[OpenAFS] Windows 7, 1.7.2, 64 bit, sloooow boot up. Anyone else?

Jeffrey Altman jaltman@your-file-system.com
Wed, 30 Nov 2011 16:12:41 -0500

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On 11/30/2011 3:30 PM, Kim Kimball wrote:
> Perhaps there's a clue there -- no login is required on this machine.
> What marks the end of "logon?"

All machines require logon.  Your machine may be configured to
automatically logon but it does perform a logon.  Automatic logon caches
the password for the account and applies it at the appropriate time.

=46rom the perspective of AFS logon begins when the Network Provider
function NPLogon() is called.  It checks the state of the service and if
it is configured for auto-start verifies that it started.  If it didn't,
then the service is started.  It then waits for start to complete.

Once that is done it checks to see if integrated logon is enabled.  If
so, it attempts to obtain AFS tokens for the configured cell using the
username and password provided by Windows.  This is the username and
password that are cached for automatic use.

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