[OpenAFS] Solaris 10 does not resolve the @sys variable
Douglas E. Engert
Fri, 05 Oct 2007 15:56:30 -0500
> I have a /pkg as my mounting on afs which should resolve the @sys variable.
What do you mean by "as my mounting" Is it a symlink for /pkg->/afs/gv/GV2/@sys ?
Could you use /afs/gv/GV2/sun4x_510 as you know what type system you are on.
Or are you trying to use the AFS/NFS translator?
> So when I say cd /pkg it should go to /afs/gv/GV2/sun4x_510/... since the
> @sys variable is sun4x_510 in Solaris 10. Instead it gives /afs/gv/Gv2/@sys.
> When I open a software it complains that this directory does not exist and
> so I am not able to launch and use the software in Solaris 10.
> Therefore, is there a fix to it? Any help is appreciated
What does fs sysname show? It should show
Current sysname is 'sun4x_510'
@sys works for us in sun4x_510.
Douglas E. Engert <DEEngert@anl.gov>
Argonne National Laboratory
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