[OpenAFS] Graphical file managers get stuck
Mon, 10 Dec 2012 00:37:38 +0200 (EET)
By "own-path" I mean local cell as opposed to foreign one.
I believe -dynroot is on, but how could I verify this?
If I'm to turn it off, are there any sacrifices expected?
> Can you give more information about what you mean by your own afs-path?
> Are you using -dynroot when starting the afsd process? On Xfce I've
> noticed that the dynroot feature can conflict with GVFS's trash
> implementation, causing the Thunar GUI to freeze, and I imagine
> Nautilus would have a similar problem.
> - Ken
> On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 12:33 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
>> graphical file managers (nautilus & gnome-commander at least) seem to
>> stuck when listing directories other than own afs-path. Fakestat is on
>> it works fine with own afs-path (I suppose due to fakestat), but trying
>> change it to fakestat-all didn't seem to help. Command line listing
>> I'm not very familiar with openafs, so I may be making a simple mistake.
>> Some background info:
>> Ubuntu 10.04
>> Openafs 1.4.12 (seems to be much faster than 1.6.)
>> Tweaked the file: /etc/init.d/openaf-client
>> -fakestat >> -fakestat-all
>> Any idea how to fix this?
>> br, jukka
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