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Hi everybody,

as I see in this forum there are quite a lot of people asking about file
locks on NetWare 6.0 on NSS. This is not working and will not, that is the
answer from Novell about a week ago to us. I also found a post below about
hardlinks in NFS and Locks. As I read from the Mails Novell send us, they
are working on some patches for NFS on NW6.5. We have changed our enviroment
to NW6.0 some months ago and one of the targets was to let access our CATIA
V4 UNIX Stations the NFS Share on a Netware Cluster and let the CATIA V5 W2K
Stations access the same Share (Netware Client). We were very dissapointed
when we realized that the UNIX CATIA Stations canīt save any files to the
NFS Share. Even more bad the Flie LOCKS didnīt word. Answer from Novell was
to update all Cluster to NW 6.5.

We have now here a NW6.5 Server with an NFS Share. Everything seems to be
fine but when we try to save a file from the UNIX System to the NFS Share
via CATIA V4 we get the Error Access Memeber not found. On the Trace of XNFS
we have the Error Code:

100003.3.08 <CREATE> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 10004

(I paste the complete Trace bellow).

Do anybody know what the Error could mean or what the Errorcode 10004 mean?
We looked throught the Internet for some Information but we couldnīt find
anything about this Error :-(

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Bye
Michael

The complete Trace looks like this:

100021.4.04 <> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.18 <FS STAT> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.18 <FS STAT> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.01 <GET ATTR> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 0
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.03 <LOOKUP> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 2
100003.3.08 <CREATE> [TCP 10.2.100.94] RStatus 0 Accept 0 NFS 10004