Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 91467
ncpmount gives "ncpmount: No referrals (-634) in nds login" when trying to mount server volumes
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:06:53 EST
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Description of problem:
We get this error when trying to mount netware server volumes (5.x and 6):
"ncpmount: No referrals (-634) in nds login"
We have other systems running ncpfs-220.127.116.11-3 under several versions of Redhat 7.x that mount these servers fine.
Here is an example of the mount:
[root@rh1 root]# ncpmount -S SHARE -U cyclist.c.employee.clemsonu -A share.clemson.edu /mnt/barry/
Logging into SHARE as CYCLIST.C.EMPLOYEE.CLEMSONU
ncpmount: No referrals (-634) in nds login
From what we can tell, it appears that this problem is somehow related to NDS replicas and the mechanism for referring the client to servers that have replicas.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create a mount point to mount the server and it's volumes on
2. issue the ncpmount command:
ncpmount -S SHARE -U cyclist.c.employee.clemsonu -V SHARE -A share.clemson.edu /mnt/barry
Actual Results: ncpmount: No referrals (-634) in nds login
Expected Results: no text response, the volume should be mounted in /mnt/barry
This mount point, server, and login credentials works fine on servers running ncpfs-18.104.22.168-3
This has been resolved in RHEL3, in that npcfs has been removed.
It is not expected to be resolved in any upcoming errata for 2.1.