Hi,

I added indexes for automountKey, and automountmapname yesterday in my test environment to see if that would speed the automounters up a bit, and now the automounters does not always work. They manage to look up the map, but not the keys in the map.


Restarting the automounter sometimes work for some maps, but then the other maps stop working.

Below is an example from the messages file when doing doing "ls /prog."

Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: lookup_mount: lookup(ldap): looking up nagios Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: find_dc_server: trying server uri ldap://ipa01.ix.test.com:389 Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: do_bind: lookup(ldap): auth_required: 2, sasl_mech GSSAPI Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: sasl_bind_mech: Attempting sasl bind with mechanism GSSAPI Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: getuser_func: called with context (nil), id 16385. Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: getuser_func: called with context (nil), id 16385. Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: sasl_bind_mech: sasl bind with mechanism GSSAPI succeeded Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: do_bind: lookup(ldap): autofs_sasl_bind returned 0 Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: connected to uri ldap://ipa01.ix.test.com:389 Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: lookup_one: lookup(ldap): searching for "(&(objectclass=automount)(|(automountKey=nagios)(automountKey=/)(automountKey=\2A)))" under "automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com" Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: lookup_one: lookup(ldap): getting first entry for automountKey="nagios" Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: lookup_one: lookup(ldap): got answer, but no entry for (&(objectclass=automount)(|(automountKey=nagios)(automountKey=/)(automountKey=\2A)))
Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: dev_ioctl_send_fail: token = 798
Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: failed to mount /prog/nagios
Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: handle_packet: type = 3
Sep 10 19:55:22 mordor automount[3041]: handle_packet_missing_indirect: token 799, name os, request pid 3233



All folders return like this:

ls: cannot access /prog/nagios: No such file or directory



The 389-ds access log looks like this:

[10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=1 BIND dn="" method=sasl version=3 mech=GSSAPI [10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=1 RESULT err=14 tag=97 nentries=0 etime=0, SASL bind in progress [10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=2 BIND dn="" method=sasl version=3 mech=GSSAPI [10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=2 RESULT err=0 tag=97 nentries=0 etime=0 dn="fqdn=mordor.ix.test.com,cn=computers,cn=accounts,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com" [10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=3 SRCH base="automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com" scope=2 filter="(&(objectClass=automount)(|(automountKey=utils)(automountKey=/)(automountKey=\2a)))" attrs="automountKey automountInformation" [10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=3 RESULT err=0 tag=101 nentries=0 etime=0
[10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=4 UNBIND
[10/Sep/2012:19:59:47 +0200] conn=1821 op=4 fd=86 closed - U1


Running the query manually return:

~$ ldapsearch -YGSSAPI -b automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com '(&(objectClass=automount)(|(automountKey=utils)(automountKey=/)(automountKey=\2a)))'
SASL/GSSAPI authentication started
SASL username: u...@ix.test.com
SASL SSF: 56
SASL data security layer installed.
# extended LDIF
#
# LDAPv3
# base <automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com> with scope subtree # filter: (&(objectClass=automount)(|(automountKey=utils)(automountKey=/)(automountKey=\2a)))
# requesting: ALL
#

# search result
search: 4
result: 0 Success

# numResponses: 1



Running this search without any filter returns:
$ ldapsearch -YGSSAPI -b automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com

<lot of stuff cut away>

# utils -vers\3D3\2Csec\3Dsys filer01:/volumes/p00/prog/utils, auto_prog,
  svg1, automount, ix.test.com
dn: description=utils -vers\3D3\2Csec\3Dsys filer01:/volumes/p00/prog/util
 s,automountmapname=auto_prog,cn=svg1,cn=automount,dc=ix,dc=test,dc=com
description: utils -vers=3,sec=sys filer01:/volumes/p00/prog/utils
automountInformation: -vers=3,sec=sys filer01:/volumes/p00/prog/utils
automountKey: utils
objectClass: automount
objectClass: top

<lot of stuff cut away>

The two indexes I created are these:

# automountkey, index, userRoot, ldbm database, plugins, config
dn: cn=automountkey,cn=index,cn=userRoot,cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=config
cn: automountkey
objectClass: top
objectClass: nsIndex
nsSystemIndex: false
nsIndexType: eq

# automountmapname, index, userRoot, ldbm database, plugins, config
dn: cn=automountmapname,cn=index,cn=userRoot,cn=ldbm database,cn=plugins,cn=co
 nfig
cn: automountmapname
objectClass: top
objectClass: nsIndex
nsSystemIndex: false
nsIndexType: eq

And then I ran at these commands:
# /var/lib/dirsrv/scripts-IX-TEST-COM/db2index.pl -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w - -n userroot -t automountmapname:eq -v # /var/lib/dirsrv/scripts-IX-TEST-COM/db2index.pl -D "cn=Directory Manager" -w - -n userroot -t automountkey:eq -v

What is going on?



Regards,
Siggi

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