[OpenAFS] Speed difference between OpenAFS 1.4.x on Debian and CentOS

Michał Droździewicz michal@drozdziewicz.pl
Tue, 08 Apr 2008 15:04:33 +0200

Jeffrey Altman pisze:
>> Is AFS_CRYPT really that needed that debian is turning this _ON_ by 
>> default?
> One of the benefits that AFS provides over other file systems
> is privacy.  For that you need crypt to be on.
> The Windows client defaults to use of encrypted sessions as well.
Ok, but if I'll turn it of, files on the server still will be 
"encrypted" (scattered on the /vicep* partitions) and can't be accessed 
without proper login? Only files trensferred from the server to the 
client will be possible to read?

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