[pve-devel] cfs-locked 'authkey' operation: pve cluster filesystem not online

Dietmar Maurer dietmar at proxmox.com
Mon May 24 09:45:15 CEST 2021


Hi Julien,


> Hello to all.
> 
> I have the plan to implement the SSO authentication feature with the SAML protocol.
> However, I have an error that prevents me from validating the authentication process.
> It is about the locks.
> The first step is to store the request_saml_id. If I try to create a file by your libraries, I get an 500 error with msg:
> error during cfs-locked \'file-request_tmp\' operation: pve cluster filesystem not online /etc/pve/priv/lock.

Your cluster fs is not working (pmxcfs). See you run on a broken installation.

> https://github.com/jbsky/proxmox-saml2-auth/commit/d75dc621aae719c8fdd251859af9641cda0e526b
> Ok, I can make a temp workaround.
> 
> 2nd step :
> When I try to create a ticket with the function create_ticket in package PVE::API2::AccessControl;
> I've got this error :
> authentication failure; rhost=127.0.0.1 user=admin at DOM msg=error during cfs-locked 'authkey' operation: pve cluster filesystem not online /etc/pve/priv/lock

Again, the pmxcfs is not online.

> src : https://github.com/jbsky/proxmox-saml2-auth/commit/93b02727d2e172968c14c4ce3a7c27e8d5c0feb0
> 
> I have really bad luck with these locks!
> Can you help me to understand the prerequisites to make the lock work?

You need a working PVE installation before doing any API calls...




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