Index

A

a ACL permission, The Four Directory Permissions
A instruction
uss template file, Creating Links with the L and S Instructions
access
(see ACL)
count, in volume header, To display volume headers
permissions on ACL (see entries: permissions on ACL, ACL), The AFS ACL Permissions
transparent (AFS feature), The Uniform Namespace and Transparent Access
ACL
adding entries, Setting ACL Entries
auxiliary permissions, The Eight Auxiliary Permissions
cleaning, To copy an ACL between directories
clearing, Completely Replacing an ACL
compared to UNIX protection, Differences Between UFS and AFS Data Protection
copying between directories, Copying ACLs Between Directories
default on new volume, Creating Read/write Volumes
displaying, Displaying ACLs
editing entries, Setting ACL Entries
foreign users on, Using Groups on ACLs
group entries, usefulness, Using Groups on ACLs
normal vs. negative permissions, Using Normal and Negative Permissions
permissions defined, The AFS ACL Permissions
removing entries, Setting ACL Entries
removing obsolete AFS IDs, To copy an ACL between directories
replacing all entries, Completely Replacing an ACL
setting entries, Setting ACL Entries
setting for directory with uss, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
setting on user home directory with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
shorthand notation for grouping permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
system groups on, Using Groups on ACLs
active
clients statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
state of fstrace event set, About the fstrace Command Suite
Active Directory
Kerberos KDC, The Kerberos KDC
adding
ACL entry
negative permissions, To add, remove, or edit normal ACL permissions
normal permissions, Setting ACL Entries
ADMIN flag to Authentication Database entry, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
CellServDB file (server) entry for database server machine, To display a cell's database server machines
database server machine
to client CellServDB file and kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
disk to file server machine, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
members to groups, Adding and Removing Group Members
read-only site definition in VLDB, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
server encryption key to KeyFile file, Adding Server Encryption Keys
system:administrators group members, To add users to the system:administrators group
UserList file users, To add users to the UserList file
ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry
displaying, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
privileges resulting, Granting Privilege for kas Commands: the ADMIN Flag
setting or removing, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
administer ACL permission
(see a ACL permission)
administering
server machine, Administering Server Machines
user accounts, Administering User Accounts
administrative database
about replicating, Administering Database Server Machines
backing up, Backing Up and Restoring the Administrative Databases
restoring, To back up the administrative databases
administrative privilege
three types, An Overview of Administrative Privilege
AFS
(see AFS UID)
auditing events on AIX server machines, Auditing AFS Events on AIX File Servers
authentication separate from UNIX, The Two Types of User-Defined Groups
differences from UNIX summarized, Issues in Cell Configuration and Administration
global namespace, Participating in the AFS Global Namespace
initialization script, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
reducing traffic in, Caching and Callbacks
root directory (/afs)
in cell filespace, Configuring Your AFS Filespace
on client machine, What the Global Namespace Looks Like
security features, Some Important Security Features
server encryption key (see server encryption key)
server processes used in, AFS Server Processes and the Cache Manager
afs entry in Authentication Database
displaying, To display the KeyFile file
setting server encryption key, Adding Server Encryption Keys
AFS GID
counter for automatic allocation, displaying and setting, To set a Protection Database entry's privacy flags
definition, To display a Protection Database entry
displaying
for all groups in Protection Database, To list the groups that a user or group owns
for one group, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
removing obsolete from ACL, To copy an ACL between directories
AFS UID
assigning
with pts createuser command, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
counter for automatic allocation, displaying and setting, To set a Protection Database entry's privacy flags
definition, To display a Protection Database entry
displaying
for all users and machines in Protection Database, To list the groups that a user or group owns
for one user or machine, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
matching with UNIX UID, Creating Local Password File Entries with uss, The Components of an AFS User Account
removing obsolete from ACL, To copy an ACL between directories
reserved
anonymous user, Configuring AFS User Accounts
system-defined groups, The Three System Groups
reusing, about, Creating User and Machine Entries
setting counters for automatic allocation, To display the AFS ID counters
AFSCELL environment variable, Performing Backup Operations as the Local Superuser Root or in a Foreign Cell
AFSCONF environment variable (NFS/AFS Translator), The AFSSERVER Variable
afsd program, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
afsmonitor program
available statistics, The afsmonitor Program Statistics
Cache Manager statistics, The Cache Manager Statistics
command syntax, Writing afsmonitor Statistics to a File
creating an output file, Writing afsmonitor Statistics to a File
creating configuration files for, Configuring the afsmonitor Program
features summarized, Using the afsmonitor Program
file server statistics, The File Server Statistics
requirements for running, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
