[OpenAFS] fs setacl

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
20 May 2002 20:14:56 -0400

You say you have a root.cell volume, but do you have a 'root.afs'
volume?  It is root.afs that gets mounted on /afs.


Mike Aldrich <maldrich@reserveamerica.com> writes:

> Hi,
> I'm setting up a test AFS network. Installing the first server machine (RH 
> 7.1, OpenAFS 1.2.3 RPM's, not source), I'm trying to set the ACL on /afs (fs 
> setacl /afs system:anyuser rl). I get the error:
> fs: Invalid argument; It is possible /afs is not in AFS. 
> I have the root.cell already created. admin user is all set. *server processes 
> are all running. CellServDB & ThisCell files are correct. I can't get /afs to 
> mount at boot time. 
> Mike
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