Created attachment 524820 [details]
Description of problem:
All logins but root fail for system through the Gnome 3 login process.
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Steps to Reproduce:
All accounts except root have nfs automounted home directories and use NIS auto.home to find mapping. Attached /var/log/messages.log fragment with information about login.
Do the logins fails on virtual terminals too?
We can do ssh terminal logins, but have not been able to get tigervnc to work. We do not normally use vnc so we may not have it set up correctly but indicates it is not able to connect to port 111. Did check iptables and found no block there.
Just in case we did another test where we stopped autofs and nailed up the home directory mount. Tried another login and got as far as opening a Gnome terminal window before the something has gone wrong icon appeared and the session was over. Oddly after that we were not able to unmount the NFS share. At least it appeared to still be there but when we tried to list the contents of a tar file we got an error. Checked for processes accessing the mount with lsof and did not find any. Ended up rebooting to clear umount issue.
Just in case it would matter the; the NFS shared file system is xfs format from a Fedora 14 system and the client Fedora 16 is running ext4 for the root file system and mount point.
Installed the beta release of fedora 16. Still had login issue. Login seemed to get farther but hung. We did another check with the new install for selinux avc issues and found none. So we stopped autofs and nfs mounted the home directories. Then we tried another login which also failed, but this time we saw an avc logged against nfs access. We created a local selinux policy to allow the nfs access and were then able to login. We then unmounted the home directories and restarted autofs and did another login which also worked. So were going to close this call and open a new one against selinux once we can get the information. The new hardware we installed it on seems to have died.