On Fri, Mar 7, 2008 at 7:41 AM, Paul Van Der Zwan wrote:
> I only ran into it with the servers enabled at boot in the zones, disabling
> the servers seems
> to fix the problem.
> The sockets apparently only were created when the server was running. Even
> though I had
> the zones halted the lucreate process started them enough to have the server
> processes started.
> I did get an error message from lucreate that the zone copy in the new BE
> was not created
> correctly. If you don't get that error you are probably running into
> something else.
> The CR number is 2154382, it's an old one but has been bumped up to P1.
So it looks like that CR is definitely what I was running into. I see
from http://bugs.opensolaris.org/view_bug.do?bug_id=2154382 that this
has been fixed in Solaris 10 Update 5. Do you know if a patch will be
made for Solaris 10 Update 4?
I finally got a chance to retry the LU on my server yesterday 4/2. I
started with the lumake and this time I got the following error.
Copying root of zone <ldap-supplc>.
ERROR: Zone <ldap-supplc> in BE <sol10-2007-08>: cannot copy root
See </tmp/.lucopy.cpio_err.6730.ldap-supplc> for details.
Checking that error file I see the following.
cpio: Cannot open
"./root/var/Sun/mps/admin-serv/tmp/iwswatchdog.19207", skipped, errno
122, Operation not supported on transport endpoint
cpio: Cannot open "./root/var/Sun/mps/admin-serv/tmp/iwsadmin.19208",
skipped, errno 122, Operation not supported on transport endpoint
Sure enough these were sockets that were not cleaned up when I
shutdown Directory Server 5.2P4. So I went ahead and manully ran rm
on each socket file and tried lumake again. This time there were no
errors. I did luactivate and booted to the ABE with no problem and
the 2 zones started up fine.
I then went back to the BE and applied my patches with PCA (yes I know
PCA is not supported by Sun) with the following commands.
./pca -R /.alt.sol10p-20080402 --install
Another luactivate of the ABE followed by an init 6 and all seems to
be fine now. So, hopefully there will be a patch to cpio in the
future, or I'll just have to pay closer attention to those lingering
Thanks again to everyone's input and help. I really appreciate it.
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