[OpenAFS] Starting xinetd without AFS

Derek Atkins warlord@MIT.EDU
31 May 2002 21:38:29 -0400

AFS does not start from xinetd.  It's started as a initscript.

Your best bet is to still run AFS all the time, but to run afsd
with -dynroot to it will startup when you are off-net.


Madhusudan Singh <chhabra@eecs.umich.edu> writes:

> Hi
>     I am using the openafs rpms for redhat 7.3. I have noticed that
> whenever I xinetd during bootup, it also starts AFS. My installation is
> on a laptop, and I naturally do not want to start afs when it is not
> needed (for instance, at home, when it just messes up things). Is there
> a way to do that ?
>     I use quickswitch to switch between profiles for work and home and
> have been able to satisfactorily switch everything else, but this part
> eludes me so far.
> Thanks,
> Madhusudan Singh.
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