secd.nametrans events

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secd.nameTrans.groupNotFound

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the group name cannot be resolved by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Corrective Action

If this is a Windows® name, make sure that the name exists in Active Directory. If this is a UNIX® name, make sure that it is in one of the configured ns-switch entities for the virtual server. Make sure that it was entered locally as a unix-group, in the Network Information Service (NIS) maps, or in the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) could not resolve the group name (%s) by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.
groupName (STRING): Name of the group that could not be converted to an ID.

secd.nameTrans.invalidConfig

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the name resolution configuration for the virtual server is not set up correctly.

Corrective Action

Consult the documentation and correct the ns-switch entry for the virtual server.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) has an incorrectly configured ns-switch. Check all of the virtual servers to ensure that the ns-switch has been configured correctly.

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.

secd.nameTrans.invalidUser

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the user name cannot be resolved by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Corrective Action

If this is a Windows® name, make sure the name exists in Active Directory. If this is a UNIX® name, make sure it is in one of the configured ns-switch entities for the virtual server. Make sure that the name was entered locally as a unix-user, in the Network Infomration Service (NIS) maps, or in the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) could not resovle user name (%s).

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.
userName (STRING): Name of the user that could not be converted to an ID.

secd.nameTrans.noNameMapping

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when no name mappings or default-users are defined to convert a Windows® name to a UNIX® name or a UNIX name to a Windows name.

Corrective Action

Make sure that a default Windows user is defined for the Network File System (NFS) configuration. Make sure that a default UNIX user is defined for the CIFS configuration. Decide to either to create one of the previously mentioned items, or create a mapping rule that maps the user or group in the correct direction.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) could not map name (%s). Reason: %s.

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.
userName (STRING): Name of the user that could not be converted to an ID.
attemptedMapping (STRING): Description of the specific error condition.

secd.nameTrans.unknownUser

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the user name cannot be resolved by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Corrective Action

If this is a Windows® name, make sure that the name exists in Active Directory. If this is a UNIX® name, make sure that it is in one of the configured ns-switch entities for the virtual server. Make sure that it was entered locally as a unix-user, in the Network Information Service (NIS) maps, or in the Lightweight Directory Access Protocool (LDAP) server.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) could not resolve the user name (%s) by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.
userName (STRING): Name of the user that could not be converted to an ID.

secd.nameTrans.userNotFound

Severity

ERROR

Description

This message occurs when the user name cannot be resolved by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Corrective Action

If this is a Windows® name, make sure that the name exists in Active Directory. If this is a UNIX® name, make sure it is in one of the configured ns-switch entities for the virtual server. Make sure that it was entered locally as a unix-user, in the Network Information Service (NIS) maps, or in the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) server.

Syslog Message

vserver (%s) could not resolve the user name (%s) by any of the entities in the ns-switch for the virtual server.

Parameters

vserverName (STRING): vserver associated with this operation.
userName (STRING): Name of the user that could not be converted to an ID.