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Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Hi

I am receiveing below messages intermitently.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:39 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:wafl.vol.file.guarantee.replica:info]: Space for replica volume 'odp' is not guaranteed. Please change the guarantee option to 'volume' or 'none'.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:44 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.activateEntries:info]: CIFS: Activating CIFS home directory paths: attempt to re-integrate any CIFS home directory paths that reside on enabled volume.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:44 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.badEntry:error]: CIFS: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths. Homedir path doesn't exist, discarding this entry.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:44 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.activateEntries:info]: CIFS: Activating CIFS home directory paths: Although invalid or duplicate homedir path entries were detected, some homedir paths have been successfully made available.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:48 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.activateEntries:info]: CIFS: Activating CIFS home directory paths: attempt to re-integrate any CIFS home directory paths that reside on enabled volume.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:48 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.badEntry:error]: CIFS: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths. Homedir path doesn't exist, discarding this entry.

Tue Jan 21 07:11:48 CET [FRAKBPOSAN01:cifs.homedir.activateEntries:info]: CIFS: Activating CIFS home directory paths: Although invalid or duplicate homedir path entries were detected, some homedir paths have been successfully made available.

Checked cifs share status, everything working fine. What could be the issue ? Can anyone tell me

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Shailesh -

Auto home dir mapping automagicly maps a user to a share for their home directory.

See the /etc/cifs_homedir.cfg file for a vol0 entry.

There's also the 'cfis homedir' command.

See also the File Access and Protocols Management Guide documentation.

I hope this response has been helpful to you.

At your service,

Eugene E. Kashpureff

Senior Consultant, K&H Research http://www.khresear.ch/

Senior Instructor, Unitek Education http://www.unitek.com/training/netapp/

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Current status

FRAKBPOSAN01> cifs homedir

/vol/SWLibrary

/vol/SWLibrary/SWLibrary

/vol/vol0

FRATBPOSAN01*> cifs homedir

/vol/vol0

With Sincere Regards,

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

But, still we receive errors messages as previous

Not sure what is the actual cause or there is some bug which hits

From: Vaidya, Shailesh

Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 1:29 PM

To: 'jive-1096321379-25hy-2-2rgh@communities.netapp.com'

Subject: RE: - Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Current status

FRAKBPOSAN01> cifs homedir

/vol/SWLibrary

/vol/SWLibrary/SWLibrary

/vol/vol0

FRATBPOSAN01*> cifs homedir

/vol/vol0

With Sincere Regards,

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Shailesh -

The error sez 'Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths. Homedir path doesn't exist, discarding this entry.'

rdfile /etc/cifs_homedir.cfg

Look for an entry of /vol/vol0/vol, and remove it.

Best practice - I wouldn't keep any home dirs on vol0, though there is a default cifs share there.

I usually tell students to remove it right after cifs setup.

I hope this response has been helpful to you.

At your service,

Eugene E. Kashpureff

Senior Consultant, K&H Research http://www.khresear.ch/

Senior Instructor, Unitek Education http://www.unitek.com/training/netapp/

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

PFA the output of /etc/cifs homedir.cfg

What action I need to do ?

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

No entry found as of /etc/vol0/vol

Please find below output of cfg file

#

  1. This file contains the path(s) used by the filer to determine if a

  2. CIFS user has a home directory. See the System Administrator's Guide

  3. for a full description of this file and a full description of the

  4. CIFS homedir feature.

#

  1. There is a limit to the number of paths that may be specified.

  2. Currently that limit is 1000.

  3. Paths must be entered one per line.

#

  1. After editing this file, use the console command "cifs homedir load"

  2. to make the filer process the entries in this file.

#

  1. Note that the "#" character is valid in a CIFS directory name.

  2. Therefore the "#" character is only treated as a comment in this

  3. file if it is in the first column.

#

  1. Two example path entries are given below.

  2. /vol/vol0/users1

  3. /vol/vol1/users2

#

#

/vol

#/vol/SWLibrary

#/vol/SWLibrary/SWLibrary

/

From: Vaidya, Shailesh

Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 1:49 PM

To: 'jive-1096321379-25hy-2-2rgj@communities.netapp.com'

Subject: RE: - Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

PFA the output of /etc/cifs homedir.cfg

What action I need to do ?

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Shailesh -

I didn't see any attached /etc/cifs homedir.cfg.

Copy and paste ?

I hope this response has been helpful to you.

At your service,

Eugene E. Kashpureff

Senior Consultant, K&H Research http://www.khresear.ch/

Senior Instructor, Unitek Education http://www.unitek.com/training/netapp/

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Shailesh -

It's the entry for /vol in the file that's causing your troubles, I think.

All the rest of it is the standard default file, though every line should be commented out with a # char.

I hope this response has been helpful to you.

At your service,

Eugene E. Kashpureff

Senior Consultant, K&H Research http://www.khresear.ch/

Senior Instructor, Unitek Education http://www.unitek.com/training/netapp/

Re: Bad entry /vol/vol0/vol while processing home directory paths

Hi,

What is the impact if I commented the line

§ /vol ?