[OpenAFS] Redundancy please, the last steps!

John Koyle jkoyle@rfpdepot.com
Tue, 27 Jul 2004 08:45:10 -0600

There are debian 3.0 packages available.  From


To install, add the following two lines to /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb http://www.openafs.org/dl/openafs/1.2.11 debian-3.0/
deb-src http://www.openafs.org/dl/openafs/1.2.11 debian-3.0/

Then apt-get update; apt-get upgrade


Sensei wrote:

>I use debian stable packages, and unfortunately is't a version prior to
>plm:~# apt-cache show openafs-fileserver
>Package: openafs-fileserver
>Priority: optional
>Section: net
>Installed-Size: 1148
>Maintainer: Sam Hartman <hartmans@debian.org>
>Architecture: i386
>Source: openafs
>Version: 1.2.3final2-6
>Depends: libc6 (>= 2.2.4-4), debconf, openafs-client (= 1.2.3final2-6)
>Recommends: ntp
>Filename: pool/main/o/openafs/openafs-fileserver_1.2.3final2-6_i386.deb
>Size: 442334
>MD5sum: 426ab449fee8b0de03b310ba24e4100e
>Description: The AFS distributed filesystem- file server
> AFS is a distributed filesystem allowing cross-platform sharing of
> files among multiple computers.  Facilities are provided for access
> control, authentication, backup and administrative management.
> .
> This package provides the AFS fileserver binaries.  It should be
> installed on any machine that will export files into AFS.
>The time sync is done over two ntp server (backup and slave) with a
>hourly cron job (ntpdate), both of them keeping the real time over a
>public time server (ntp.ien.it). The authentication is done over two
>kdc, and ldap (for homes, groups, ...) is redundant via slurpd.
>Now all I need is AFS!!