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Can not create directory use nfs3 share.

 
tongrenyuan
Advisor

Can not create directory use nfs3 share.

HI,

I am on 8.4 update1000 IA64 openVMS. Now I can mount  NFS share on the NETAPP fas3040a . Create files is ok ,but when i try to create directory it fails with following error:

$ tcpip set host fas3040a/addr=129.115.59.183

$ tcpip add proxy system /uid=0 /gid=0 /host=fas3040a
$ tcpip show proxy

VMS User_name Type User_ID Group_ID Host_name

SYSTEM OND 0 0 FAS3040A

$ tcpip
TCPIP> mount dnfs0: /host="fas3040a" /path="/openvms" /uid=0 /gid=0
%TCPIP$DNFSMOUNT-S-MOUNTED, /openvms mounted on _DNFS6:[000000]
TCPIP> exit
$ set default _DNFS6:[000000]
$ create ccccccc
zdf
sd
*EXIT*
$ create/dir [ddddd]
%CREATE-E-DIRNOTCRE, [DDDDD] directory file not created
-SYSTEM-F-BUGCHECK, internal consistency failure

 

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tongrenyuan
Advisor

Re: Can not create directory use nfs3 share.

From the tcpdump information, when I create file ,the uid and gid is right :uid=0 gid=0

but when I create dir,the uid =488 /gid=0? what is the meaning ?  

 

Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: Can not create directory use nfs3 share.

> I am on 8.4 update1000 IA64 openVMS.

      tcpip show version

> $ create/dir [ddddd]
> %CREATE-E-DIRNOTCRE, [DDDDD] directory file not created
> -SYSTEM-F-BUGCHECK, internal consistency failure

   Sounds to me like a bug.

      help /message /facility = SYSTEM BUGCHECK

> but when I create dir,the uid =488 /gid=0? what is the meaning ?  

   I don't know.  Does 488 mean anything to you, or does it look like a
random number?

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Volker Halle
Honored Contributor

Re: Can not create directory use nfs3 share.

This is probably a bug on the TCPIP NFS client software.

Try TCPIP SHOW VERS/ALL and report the TCPIP version and the Network File System images versions.

Volker.