screen layout, The afsmonitor Output Screens
setting terminal type, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
stopping, To stop the afsmonitor program
AFSSERVER environment variable (NFS/AFS Translator), Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables
afszcm.cat file, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
AIX
auditing AFS events
about, Auditing AFS Events on AIX File Servers
configuring tape device, Configuring Tape Coordinator Machines and Tape Devices
all shorthand for ACL permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
all-or-nothing release of read-only volumes, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
anonymous user
AFS UID reserved, Configuring AFS User Accounts
identity assigned to unauthenticated user, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
archiving
tapes in Backup System, Archiving Tapes
ASK instruction in CFG_device_name file, Eliminating the Search or Prompt for the Initial Tape
assigning
AFS GID to group, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
AFS UID to machine, To display all Protection Database entries
AFS UID to user, Creating AFS User Accounts
AFS UID with uss, Creating Local Password File Entries with uss
asynchrony
enabling for Cache Manager write operations, Enabling Asynchronous Writes
when AFS files saved on NFS clients, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
at-sys (@sys) variable in pathnames, Enabling Access to Foreign Cells
auditing AFS events on AIX server machines, Auditing AFS Events on AIX File Servers
authenticated identity
acquiring with klog command, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
authentication
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in File and Directory Protection
AFS separate from UNIX, The Two Types of User-Defined Groups
compared to authorization checking, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
consequences of multiple failures, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
improving security, To create one user account with individual commands
Authentication Database
afs entry, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
changing username, Displaying and Setting the Quota on User Volumes
entry
creating with kas create command, Creating AFS User Accounts
creating with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
deleting with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
removing, To remove a user account
password
setting, To prohibit reuse of passwords
password lifetime, setting, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts, To unlock a locked user account
server encryption key
displaying, To display the KeyFile file
setting, Adding Server Encryption Keys
site for AFS server encryption key, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
Authentication Server
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
as kaserver process, The kaserver Process: the Authentication Server
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Kerberos KDC
(see also Kerberos KDC)
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
runs on database server machine, Simple File Server Machines
when to contact, The kaserver Process: the Authentication Server
AuthLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
authorization checking
and restarting processes, Authentication versus Authorization
compared to authentication, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
controlling cell-wide, Authentication versus Authorization
defined, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
disabling, Controlling Authorization Checking on a Server Machine
enabling, To disable authorization checking on a server machine
automatic
process restarts by BOS Server, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
update to admin. databases by Ubik, Administering Database Server Machines
automating
creation of backup volumes, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
tape mounting and unmounting by Backup System, Creating a Device Configuration File
AUTOQUERY instruction in CFG_device_name file, The Available Parameters and Required Exit Codes
auxiliary ACL permissions, The Eight Auxiliary Permissions
availability of data
interrupted by dumping, About Dumping Volumes

B

B instruction
package configuration file, Defining a Symbolic Link
backing up
administrative databases, Backing Up and Restoring the Administrative Databases
Backup Database to tape, Maintaining the Backup Database
data from AFS volumes, Backing Up Data
backup commands
adddump, Defining Expiration Dates
addhost, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
addvolentry, To create a volume set
addvolset, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
dbverify, Checking for and Repairing Corruption in the Backup Database
deldump, To change a dump level's expiration date
deletedump, Removing Obsolete Records from the Backup Database
delhost, To configure an additional Tape Coordinator on an existing Tape Coordinator machine
delvolentry, To delete a volume set
delvolset, To display volume sets and volume entries
diskrestore, Using the backup diskrestore Command
dump, To create a dump
dumpinfo, Displaying Backup Dump Records
granting privilege for, Administering the UserList File
interactive mode
entering, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
exiting, To enter interactive mode
jobs, To exit interactive mode
kill, To display pending or running jobs in interactive mode
labeltape, Recording a Capacity on the Label
listdumps, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
listhosts, To unconfigure a Tape Coordinator
listvolsets, To add a volume entry to a volume set
quit, To enter interactive mode
readlabel, To label a tape
restoredb, To repair corruption in the Backup Database
savedb, To verify the integrity of the Backup Database
scantape, To scan the contents of a tape
setexp, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
status, To stop a Tape Coordinator process
volinfo, To display dump records
volrestore, Using the backup volrestore Command
