[OpenAFS] basic n00b question - recreating volume / mount same
Fri, 5 Nov 2010 12:42:02 -0500 (CDT)
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The AFS client caches volumename:volumeID# -- when asked to
process the mount point it assumed old volumeID#, which no longer
The cache expires every two hours by default, IIRC.
In any case, issue "fs checkv" to force an update of the cached
name:ID maps, and I suspect that will fix it.
Just for conceptual clarity, a mount point contains only the name
of the volume to be mounted. That is, it wasn't necessary to
delete the mount point, since the newly created mount point
contains the same information, i.e. contains the same volume
On Fri Nov 05 10:04:32 CDT 2010, Thomas Briggs
> Here's the scenario: I had a volume, "user.team1" created, and
> mounted on a directory "team1"
> I wanted to purge the files in the account and start with a clean
> volume, so :
> fs rmmount team1
> vos remove fs1 a user.team1
> vos create fs1 a user.team1
> fs mkmount team1
> This results in a mount point w/out a device. A vos examine
> shows the volume is created, but thats as far as I get.
> Any ideas?
> Dr. Thomas Briggs, Assoc. Professor
> Dept. of Computer Science, Shippensburg University
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