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RE: [SLE] Question on SuSE Linux 7.0 with Kernel 2.2.19-SMP, autofs4-4.0pre10-9
  • From: "Steven Wong" <steven.wong@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2001 17:32:29 -0700
  • Message-id: <NCBBJCCJHJLAJKIHMCBOIECKDKAA.steven.wong@xxxxxxxxxx>
The kernel is not self compiled. The kernel comes from a script that was
written by a SuSE Engineer to do the upgrade from 2.2.16 to 2.2.19.

Here is the result from the command you ask me to run.

mercury:~ # insmod autofs
Using /lib/modules/2.2.19-SMP/fs/autofs.o
insmod: a module named autofs already exists
mercury:~ # insmod autofs4
Using /lib/modules/2.2.19-SMP/fs/autofs4.o
/lib/modules/2.2.19-SMP/fs/autofs4.o: init_module: Device or resource busy
Hint: this error can be caused by incorrect module parameters, including
invalid IO or IRQ parameters
mercury:~ # lsmod
Module Size Used by
ipv6 102760 -1 (autoclean)
autofs 9872 8 (autoclean)
eepro100 17884 1 (autoclean)
memstat 1576 0 (unused)
serial 44404 0 (autoclean)
cpqarray 16368 6

could it be that I am trying to use autofs4 as the installed version, but
the kernel wants to use autofs version 3.

Steven

-----Original Message-----
From: Konstantin (Kastus) Shchuka [mailto:kastus@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2001 9:49 AM
To: suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [SLE] Question on SuSE Linux 7.0 with Kernel 2.2.19-SMP,
autofs4-4.0pre10-9


On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 01:32:55AM -0700, Steven Wong wrote:
> You are right I got this error when I ran depmod -a
>
> depmod: *** Unresolved symbols in /lib/modules/2.2.19-SMP/block/hsm.o
>
> What should I do.

Is it SuSE stock kernel or self-compiled one?

What comes if you do "insmod autofs" ? Can you see autofs module loaded
(with lsmod command)?

-Kastus

>
> Steven
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Konstantin (Kastus) Shchuka [mailto:kastus@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Sunday, August 26, 2001 10:11 PM
> To: suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [SLE] Question on SuSE Linux 7.0 with Kernel 2.2.19-SMP,
> autofs4-4.0pre10-9
>
>
> On Sun, Aug 26, 2001 at 08:43:01PM -0700, Steven Wong wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone can tell me what is wrong with thisLinux box.
> > We are running SuSE Linux 7.0 Kernel 2.2.19-SMP
> > running autofs version: autofs4-4.0.0pre10-9
> > Using NIS (domain appsdev)
> >
> > Here is my entry in /etc/auto.master
> > /net /etc/auto.net
> > /home /etc/auto.home
> > +auto.master
> >
> > and my entry in /etc/auto.home
> > applrt localhost:/d1/applrt
> > +auto.home
> >
> > /etc/auto.net is a built in script of the install -- did not touched it.
> >
> > This is the log when I start the autofs. At first when the system
> startup,
> > the autofs would not work on any of the maps, but after stopping it and
> > restarting it manually, all the maps work except for /home. Any help
will
> > be greatly apprecitaed.
>
> Looks like problem with kernel modules. Autofs is compiled as module
> in default SuSE kernel. If you are using stock SuSE kernel, try
> running depmod -a as root.
>
> -Kastus
>
> >
> > log from /var/log/messages
> > =========================================
> > Aug 25 21:02:21 mercury automount[13345]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /net, maptype = program, mapname = /etc/auto.net
> > Aug 25 21:02:21 mercury automount[13347]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /home, maptype = file, mapname = /etc/auto.home
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13345]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13345]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13347]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13347]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13460]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /nfs/private, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.private
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13462]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /nfs/roview, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.roview
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13465]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /nfs/group, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.group
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13468]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /nfs/floor, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.floor
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13471]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /netvobs, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.vobs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13475]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /home, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.home
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13473]: starting automounter version
> > 4.0.0, path = /netview, maptype = yp, mapname = auto.view
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13465]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13465]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13462]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13462]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13460]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13460]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13471]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13471]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13475]: cannot find autofs in kernel
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13475]: /home: mount failed!
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13473]: using kernel protocol version
3
> > Aug 25 21:02:22 mercury automount[13473]: using timeout 300 seconds;
freq
> 75
> > secs
> > ========================================================
> > Steven
> >
>
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