[HCoop-Help] "aklog: can't get afs configuration"

Davor Ocelic docelic at hcoop.net
Sat Apr 4 09:36:11 EDT 2009

On Sat, 4 Apr 2009 15:21:46 +0200
Zrajm C Akfohg <zrajmc at gmail.com> wrote:
> So I can get an afs token when initially running kinit, if I
> understand this right

Klist displays kerberos tickets. I don't see a -T option my
klist, but basically seeing afs there doesn't mean you 
have an AFS token yet. (It only means you have the kerberos
ticket for the AFS service, which is the starting point for
obtaining AFS token ;-).

> (and if I didn't I assume I would be totally
> unable to write anything to the filesystem on hcoop)?

Yes. As a test, go to /afs/.hcoop.net/user/z/zr/zrajmc/ and
try writing a file there. If it works -- all good.

If not, then like we said- you need an AFS token.

Maybe you have just somehow misconfigured the domain aklog
tries to operate on.

So try aklogging with aklog -c hcoop.net

> P.S. Sorry if I appear dense, but I'm completely new to this
> kerberos/afs stuff. Many thanx for your advice and patience. It is
> very much appreciated.

No problem at all; hcoop-help is the list created
specifically for this.


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