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How To Fix Error Group Is Not In The Vobs Group List
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group list 1257886 Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) This technote cleartool protectvob explains why attempts to run the IBM Rational ClearCase relocate command results in the error Can't create object with group that is not in the VOBs group list. Cause One or more of the elements being relocated from the Source VOB is owned by a group that is not represented in the VOBs group list of the Destination VOB. Review technote 1132158 for more information about the Primary Group requirements for element creation. Resolving the problem Find and reprotect to elements in the Source VOB so that relocate can move them into the destination VOB. Issue the following command to locate and reprotect the elements in the VOB with the problematic group: Microsoft Windows: cleartool find -all -group
CLEARCASEPRIMARYGROUP; CLEARCASE PRIMARY GROUP; 1132158 Technote (FAQ) Question What is the difference in behavior on Microsoft Windows, Linux, and UNIX concerning the IBM Rational ClearCase Primary Group requirements as it relates to element creation? Answer The mkelem command has different Primary Group requirements on Windows and UNIX/Linux. UNIX/Linux: In order to create an element in a VOB, your Primary Group must http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21257886 match a group in the VOB's group list. WINDOWS: As long as you "are a member of" a group in the VOB's group list and the parent directory where the element will be created is owned by the group to which you are a member, you will be able to http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21132158 create elements in the VOB. If, however, you are a member of more than one of the VOB's groups, the CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP will need to be set to one of these. See technote 1135509 for more information about the CLEARCASE_PRIMARY_GROUP variable. Below are examples showing this difference. UNIX/Linux: %> cleartool describe vob:/vobs/protect versioned object base "/vobs/protect" created 09-Jan-03.16:31:47 by vobadm (vobadm.group1@UNIX-host) VOB family feature level: 3 VOB storage host:pathname "UNIX-host:/export/home/user1/vobstore/protect.vbs" VOB storage global pathname "/net/UNIX-host/export/home/user1/vobstore/protect.vbs" database schema version: 54 VOB ownership: owner atria.com/vobadm group atria.com/group2 Attributes: FeatureLevel = 3 UNIX-host% id -a uid=22319(user1) gid=20(group1)groups=20(group1),2(group2) Note: User1 is a member of both group1 and group2, and the Primary Group of user1 is set to group1. The VOB, however, is owned by group2. %>/usr/atria/etc/utils/credmap UNIX-host Identity on local system: User: atria.com/user1 (UNIX:UID-22319) Primary group: atria.com/group1 (UNIX:GID-20) Groups: (1) atria.com/group2 (UNIX:GID-2) Identity on host "UNIX-host": User SID: UNIX:UID-22319 Primary group SID: UNIX:G
-add_group; add group; protections; access; additional; groups; more groups; multiple groups; group access; 1147137; additional groups Technote (FAQ) Question How can I add (or remove) additional groups to the IBM Rational ClearCase VOB's groups list, http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21147137 do these groups have the same access rights to the VOB as its primary group, and how many additional groups are permitted on Microsoft Windows, UNIX or Linux? Answer All VOBs have a primary group that is set per the account that is used to create it, and, by default, this is the only group in the VOB's group list. We recommend that a ClearCase user's group, such as ccase_users or ccusers, be created error group and maintained in the environment for users that will access the repository. There are no specifications for the naming of the group, it just serves to maintain access control to VOB objects. Note: On Windows, there is a privileged group (by default, it is named clearcase), which is a group granted special rights for working in the application and with the databases, see technote 1146253 for more details. On UNIX and Linux, the root account error group is serves the equivalent purpose as this group (does on Windows). The account used to create the VOB should be a member of the ClearCase user's group and it should be set as the primary group. For details on setting this group as the primary group of a user account, refer to technote 1135509. Note: To determine the primary group of a user account, from a host with Rational ClearCase installed, you can use the creds utility as detailed in technote 1221403. The following information provides details related to putting more groups in the group list of a VOB. Overview of cleartool protectvob Restrictions for running cleartool protectvob Adding Groups to a VOB group list Removing Groups from the VOB group list Number of Additional Groups is Limited Overview of cleartool protectvob You can put an additional group in the VOB's group list using cleartool protectvob -add_group, and remove it using cleartool protectvob -delete_group. After adding the group, it will now have the same access rights and abilities granted to the VOB's primary (or owning) group. However, this does not mean that the group will have full access to the elements in the VOB. There is a distinction between VOB protections and element protections, which is discussed in this technote. The cleartool protectvob command changes owner or groups of a VOB. Adding a grou
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