>>>>> "Matthew" == Matthew Palmer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Matthew> On Sun, 25 Feb 2001, Viral wrote:
>> Has anyone used the Andrew File System (AFS) for a cluster ?
>> Its already packaged for debian, and sounds good.
>> How does it compare to NFS ?
Matthew> AFS is a more secure, high performance alternative to
I assume that every UN*X administrator worth his/her salt have been taught that
NFS is a absolute NO-NO on the Internet (or at least should be avoided at all cost :).
How does AFS stand in all this? I know it needs kerberos, but that's about all I
know simply because AFS haven't been (easily?) available to Linux.. Is it now?
Is there any other network FS that is any good? And what are the pro/cons with them?
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- Re: AFS
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