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can't delete orphan NSS POOL

Hello,

My system is hosted on vmware
running SLES10.3 SP3 with OES2SP2a
i was trying to had nss volume without reebot a server.
but in a moment, i've deleted hard disk on VM.

and now, i've got an orphan pool whitout volume!
no object in eDirectory
I can't delete it with nssmu/imanager

idea to fix my problem ?

thanks
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Let me check. I've run into this before with a test server I was working on.
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Okay, since you have no eDirectory object, you can edit the /etc/fstab and remove the line that references the:
/media/nss/VOLUME

that you accidentally deleted.

Then reboot the server. Just make sure that the volume object in eDirectory is gone as well IF you are going to attempt to re-create it again. Sometimes nssmu gets cranky if the object is already there.
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Hello
Just to tell you that i solved my problem
in fact, i had -601 error at pool creation because of this Novell Documentation
so i create nssAdmin user and everything works thine.
my server come from a NW6.5 SP8 migration. maybe a bug during migration.
thanks for help
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