[OpenAFS] /afs directory not updated on client-side, Debian sid

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
01 May 2002 18:19:34 -0400

This seems to imply that root.afs doesn't exist in your cell,
or your client could not find it, or your AFS server is down.

You need to get your AFS Server running before you start your


Michael Janssen (CS/MATH stud.) <janssen@henon.cns.uni.edu> writes:

> In Derek Atkins's email, 01-05-2002:
> > Did you try running a few cache manager checks on your client:
> >         fs checkb
> >         fs checkv
> > 
> > -derek
> When I got in today, I tried to do just that, but now I find that
> openafs-client can't even mount AFS when the machines are started
> again.  I had to hard-reboot the server due to some APM problems, I
> suspect, this morning.  
> The client has similar issues on a non-server machine.  
> I get 
> afsd: Can't mount AFS on /afs(22)
> and when I try to stop the client (via 
> /etc/init.d/openafs-client stop)  I get a kernel panic :(
> -- 
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