On October 6, 2003 06:02 pm, Garance A Drosihn wrote:
> At 8:08 PM -0400 10/5/03, Kenny Freeman wrote:
> >I'm using the latest release of openafs, plus I keep my entire
> >system and kernel up to date with patches.  ...
> >
> >Anyways, my question is really just about AFS and whether or
> >not it works on  5.1-RELEASE.
> My understanding is that the server-side should work OK, but
> I don't know anyone who tried to run it in a jail.

Working on that atm (jailed afs). It seems that the rc script supplied by 
openafs requires a kernel module (afs.ko) to be loaded - I'm modifying that 
also atm (not really much of an rc script, will be when i'm done). The kernel 
module fails to build on my machine - seems there are some header problems 
and prolly more. I'll check with the afs related lists on that. (actually, 
after I have afs properly setup now, the kernel module is required - afsd 
dies with "Bad system call (core dumped)" without the kmod, i assume the 
syscall in ? is provided by the kernel module.
> There is some work going on to get the OpenAFS client working
> on freebsd-current.  You should follow the OpenAFS mailing
> list for more details.  Some details show up on the special
> list for the freebsd port of OpenAFS, and some freebsd info
> shows up on the general-info mailing list.
> So, Check:
> https://lists.openafs.org/mailman/listinfo/port-freebsd
> https://lists.openafs.org/mailman/listinfo/openafs-info

done and done. Just thought I'd check with this high volume list. As far as 
the client side, there is an open source (i think) client called arla in the 
ports tree.... (..checks status) which just so happens to be borked atm. One 
can always resort to building from source I guess. Thanks.


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