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nssmu was not found or you don't have rights to access it.

OOLIX01:/opt/novell/nss/sbin # nssmu
NSS Management Utility - ERROR Either the Admin volume was not found or you don't have rights to access it.


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/opt/novell/nss/sbin # ./startnss.bsh
modinfo: could not find module nwraid
ERROR: Cannot find nwraid.ko
.......... ABORTING ./startnss.bsh ..........
mknod: missing operand after `0'
Try `mknod --help' for more information.
chgrp: cannot access `/dev/zapi': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access `/dev/zapi': No such file or directory
NSS is NOT fully running!


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SLES 10 SP4 + OES 2 SP3 on VMWare Station.
Anyone can help?
Thanks.
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Re: nssmu was not found or you don't have rights to access it.

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Your title is a little misleading.... sure, you ran nssmu, but the error
says the 'Admin volume' was not found, not that nssmu was not found.

I'm not sure what is wrong by your description, so I'll ask some
questions that may help others identify the problem. Did this ever work
before? When did this happen and what changed before it happened? Do
other similar systems (test/qa/prod) work currently? nwraid.ko sounds
like a semi-important kernel module; is it installed? Is it loaded
(guessing it is not)?

Good luck.
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Re: nssmu was not found or you don't have rights to access i

hoiyi88;2184927 wrote:
OOLIX01:/opt/novell/nss/sbin # nssmu
NSS Management Utility - ERROR Either the Admin volume was not found or you don't have rights to access it.


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/opt/novell/nss/sbin # ./startnss.bsh
modinfo: could not find module nwraid
ERROR: Cannot find nwraid.ko
.......... ABORTING ./startnss.bsh ..........
mknod: missing operand after `0'
Try `mknod --help' for more information.
chgrp: cannot access `/dev/zapi': No such file or directory
chmod: cannot access `/dev/zapi': No such file or directory
NSS is NOT fully running!


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SLES 10 SP4 + OES 2 SP3 on VMWare Station.
Anyone can help?
Thanks.


Along with Aaron's comments, curious which kernel are you running? Did you by any change install the VMI kernel along with the SMP kernel?
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