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YAST NSS install error

Hi there,

We're trying to setup a OES Linux cluster in an existing eDir8.7.3 Tree.

NSS configuration in YAST endsup in a 'NSS Admin install failed creating
eDirectory objects' error.
Executing 'nssAdminInstall -a admin.org -p passwd -o
lvm-apl1admin.services.org' comes back with a 'Error 6f installing
nssAdmin' error.

'nssAdminInstall -u' displays
'Warning: Upgrading NSSAdmin object - No database found to upgrade.
No NSS Admin object was upgraded, status=c209.'

LUM is configured and working. TIDs, Google and past forum posts couldn't
help me out.

Anyone around that can point me to a possible solution?

Regards, Martijn
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YAST NSS install error

/var/log/messages show the following error after the YAST configuration:

'Jan 17 14:23:26 lvm-apl1 nssAdminInstall: nssAdminInstall error 111
during referral setup'

rgrds, martijn


> Hi there,
>
> We're trying to setup a OES Linux cluster in an existing eDir8.7.3

Tree.
>
> NSS configuration in YAST endsup in a 'NSS Admin install failed

creating
> eDirectory objects' error.
> Executing 'nssAdminInstall -a admin.org -p passwd -o
> lvm-apl1admin.services.org' comes back with a 'Error 6f installing
> nssAdmin' error.
>
> 'nssAdminInstall -u' displays
> 'Warning: Upgrading NSSAdmin object - No database found to upgrade.
> No NSS Admin object was upgraded, status=c209.'
>
> LUM is configured and working. TIDs, Google and past forum posts

couldn't
> help me out.
>
> Anyone around that can point me to a possible solution?
>
> Regards, Martijn


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Re: YAST NSS install error

On Wed, 17 Jan 2007 21:04:04 +0000, martijn wrote:

> /var/log/messages show the following error after the YAST configuration:
>
> 'Jan 17 14:23:26 lvm-apl1 nssAdminInstall: nssAdminInstall error 111
> during referral setup'


The nssadmin user must be unique per server. Check to make sure the user
doesn't already exist...

--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp

One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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Betr.: Re: YAST NSS install error


The nssadmin user does not exist in eDirectory. NSS setup cannot create the
object in eDirectory. NSS default volume objects (SYS, ADMIN) are also not
created because of the fact that no nssadmin user exists.

The OES Linux server has a replica of the container (SERVICES.ORG) where it
is installed and LUM works as supposed.

Rgrds, Martijn



>>> Op 17-1-2007 om 23:43 is in bericht

<pan.2007.01.17.22.43.35.157856@no.spam.please.nds8.co.uk> door Mark
Robinson<mark.robinson@no.spam.please.nds8.co.uk> geschreven:

> The nssadmin user must be unique per server. Check to make sure the
> user
> doesn't already exist...

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Re: Betr.: Re: YAST NSS install error

On Thu, 18 Jan 2007 09:54:47 +0000, Martijn Pepping wrote:

>
> The nssadmin user does not exist in eDirectory. NSS setup cannot create
> the object in eDirectory. NSS default volume objects (SYS, ADMIN) are also
> not created because of the fact that no nssadmin user exists.
>
> The OES Linux server has a replica of the container (SERVICES.ORG) where
> it is installed and LUM works as supposed.


Hmm, you're going to need to fix the issue because the nssadmin user is
required for nss to work properly. What error message do you get? When
you configure nss?


--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp

One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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