[OpenAFS] Re: Upgrading An OpenAFS Server
Thu, 4 Apr 2013 13:50:41 -0700 (PDT)
Sorry for not being more specific. Yes, I'm upgrading a Debian/OpenAFS ser=
ver. Fortunately this is a hobby machine at home, not a production server =
with multiple high-end clients (that's my day job, with Windows ;)
I'm currently copying all my own data over to another server (whole differe=
nt system), in case I botch it. I've only done one OpenAFS install and con=
fig, and I remember it seeming like it was going to be a very painstaking p=
rocess but was pleasantly surprised that it was not so. Still, it's one of=
those things that "just works" at home, and aside from doing some basic us=
er and file management I haven't had to do much.
I remember having an issue with journaling, and I think I wound up turning =
that off on my filesystem. Another, a topic for another day perhaps.
P.S. Switched to plain text, hoping that it alleviates some of the text wei=
rdness I seem to get when posting on this forum.
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=A0=A0=A01. Upgrading (J)
=A0=A0=A02. Re: Upgrading (Bill MacAllister)
Date: Thu, 4 Apr 2013 05:45:27 -0700 (PDT)
From: J <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [OpenAFS] Upgrading
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Wondering if anyone can offer advice as to how best upgrade OpenAFS on Debi=
an 5.0.2.=3DA0 The OpenAFS kernel module package is listed as openafs-modul=
Should I upgrade Linux first, then OpenAFS?=3DA0 Or vice versa?=3DA0 Anothe=
tion would be to build a new server, but I'm wondering which would be the l=
ess convoluted path.
Any tutorials or information you can point me to is appreciated.
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top" style=3D3D"font: inherit;"><br>Wondering if anyone can offer advice as=
o how best upgrade OpenAFS on Debian 5.0.2. The OpenAFS kernel module=
package is listed as openafs-modules-2.6.26-2-486.<br><br>Should I upgrade=
Linux first, then OpenAFS? Or vice versa? Another option would=
be to build a new server, but I'm wondering which would be the less convol=
uted path.<br><br>Any tutorials or information you can point me to is appre=
Date: Thu, 04 Apr 2013 08:01:11 -0700
From: Bill MacAllister <email@example.com>
To: J <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Subject: Re: [OpenAFS] Upgrading
--On Thursday, April 04, 2013 05:45:27 AM -0700 J <firstname.lastname@example.org> w=
> Wondering if anyone can offer advice as to how best upgrade OpenAFS
> on Debian 5.0.2.=3DC2=3DA0 The OpenAFS kernel module package is listed as
> Should I upgrade Linux first, then OpenAFS?=3DC2=3DA0 Or vice versa?=3DC2=
> option would be to build a new server, but I'm wondering which would
> be the less convoluted path.
> Any tutorials or information you can point me to is appreciated.
If you build a second server you will not need any down time.=A0 You get
the second server working and vos move everything there.=A0 Then
shutdown or rebuild the first server.=A0 It makes sense to just upgrade
the first server and keep it.=A0 Then next time you want to upgrade it
is a lot less work.=A0 If you do it this way you will want to use Russ
Infrastructure Delivery Group, Stanford University
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