volsetrestore, Restoring Volumes Listed in a File with the -file Argument
Backup Database
administering, To restore a group of volumes with the backup volsetrestore command
backing up, Maintaining the Backup Database
described, The Backup Database and Backup Server Process
dump hierarchy
displaying, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
dump ID numbers, displaying, Displaying Backup Dump Records
dump levels
adding, Defining Expiration Dates
deleting, To change a dump level's expiration date
displaying, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
dump records
creating as part of dump operation, How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
displaying, Displaying Backup Dump Records
expiration dates, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
changing, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
setting, Defining Expiration Dates
port offset numbers
displaying, To unconfigure a Tape Coordinator
restoring, Maintaining the Backup Database
Tape Coordinator
adding entry, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
removing entry, To configure an additional Tape Coordinator on an existing Tape Coordinator machine
verifying integrity, Checking for and Repairing Corruption in the Backup Database
volume dump history
displaying, To display dump records
recovering from tapes, To display a volume's dump history
volume entry
creating, To create a volume set
deleting from volume set, To delete a volume set
displaying, To add a volume entry to a volume set
volume set
creating, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
deleting, To display volume sets and volume entries
displaying, To add a volume entry to a volume set
Backup field in volume header, To display volume headers
Backup Server
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
as buserver process, The buserver Process: the Backup Server
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Backup Server
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
runs on database server machine, Simple File Server Machines
when to contact, The buserver Process: the Backup Server
Backup System
automating operations, Automating and Increasing the Efficiency of the Backup Process
automating tape mounting and unmounting, Creating a Device Configuration File
Backup Database (see Backup Database)
Backup Server described, The Backup Server
configuration overview, Overview of Backup System Configuration
data
backing up/dumping, Backing Up Data
recovering, Restoring and Recovering Data
restoring, Restoring and Recovering Data
dump (see dump)
dump hierarchy (see dump hierarchy)
dump history
recovering from tapes, To display a volume's dump history
dump ID number (see dump)
assigning as part of dump operation, How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
dump level (see dump hierarchy)
dump name (see dump)
dump operation, overview, How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
dump records
deleting, To repair corruption in the Backup Database
dump set (see dump set)
dumps, full and incremental defined, Backing Up Data
eliminating check for proper tape name, Enabling Default Responses to Error Conditions
eliminating search/prompt for initial tape, The Available Parameters and Required Exit Codes
filemarks (see Tape Coordinator)
interactive mode, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
canceling operations, To display pending or running jobs in interactive mode
displaying pending/running operations, To exit interactive mode
interfaces, Using the Backup System's Interfaces
introduction, Introduction to Backup System Features
job ID numbers
about, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
displaying, To exit interactive mode
port offsets (see Tape Coordinator)
recycling schedule for tapes, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
reducing operator intervention, Automating and Increasing the Efficiency of the Backup Process
regular expressions, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
restores
date-specific, Restoring and Recovering Data
full, Restoring and Recovering Data
restoring
backed up data, Restoring and Recovering Data
backup data, Using the backup volrestore Command
data, Restoring and Recovering Data
running in foreign cell, Performing Backup Operations as the Local Superuser Root or in a Foreign Cell
scanning tapes, To display a volume's dump history
suggestions for improving efficiency, Making Backup Operations More Efficient
Tape Coordinator (see Tape Coordinator)
tape name (see tapes)
useCount counter on tape label, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
using default responses to errors, Eliminating the Search or Prompt for the Initial Tape
volume dump history
recovering from tapes, To display a volume's dump history
volume entry (see volume entry)
volume set (see volume set)
backup volume
automating creation of, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
changing name of, Renaming Volumes
creating, Creating Backup Volumes
creating multiple at once, Creating Backup Volumes
defined, The Three Types of Volumes
dumping, About Dumping Volumes
ID number in volume header, To display volume headers
mounting, Automating Creation of Backup Volumes
moving, Moving Volumes
removed by read/write move, Moving Volumes
removed by read/write removal, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
space-saving nature of, About Clones and Cloning
suggested schedule for creation of, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
BackupLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
BAK version of binary file
created by bos install command, Installing New Binaries
removing obsolete, To display binary version dates
used by bos uninstall command, To install new server binaries
banner line on the scout program screen, The Banner Line
basenames in scout program, Using the -basename argument to Specify a Domain Name
bdb.DB0 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
bdb.DBSYS1 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
binary distribution machine
