What linux lacks most - a decent remote fs
ndbecker2 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 18:33:23 UTC 2008
Paul Johnson wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 12:27 PM, Neal Becker <ndbecker2 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Paul Johnson wrote:
>> > On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 8:09 AM, Dr. Michael J. Chudobiak
>> > OpenAFS
>> > http://www.openafs.org
>> > Does all this. Works great. Super stable. Server and client software
>> > for many platforms.
>> > pj
>> Is there an afs for fedora?
> Yes, there are RPMS for fedora on www.openafs.org. They also offer
> the SRPM file so you can build the kernel module for some other
> It works great here.
> Right now, the client I run some RPMS I built myself because I was
> testing the koji kernels, but I think the standard updated fedora
> would only need:
> i'll make these available to you if you want.
> I Will put in
> In these packages, I've hacked the site setup so that it works for my
> site. This way, I don't have to go around and customize all lab
> computers. If you look in the spec file, you'll see some stuff I put
> in there to set those values, you can fiddle for your purpose.
> We don't use the power that afs offers to link together all different
> universities and such, so I don't have that whole web of servers
> enabled. But you can. If you use the RPM from the openafs.org, it
> will be a stock installation.
> The openafs guys do have the spec file set up with a fedora option to
> build kernel module kmod-openafs package, but I've been using this so
> long that all our systems look for openafs-kernel and so I don't use
> the special fedora packaging.
Do I need to setup kerb first? Is there any quick guide to this?
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