[SunRay-Users] difficulty installing on RHEL4 AS u6

Doug Nordwall raleel at gmail.com
Tue Feb 12 17:38:32 EET 2008


shouldn't be, particularly since i could connect on that port. i'll check
again when i get back into work

On Feb 12, 2008 2:25 PM, Bob Doolittle <Robert.Doolittle at sun.com> wrote:

> Hmmm - what does admin.server.port say in /etc/opt/SUNWut/utadmin.conf?
>
> If it says "389" you had a conflict with the LDAP server default port.
> The default for SRSS should be 7012, but you shouldn't try to edit the
> file to correct that, you should utconfig -u; utconfig.
>
> -Bob
>
> Doug Nordwall wrote:
> > funny enough, i got it mostly working not long after this. i uninstalled
> > nss_ldap and ncsd and suddenly things started working...
> >
> > On Feb 12, 2008 11:32 AM, Bob Doolittle <Robert.Doolittle at sun.com>
> wrote:
> >
> >
> >> Can you verify that the utauthd and utdsd processes are both running?
> >> You can
> >> also do a sanity check:
> >>
> >> utauthd
> >> ---------
> >> % echo amstatus | /opt/SUNWut/lib/utnetpipe localhost 7010
> >> should return something like:
> >> starttime=1200941663
> >> desktops=6
> >>
> >> utdsd
> >> -------
> >> %  ldapsearch -p `nawk '/admin.server.port/{print $NF}' <
> >> /etc/opt/SUNWut/utadmin.conf` -b `nawk '/admin.subtree/{print $NF}' <
> >> /etc/opt/SUNWut/utadmin.conf` objectclass="*"
> >> should produce a lot of output
> >>
> >> If either of these is not running/sane, look in /var/opt/SUNWut/log
> files
> >> (particularly auth_log and messages) for errors, also
> /var/log/messages.
> >>
> >> -Bob
> >>
> >> Doug Nordwall wrote:
> >>
> >>> I've spent quite a few hours trying to get this to go correctly, and
> I'm
> >>> stumped. I've had a number of errors that I can't figure out
> >>> the first sign that something goes bad is in utconfig after i've done
> >>> utadmin -a eth1
> >>>
> >>> <snip>
> >>> Added 18 new LDAP entries.
> >>>
> >>> Creating Sun Ray Core Services Configuration ...
> >>> Adding user account for 'utwww' (ut admin web server user) ...done
> >>> Sun Ray Web Administration enabled to start at system boot.
> >>>
> >>> Unique "/etc/opt/SUNWut/gmSignature" has been generated.
> >>>
> >>> Restarting Sun Ray Data Store ...
> >>> Stopping Sun Ray Data Store daemon
> >>> Sun Ray Data Store daemon stopped
> >>> Starting Sun Ray Data Store daemon .
> >>> Tue Feb 12 09:17 : utdsd starting
> >>> Adding user admin ...
> >>> Failed to add user(s) to the list
> >>>
> >>> Creating new Sun Ray Kiosk Mode configuration ...
> >>>
> >>> Validating new user ids.
> >>> Validating new user accounts.
> >>> Creating kiosk group utkiosk
> >>> Configuring new kiosk user accounts:
> >>> .........................
> >>> 25 users configured
> >>> ERROR: Could not retrieve policy.
> >>> ERROR: Could not retrieve policy.
> >>> </end snip>
> >>>
> >>> this is rather frustrating, because this is after a utinstall -u
> >>>
> >> (uninstall)
> >>
> >>> and a purging of the directories left over. Can anyone give a hand?
> >>>
> >>> utfwsync also fails:
> >>> $utfwsync
> >>> Error: Could not get gstatus information from server wd32926-n
> >>> utfwsync: fatal, unable to determine the trusted host group
> >>>
> >>> obviously this is also failing.
> >>>
> >>> once I get the thing installed, the firmware fails to load
> (tftp-server
> >>>
> >> is
> >>
> >>> installed and the firmware is all there). error code 4g in a red bar
> on
> >>>
> >> the
> >>
> >>> OSD display. the firmware should be up to date, but it shouldn't fail
> to
> >>> bring up a desktop after that.
> >>>
> >>> I have the docs, I've read the docs, I've even installed this thing
> >>>
> >> before.
> >>
> >>> I cannot see why this is failing, and why it seems that ever single
> time
> >>>
> >> I
> >>
> >>> run the install, it bombs in some new way. I had a similar level of
> >>>
> >> crazy
> >>
> >>> things happen the last time I finally got it installed.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
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Doug Nordwall
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