defined, Database Server Machines
identifying with bos status, To locate the system control machine
block special device
creating with package, Defining a Symbolic Link
bos commands
addhost, To display a cell's database server machines
addkey
basic instructions, To add a new server encryption key
when handling key emergency, To create a new server encryption key in emergencies
adduser, To add users to the UserList file
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
create, To create and start a new process
delete, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file
exec, To reboot a file server machine from its console
getdate, Displaying Binary Version Dates
getlog, Displaying Server Process Log Files
getrestart, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
granting privilege for, Administering the UserList File
install, Installing New Binaries
listhosts, Distributing the Server CellServDB File
listkeys, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
listusers, Administering the UserList File
mutual authentication, bypassing, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
prune, Removing Obsolete Binary Files
removehost, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
removekey, To remove a key from the KeyFile file
removeuser, To remove users from the UserList file
restart
excluding BOS Server, To stop and restart all processes including the BOS Server
including BOS Server, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
selected processes, To stop and immediately restart all processes except the BOS Server
with -bosserver flag, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
salvage, Salvaging Volumes
setauth, Controlling Authorization Checking on a Server Machine
setrestart, To display the BOS Server restart times
shutdown, Stopping and Starting Processes Temporarily
start, To start processes by changing their status flags to Run
startup, To stop processes temporarily
status, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
stop, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
summary of functions, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
uninstall, Reverting to the Previous Version of Binaries
BOS Server
as bosserver process, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Basic OverSeer Server
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
maintainer of server process binaries, To restore an administrative database
memory state, How the BOS Server Uses the Information in the BosConfig File
monitoring server processes, Monitoring and Controlling Server Processes
restart times, displaying and setting, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
role in reboot of server machine, To change a server machine's IP addresses
use of BosConfig file, How the BOS Server Uses the Information in the BosConfig File
when to contact, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
BosConfig file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
changing status flag from NotRun to Run, To start processes by changing their status flags to Run
changing status flag from Run to NotRun, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
creating server process entry, To create and start a new process
displaying entries, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
information, The Information in the BosConfig File
removing server process entry, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file
restart times defined, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
BosLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
bosserver
(see BOS Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
bulk mode in uss, To delete an AFS account
buserver
(see Backup Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
butc command, Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process

C

C instruction
package configuration file, Defining a Block Special Device
cache
tuning, Tuning Cache Configuration
cache files (client), Cache-Related Files
Cache Manager
afsd initialization program, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
as interpreter of mount points, About Mounting Volumes
CellServDB file (client), using, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
collecting data with xstat data collection facility, The xstat Data Collection Facility
configuring and customizing, Overview of Cache Manager Customization
data cache
displaying size set at reboot, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
data cache size
displaying current, To display the cache size set at reboot
resetting to default value (for disk cache only), To change the disk cache size without rebooting
setting in cacheinfo file, To display the current cache size
setting until next reboot, To edit the cacheinfo file
database server processes, contacting, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
described, Overview of Cache Manager Customization
displaying
cache size from cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
enabling asynchrony for write operations, Enabling Asynchronous Writes
flushing cache, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
functions of, The Cache Manager
interfaces registered with File Server, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
messages displayed, controlling, Controlling the Display of Warning and Informational Messages
monitoring performance, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
preference ranks for File Server and VL Server, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
setting
cache size in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
disk cache location, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
home cell, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
probe interval for File Server, Setting the File Server Probe Interval
setuid programs, Determining if a Client Can Run Setuid Programs
system type name stored in kernel memory, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
use of NetInfo file, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
