
in any of the server containers where they reside), and I click on the
Linux Profile Tab, I get an error:



_NDS_Error_601_
The object name entered could not be found in the context specified.


That error doesn't even make sense to me in the context of looking at a
tab. :confused: It works okay for the user objects novlxregd, novlxsrvd,
and wwwrun.
It fails in the novlxtier and www groups, particularly the General and
Linux Services sub-tabs.. it works okay for Enable Group Members
though.

LUM seems to be working though, but this isn't right. Any ideas? The KB
wasn't much use here.

Thanks!


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  • What, on that tab, may be actually stored on another object? Since you
    mentioned LUM, perhaps something in the plugin is trying to access the
    'Unix Configuration' object which is behind the assignment of UIDs and
    GIDs to LUM-enabled objects.

    The iManager debug log MAY help identify the -601, and is probably a good
    thing to check.

    Next, I'd get a LAN trace from the iManager box and see if I could see
    what was returning a -601, and then figure out why that object was requested.

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  • What, on that tab, may be actually stored on another object? Since you
    mentioned LUM, perhaps something in the plugin is trying to access the
    'Unix Configuration' object which is behind the assignment of UIDs and
    GIDs to LUM-enabled objects.

    The iManager debug log MAY help identify the -601, and is probably a good
    thing to check.

    Next, I'd get a LAN trace from the iManager box and see if I could see
    what was returning a -601, and then figure out why that object was requested.

    --
    Good luck.

    If you find this post helpful and are logged into the web interface,
    show your appreciation and click on the star below...
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