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NetApp; EMC; Auspex; File Server; 1127190 Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) This
technote explains why the error Versioned object base is not lock on versioned object base on local host might occur while reformatting an IBM Rational ClearCase VOB whose storage resides on a NAS server. Symptom Attempts to perform a cleartool reformatvob where the VOB storage resides on a NAS Filer results in the following error: % cleartool reformatvob /vobs/nasvobstg/NAS.vbs cleartool: Error: Versioned object base is not on local host. Cause The cause of this error relates to improper reformatvob syntax. The reformatvob command is run from the VOB server; however, the VOB is stored on a different host (NAS server); thus the error reports correctly that the VOB is not on the local host. Resolving the problem The proper way to run the reformatvob command for a VOB that is stored on a NAS server is to use the -host and -hpath options with the reformatvob command. Usage: reformatvob [-dump | -load] [-rm] [-force] [-host hostname -hpath host-stg-pname] vob-storage-pname For example: cleartool reformatvob -host
Error; Unable to find replica in registry for VOB with object ID; Unable to locate versioned object base with object id; Unable to search for process guards; Unable to unlock versioned object base; checkvob; checkvob -hlinks; admin vob; 1238708; CLEARCASE_PROCFLAGS; lock; Unable to lock versioned object base Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) This technote explains why an IBM Rational ClearCase VOB that has been moved from one server to another has problems being locked or unlocked on Microsoft Windows, UNIX or Linux. Symptom After moving a VOB to a new server, attempts to unlock the VOB result http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21127190 in the following error message: %>cleartool unlock vob:\Test cleartool: Error: Unable to find replica in registry for VOB with object ID:"784756ff.a1034a36.91b9.8a:36:35:a8:de:0b" cleartool: Error: Unable to locate versioned object base with object id: "784756ff.a1034a36.91b9.8a:36:35:a8:de:0b". cleartool: Error: Unable to search for process guards cleartool: Error: Unable to unlock versioned object base "\Test". An attempt to lock the VOB would result in the same error as above, except the last http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21238708 line would appear as follows: cleartool: Error: Unable to lock versioned object base "\Test". Note: The VOB can be a base ClearCase VOB or AdminVOB or a UCM Component VOB or UCM PVOB. Cause The VOB that was moved has an AdminVOB hyperlink. The Admin VOB is not or not yet available in the new environment. The command cleartool checkvob -hlinks can confirm this: %>cleartool checkvob -hlinks vob:\Test Unable to determine if the following hyperlink is intact. AdminVOB@42@\Test vob:\Test ->
the VOB or VOB objects ClearCase; VOB; Windows; 2003.06.00; 2003.06.12; 2003.06.13; 2003.06.14; 2003.06.15; 2003.06.16; 7.0; 22.214.171.124; 7.0.1; 1264867 Preventive Service Planning Abstract This technote provides http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21264867 you with information about IBM Rational ClearCase and discusses the problems that http://ejostrander.com/cc_errors.html arise when the ClearCase Administrators group owns the VOB or VOB data (elements, metadata) on Microsoft Windows. Content Introduction How ClearCase objects get set to the ClearCase Admin Group Impact How to fix the problem Documentation Links INTRODUCTION When a VOB or objects contained within a VOB (elements and metadata) are versioned object owned by the ClearCase Administrators group, this will most certainly result in permissions errors whenever an operation is performed against that object by a non-Admin user. Since the administrators group by default has access to all ClearCase objects, it is not necessary to explicitly add that group and should be avoided. If as an Administrator you need to ensure that you authenticate as a versioned object base ClearCase administrator, you can set the CLEARCASE_GROUPS variable to include the ClearCase Administrators group and set the CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP to the ClearCase users group. Review technote 1124574 for more information about the CLEARCASE_GROUPS variable. Review technote 1135509 for more information about the CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP variable. Do not add all users to the privileged group in an attempt to provide them access to the misprotected objects as this will pose a security risk since all those users would then be considered ClearCase admins. Instead you should reprotect the objects to the proper group (preferably a ClearCase users group) which the users are all a member of and which is a group that owns the VOB and all VOB objects. Review the ClearCase Command Reference Guide on the topic of permissions (cleartool man permissions) for more information. Back to top HOW CLEARCASE OBJECTS GET SET TO THE CLEARCASE ADMIN GROUP So, how does the administrators group get mistakenly assigned to a VOB or VOB object (or even a view)? This can occur in a case where a user is a member of the administrators group and their Windows domain account has the users pri
The listed cause is just the one that caused it when I made the record. In addition, the solutions may not be the only solution, but the one that was used at the time. A good reference for VOB database troubleshooting can be found at: http://www.abs-consulting.com/ftp/PAPERS/vob_db_sg.pdf Errors cleartool: Error: Not an object in a vob: "filename". No permission to perform operation Warning: VOB is unavailable Cannot create ... permission denied. cleartool: Error: Unable to update view "view-tag": Permission denied. Unable to access \\server\path\vob.vbs; Invalid argument. Unable to unmount: Resource device (Device busy) umount: vob-tag busy Unable to map drive [X]; Error 86 Unable to map drive [X]; Error 85 Unable to access \\server\path\vob.vbs; Error 26 Could not connect [X:] to [\\server\path\vob.vbs] - error 5 Access denied error HCLNFSD/PCNFSD Error Cannot run regedit rcmd: socket: permission denied The VOB storage directory "X:\\server\path\vob.vbs" was not found. cleartool: Error: The VOB storage directory "VOB-storage" was not found. cleartool: Error: Could not register gpath in the prefix map. Unable to open file "/tmp9999.pmt": permission denied ClearCase albd service did not start. Error 1069 - The service did not start due to logon failure. cleartool: Error: Pathname is not within a VOB: "." element [checkedout but removed] The path \DEVICE\...\...\.s\filename does not exist. mvfs: ERROR: ... view needs reformat mvfs: ERROR: VIEW = view-tag VOB = vob-tag - ClearCase view error mvfs: ERROR: view=view-tag vob=vob-tag - ClearCase vob error Can't get primary GID Attempt to get location information failed: Invalid argument. clearimport: Error: Permission denied. Not VOB owner. Type manager "text_file_delta" failed create_version operation. element [eclipsed] Could not find ".\lost+found" in directory hash table. The mount-over directory "..." was not found. ClearCase DynamicNo related pages.
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