use of NetRestrict file, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
xstat data collection facility libraries, The xstat Data Collection Facility
xstat data collections, The libxstat Libraries
xstat example commands, Example xstat Commands
xstat_cm_test example command, To use the example xstat_fs_test command
cacheinfo file, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
displaying contents, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
format, To display the current cache size
resetting disk cache to size specified, To change the disk cache size without rebooting
setting
cache size, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
disk cache location, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
CacheItems file, Cache-Related Files
caching, Caching and Callbacks
callback, Caching and Callbacks
cell, Cells
changing list in client kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
filespace configuration issues, Granting and Denying Foreign Users Access to Your Cell
foreign, Cells
granting local access to foreign users, Making Other Cells Visible in Your Cell
local, Cells
making foreign visible to local, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
making local visible to foreign, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
name
at second level in file tree, What the Global Namespace Looks Like, The Top /afs Level
choosing, Choosing a Cell Name
setting, How to Set the Cell Name
setting home cell for client machine, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
CellServDB file (client)
about, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
central update source for clients, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
changing, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
copied into kernel memory, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
correct format, The Format of the CellServDB file
displaying, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
global source from AFS Support, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
maintaining, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
updating with or without package, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
CellServDB file (server)
about, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
adding database server machine, To display a cell's database server machines
displaying, Distributing the Server CellServDB File
effect of wrong information in, Maintaining the Server CellServDB File
importance to Ubik operation, Replicating the OpenAFS Administrative Databases
maintaining, To display an AFS binary's build level
removing database server machine, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
CellServDB file maintained by the AFS Registrar
as global update source, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
CellServDB.local file, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
cellular mount point
(see mount point)
CFG_device_name file, Creating a Device Configuration File
changing
ACL entries, Setting ACL Entries
data cache size specified in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
data cache size temporarily, To edit the cacheinfo file
disk cache location, in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
disk cache size to default value, To change the disk cache size without rebooting
group ownership to self-owned, To create groups
group-creation quota, To change the name of a machine or group entry
mount point when renaming user, To change a username
Protection Database entry
name, To change a group's owner
owner, To delete Protection Database entries
username, Displaying and Setting the Quota on User Volumes
volume name, Renaming Volumes
volume name when renaming user, To change a username
character special device
creating with package, Defining a Block Special Device
checksum, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
chgrp command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
chmod command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
choosing
name
cell, Choosing a Cell Name
user, Configuring AFS User Accounts
user volume, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
user volume mount point, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
chown command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
clearing
all ACL entries, Completely Replacing an ACL
contents of trace log (fstrace), To dump the contents of a trace log
client
configuring local disk with package, Configuring Client Machines with the package Program
definition, Servers and Clients
machine
definition, Servers and Clients
modifying to run package, Modifying Client Machines
client machine
/usr/vice/etc directory, Configuration and Cache-Related Files on the Local Disk
cache files, Cache-Related Files
CellServDB file, displaying, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
changing CellServDB file, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
changing list of cells in kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
configuration files, Configuration and Cache-Related Files on the Local Disk
configuration issues, Monitoring, Rebooting and Automatic Process Restarts
controlling running of setuid programs, Determining if a Client Can Run Setuid Programs
data cache size
displaying current, To display the cache size set at reboot
setting in cacheinfo file, To display the current cache size
setting until next reboot, To edit the cacheinfo file
data cache size set at reboot
displaying, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
database server machines, displaying knowledge of, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
database server processes, contacting, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
disk cache size
resetting to default value, To change the disk cache size without rebooting
disk versus memory cache, Determining the Cache Type, Size, and Location
displaying
data cache size from cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
enabling access to foreign cell, Enabling Access to Foreign Cells
