Resources for “Part III, AFS—A Secure Distributed Filesystem”
Detailed Instructions for Setup: www.openafs.org/pages/doc/QuickStartUnix/auqbg000.htm
RPM packages for Red Hat Linux or Fedora: www.openafs.org/release/latest.html
You will need the following RPMs: openafs-kernel-1.2.11-fc1.0.1.i386.rpm, openafs-client-1.2.11-fc1.0.1.i386.rpm and openafs-1.2.11-fc1.0.1.i386.rpm.
The OpenAFS Wiki (especially the FAQ section): grand.central.org/twiki/bin/view/AFSLore/WebHome
There are several OpenAFS mailing lists. Information about how to subscribe and their archives can be found at: https://lists.openafs.org/mailman/listinfo
The only book about AFS, Managing AFS: The Andrew File System by Richard Campbell (Pearson Education POD, ISBN: 0138027293), is a little outdated and describes only the IBM/Transarc version of AFS. But it shows in great detail how AFS works.
Presentations from the AFS Best Practices Workshop: www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/AFSBestPractices
Network Time Protocol: www.ntp.org
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