[OpenAFS] Removing stuff from /afs

Jaap Winius jwinius@umrk.nl
Tue, 30 Jul 2013 19:09:33 +0200

Quoting Benjamin Kaduk <kaduk@MIT.EDU>:

> I assume that you are not using dynroot?

Actually, I am using it. In /etc/openafs/afs.conf.client I have:


> The standard way to do such things is to make an additional mount of  
> the root.afs volume somewhere else in the local cell, and use a  
> read-write path to access it.

Yes, that seems like the way to do that. For example:

   ~# fs mkmount -dir temp -vol root.afs