files required on local disk, Configuring Client Machines
flushing data cache, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
making foreign cell visible, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
messages displayed, controlling, Controlling the Display of Warning and Informational Messages
monitoring performance, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
setting
data cache size in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
disk cache location, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
home cell, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
setting home cell, How to Set the Cell Name
system type name stored in Cache Manager memory, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
client machines statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
clocks
need to synchronize for Ubik, Configuring the Cell for Proper Ubik Operation
clone, Replication, About Clones and Cloning
forcing creation of new, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
cloning
defined, About Clones and Cloning
for backup, Creating Backup Volumes
for replication, About Clones and Cloning
close system call
for files saved on AFS client, AFS Implements Save on Close
for files saved on NFS client, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
cm event set (fstrace), About the fstrace Command Suite
cmfx trace log (fstrace), About the fstrace Command Suite
collecting
data with xstat data collection facility, The xstat Data Collection Facility
command interpreters
CellServDB file (client), using, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
command parameters
in BosConfig file, The Information in the BosConfig File
command suite
binaries
displaying time stamp, To revert to the previous version of binaries
installing, Installing Server Process Software
removing obsolete, To display binary version dates
uninstalling, To install new server binaries
commands
afsd, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
afsmonitor, Writing afsmonitor Statistics to a File
backup
to enter interactive mode, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
backup adddump, Defining Expiration Dates
backup addhost, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
backup addvolentry, To create a volume set
backup addvolset, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
backup dbverify, Checking for and Repairing Corruption in the Backup Database
backup deldump, To change a dump level's expiration date
backup deletedump, Removing Obsolete Records from the Backup Database
backup delhost, To configure an additional Tape Coordinator on an existing Tape Coordinator machine
backup delvolentry, To delete a volume set
backup delvolset, To display volume sets and volume entries
backup diskrestore, Using the backup diskrestore Command
backup dump, To create a dump
backup dumpinfo, Displaying Backup Dump Records
backup interactive, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
backup jobs, To exit interactive mode
backup kill, To display pending or running jobs in interactive mode
backup labeltape, Recording a Capacity on the Label
backup listdumps, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
backup listhosts, To unconfigure a Tape Coordinator
backup listvolsets, To add a volume entry to a volume set
backup quit, To enter interactive mode
backup readlabel, To label a tape
backup restoredb, To repair corruption in the Backup Database
backup savedb, To verify the integrity of the Backup Database
backup scantape, To scan the contents of a tape
backup setexp, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
backup status, To stop a Tape Coordinator process
backup volinfo, To display dump records
backup volrestore, Using the backup volrestore Command
backup volsetrestore, Restoring Volumes Listed in a File with the -file Argument
bos addhost, To display a cell's database server machines
bos addkey, To add a new server encryption key
bos adduser, To add users to the UserList file
bos create, To create and start a new process
bos delete, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file
bos exec, To reboot a file server machine from its console
bos getdate, Displaying Binary Version Dates
bos getlog, Displaying Server Process Log Files
bos getrestart, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
bos install, Installing New Binaries, Reverting to the Previous Version of Binaries
bos listhosts, Distributing the Server CellServDB File
bos listkeys, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
bos listusers, Administering the UserList File
bos prune, Removing Obsolete Binary Files
bos removehost, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
bos removekey, To remove a key from the KeyFile file
bos removeuser, To remove users from the UserList file
bos restart
excluding BOS Server, To stop and restart all processes including the BOS Server
including BOS Server, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
selected processes, To stop and immediately restart all processes except the BOS Server
bos salvage, Salvaging Volumes
bos setauth, Controlling Authorization Checking on a Server Machine
bos setrestart, To display the BOS Server restart times
bos shutdown, Stopping and Starting Processes Temporarily
bos start, To start processes by changing their status flags to Run
bos startup, To stop processes temporarily
bos status, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
bos stop, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
butc, Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process
chgrp (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
chmod (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
chown (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
executing from uss template file, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
fms, To run the fms command on a noncompressing tape device
fs checkservers, To set a client's file server probe interval
fs checkvolumes, To flush all data from a volume
fs cleanacl, Removing Obsolete AFS IDs from ACLs
fs copyacl, Copying ACLs Between Directories
