[OpenAFS] missing uss & mariner?

Derrick Brashear shadow@gmail.com
Mon, 30 Aug 2010 15:38:15 -0400

On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 3:34 PM,  <olin.afs.7ia@shivers.mail0.org> wrote:
> The documentation for openafs spends a lot of time talking about
> a management utility for creating & destroying user accounts. I've
> installed the ubuntu openafs-client & openafs-fileserver packages
> (and kerberos), and have a running AFS cell. Everything works; I'm
> on the air. But neither the client or the server package seems to
> include uss:
> =A0 =A0# which uss
> =A0 =A0# dpkg -L openafs-fileserver |fgrep uss
> =A0 =A0# dpkg -L openafs-client |fgrep uss
> =A0 =A0#
> What's the word on this tool?
> Also, I remember using a tool when I was a grad student at CMU that would=
> you a little running transcript of your AFS fetches, plus server
> disconnection/reconnection notices. Was that mariner? (It's been a while =
-- I
> got my degree in 1991.) There's no such tool that I can find in the clien=
> package, and the syslog doesn't show this kind of thing. Am I missing
> something?


You will need to "sudo fs mariner localhost" before you get messages.

Of note, the MacOS "growl agent" shows these by using something that
works similarly.

> Or am I confusing the fetch/store log entries with coda's codacon? It's
> kind of nice to see this stuff, because it tells me when I've triggered
> some storm of fetches, which I should either kill or just compose my soul
> in patience.