[OpenAFS] Re: /usr/sbin/afsd --impatient
Tue, 14 Feb 2006 14:39:46 -0800
Jeffrey Altman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Are the servers not responding at all? If so, "fs checkservers"
> should list them as being "down".
They're definately up, but I'm not around when these problems happen,
so I can't debug them. And it's not my place to tell faculty that
they must do some debugging dance when things go weird.
> Putting a cap on file operations of 5 seconds really is not the
> right solution.
Perhaps not, but the only other solution is losing some very
influential users within the next 24-48 hours, and having the
newly-introduced acronym "AFS" leave a very bad taste in their
I guess I should retrench in preparation for that.
> If there are things you would like Apple to do in order to make AFS
> work better on their operating system, find your campus Apple sales
> representative and tell them. It is the only way that things will
> get better.
>From the perspective of the People Making The Decisions, this is a
problem with AFS, not a problem with Mac OS X. You know that's wrong,
I know that's wrong, but we cannot change it.
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