[OpenAFS] Broken mount points in user backup volumes
Sun, 01 May 2011 09:55:20 +0200
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Am 01.05.2011 03:59, schrieb Jaap Winius:
> In Richard Campbell's "Managing AFS: the Andrew File System"
> (Prentice-Hall, 1998), regarding backup volumes it says on page 100 that:
> "User backup volumes can be mounted once in some well-known area,
> either one set aside for all backups or perhaps inside the home
> directory itself."
> The latter appealed to me, so I tried it out,
It's not so apppealing as you might think. Consider users searching
their home directory for some file, using the find command. It will
always need to search through twice the amount of data. If they also
combine the find with a grep to search for some content... You get the
Better mount the backup volumes outside, I use .../home/.backup.
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