[OpenAFS] removing IP addresses
Dexter 'Kim' Kimball
Tue, 19 Jul 2005 15:01:12 -0600
Did you try vos changeaddr?
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Lester Barrows
Sent: Tuesday, July 19, 2005 1:21 PM
Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] removing IP addresses
We have a similar configuration at our AFS cell. What=20
we've done is set up=20
separate CellServDB files for clients on the non-routable=20
network which point=20
to the non-routable volserver IP. We also added several=20
lines to the init scripts (at the end of the start()=20
method) to cause the=20
clients to prefer the volume locators and file servers we=20
want them to talk=20
to. It's a bit of a kludge, but none of the other methods=20
we've found have=20
worked to any degree of satisfaction.
On Monday 18 July 2005 19:37, Brian May wrote:
> How do I remove IP addresses from the output of "vos listaddrs"?
> I setup my server when I was still learning AFS, and=20
wasn't aware of the
> NetInfo file at the time.
> I have tried:
> * Changing NetInfo and restarting, but it doesn't help.
> * vos changeaddr $addr -remove -localauth -verbose
> but it complains it is in use by the vldb.
> * Delete the sysid file and restart the server. As per:
> No change.
> * Dodgy instructions in
> didn't help.
> Obviously these are wrong for various reasons, but what is the correct
> I haven't tried:
> * removing the other interfaces, because they are used by other
> * Move all volumes to somewhere else (would another partition be
> sufficient?), delete the addresses, and then move then back again
> (would this help?). This seems excessive.
> The problem is some of these addresses are private IP addresses and
> cannot be accessed from outside my private network. As such I don't =
> the fileserver advertising these addresses to clients outside my
> network. It causes the client to take ages to start while it tries the
> internal addresses first.
> It also lists every public IP address my machine has, I only want
> OpenAFS on one of these IP addresses, not every one. This in turn =
> allow tighter firewall controls.
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