Coda File System

Re: Venus Crash

From: Jan Harkes <>
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 11:24:05 -0500
On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 07:01:41PM +0100, wrote:
> 17:03:29 Reintegrate: src, 100/4331 records, result = SUCCESS
> 17:03:29 Checkpointing src
> 17:03:29 to /usr/coda/spool/0/
> 17:03:29 and /usr/coda/spool/0/
> 17:04:05 Reintegrate: src, 100/4231 records, result = Permission denied

Reintegration failed because your Coda user-id wasn't allowed to perform
some operation. Possibly they were accepted in (write-)disconnected mode
by the client because the local userid was 'root', but the server
doesn't care who you are locally on the client and only accepts changes
when your Coda userid actually has sufficient rights to perform the

> 17:04:05 fatal error -- cmlent::thread: can't find (50369288.7f000001.7e1.faa)

I did seen this error recently as well. It seems to be something new,
but I don't know yet what causes it.

> 17:04:07 RecovTerminate: clean shutdown
> Assertion failed: 0, file "", line 2470
> Sleeping forever.  You may use gdb to attach to process 15991.

I'm afraid that something must have gone wrong in the Coda client. You
will have to reinitialize to get back to a sane state, but the changed
files can all be recovered from /usr/coda/spool/0/
Directory metadata operations are in the file, so that
would list any removed or renamed files.

Received on 2004-01-05 11:26:03