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Re: NMAS Activity on Roles Driver

On 07/16/2012 06:46 PM, akynaston wrote:
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> I'm seeing this issue in my environment as well . . What does RRSD stand
> for?
>
> I'd like to resolve this; it's not hurting anything right now, but it
> feels like a mine ready to go off at any moment.
>
>
>
>
>
> exteNdSupport;2115127 Wrote:
>> On 06/15/2011 10:49 AM, ab wrote:
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>>> I'm guessing this would be better posted in the engine-drivers forum

>> since
>>> this appears to be related to a driver and the engine functionality.
>>>
>>> Good luck.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On 06/14/2011 12:06 PM, tse7147 wrote:
>>>>
>>>> We are watching some strange NMAS activity on the 4.0.1 Roles

>> driver
>>>> that is not occuring on any other driver.
>>>>
>>>> Here is a sample from DSTrace
>>>>
>>>> 13:20:59 4FBA1940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:21:00 4FBA1940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:21:00 4FBA1940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:21:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:21:00 4FCA2940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:21:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:22:00 4FBA1940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:22:00 4FBA1940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:22:00 4FBA1940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:22:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:22:00 4FCA2940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:22:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:22:59 4FCA2940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:23:00 4FCA2940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:23:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:23:00 4FBA1940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:23:00 4FBA1940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:23:00 4FBA1940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>> 13:24:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: Attempting to create key
>>>> 13:24:00 4FCA2940 Misc: Entry
>>>> .RoleResource4.DriverSet.IDM.DATACENTER.HNBVAULT.DEV_IDV. has an

>> Illegal
>>>> Attr Name: .nspmPasswordKey.[Attribute Definitions].[Schema Root].,
>>>> failed, illegal attribute (-608)
>>>> 13:24:00 4FCA2940 NMAS: ERROR: -608 Failed to get encryption key

>> for
>>>> CN=RoleResource4.CN=DriverSet.OU=IDM.OU=DATACENTER.O=HNBVAULT
>>>>
>>>> Happens once a minute. It looks like NMAS is attempting to create

>> an
>>>> nspmPasswordKey attribute where there is no class to support it on

>> the
>>>> driver object.
>>>>
>>>> Anybody have any idea what NMAS is trying to do here? And why on

>> this
>>>> driver and none of the others?
>>>>
>>>>
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>> Greetings,
>> I believe this is a known issue with the RRSD.
>>
>> --
>> Sincerely,
>> Steven Williams
>> IDM Senior Specialist
>> NetIQ Engineering

>
>

Greetings,
RRSD is the abbreviation for the Real name of the Roles Driver =>
"Role Resource Service Driver". This was known issue with the RRSD and
it has been fixed in 402. It is not possible to back port/patch this to
the prior versions of the product. You must upgrade to 402 to have this
fix (which includes deleting and re-creating the RRSD).



--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ


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