Andrew Tridgell is a Canberra based free software developer.
hello Tridge’s Corner,
Sorry for sending this message directly to email.
It’s that she posted the list
“http://lists.samba.org/archive/samba-technical/2010-September/073344.html” infeslismente and had no recurrence. I need to solve this problem, with CTDB.
I am college students and computer network administrator at PUC -
Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais in Brazil:
I am developing a work of completion (monograph) in which my proposal is
to install the CTDB on Debian on 4 nodes. And I will use 15 machines to
testing environments and publish the results as compared with
monoprocessor environment that I have installed.
Please do help me with this problem, because I’m several weeks trying to
make the CTDB and I can not run, and depending on that work to
accomplish my thesis.
CTDB trouble configuring Debian 5.0 with samba 3.4.8.
Error 1: When attempting to start the /etc/init.d/ctdb start:
* Starting Clustered TDB ctdb failed!
* Checking status of Clustered TDB ctdb not running
Error 2: When you start Samba with /etc/init.d/ samba start:
* Starting Samba daemons: nmdb failed!
When requesting the status of samba:
connect (/tmp/ctdb.socket) failed: File or directory not found.
* Messaging_ctdb_init failed: NT_STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
Then the log daemon nmdb this way:
[9/15/2010 11:28:45, 1] lib/messages.c: 215 (messagin_init)
messaging_ctdb_init failed: NT_STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_NOT_FOUND
[9/15/2010 11:28:45, 0] nmbd/nmbd.c: 60 (nmbd_messaging_context) Could
not init nmbd messaging context.
As I understand it is not finding the file /tmp/ctdb.socket.
So I created the file with
# mkdir /tmp/ctdb.socket and applied permission chmod 777. Trying to
start the services ctdb and samba, it returned the same error messages.
The difference is that when checking
smbstatus it returns:
messaging_ctdb_init failed: NT_STATUUS_CONNECTION_REFUSED messaging_init
Thus my question is where the file ctdb.socket so I can change the
configuration file CTDB_SOCKET = tmp/ctdb.socket
>From the little I know, it is a socket then that would be created a
shortcut inside tmp/ctdb.socket. But I do not know where this shortcut
would point to.
Because I can not find ctdb.socket
and the command # locate ctdb.socket not found.
Again sorry to send this email directly
is that I’m desperate to do this work and got to a point that
I can no longer move.
Fábio Leandro R. Cordeiro
CRC – PUC Minas Guanhães
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