fs examine, To display the name of the volume that contains a file, To display quota, current size, and other information
fs exportafs, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
fs flush, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
fs flushmount, To force the Cache Manager to notice other volume changes
fs flushvolume, To flush certain files or directories
fs getcacheparms, To display the cache size set at reboot
fs getcellstatus, Determining if a Client Can Run Setuid Programs
fs getclientaddrs, To create or edit the client NetRestrict file
fs getserverprefs, Displaying and Setting Preference Ranks
fs listacl, Displaying ACLs
fs listcells, To display the /usr/vice/etc/CellServDB file
fs listquota, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File, To display percent quota used
fs lsmount, To display a mount point
fs messages, Controlling the Display of Warning and Informational Messages
fs mkmount, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
general instructions, To create a regular or read/write mount point
when changing username, To change a username
when creating user account, To create one user account with individual commands
when mounting backup volume, To create and mount a backup volume
when renaming volume, To rename a volume
when restoring volume, To restore a dump into a new volume and mount it
fs newcell, To change the list of a cell's database server machines in kernel memory
fs quota, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
fs rmmount, To remove a mount point, To remove a volume and unmount it, To rename a volume, To change a username, To remove a user account
fs setacl, Setting ACL Entries
with -clear flag, Completely Replacing an ACL
with -negative flag, To add, remove, or edit normal ACL permissions
fs setcachesize, To edit the cacheinfo file
fs setcell, To determine a cell's setuid status
fs setclientaddrs, To display the list of addresses from kernel memory
fs setquota, To set quota for a single volume
fs setserverprefs, To display server preference ranks
fs setvol, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
fs storebehind
displaying asynchrony for specific files, To display the default store asynchrony
displaying default asynchrony, To set the store asynchrony for one or more files
setting asynchrony for specific files, To set the default store asynchrony
setting default asynchrony, Enabling Asynchronous Writes
fs sysname, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
fs whereis, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
fsck (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
fsck (AFS version), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
fstrace clear, To dump the contents of a trace log
fstrace dump, Dumping and Clearing the Trace Log
fstrace lslog, To display the state of an event set
fstrace lsset, Displaying the State of a Trace Log or Event Set
fstrace setlog, Activating the Trace Log
fstrace setset, To configure the trace log
groups (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
id (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
kas create, To create one user account with individual commands
when changing username, To change a username
kas delete, To remove a user account
when changing username, To change a username
kas examine, To display the KeyFile file
to display ADMIN flag, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
kas interactive, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
kas setfields, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
limiting failed authentication attempts, Improving Password and Authentication Security
prohibiting password reuse, To set password lifetime
setting ADMIN flag, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
setting password lifetime, To unlock a locked user account
kas setpassword, Changing Passwords, To add a new server encryption key, Changing AFS Passwords
kas unlock, To unlock a locked user account
klog, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
klog with -setpag flag, Login and Authentication in AFS
klog.krb, Support for Kerberos Authentication
knfs, Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines
kpasswd, Changing Passwords, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
ln (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
mount, To configure an NFS client machine to access AFS
package, To invoke the package program by rebooting
pagsh, Login and Authentication in AFS
pagsh.krb, Support for Kerberos Authentication
privileged, defined, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
pts adduser, Adding and Removing Group Members
for system:administrators group, To add users to the system:administrators group
pts chown, Changing a Group's Owner
pts creategroup, Using Groups Effectively
pts createuser
machine entry, Creating User and Machine Entries
user account, To create one user account with individual commands
pts delete, To remove a user account, Deleting Protection Database Entries
pts examine, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
pts listentries, To list the groups that a user or group owns
pts listmax, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
pts listowned, To display group membership
pts membership, To display a Protection Database entry
displaying system:administrators group, Administering the system:administrators Group
pts removeuser, To add users and machines to groups
for system:administrators group, To remove users from the system:administrators group
pts rename
machine or group name, Changing a Protection Database Entry's Name
username, To change a username
pts setfields
setting group creation quota, Setting Group-Creation Quota
setting privacy flags, Setting the Privacy Flags on Database Entries
pts setmax, To display the AFS ID counters
scout, Resizing the scout Display
share, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
ssh (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
sshd (AFS compared to UNIX), Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
strings, Displaying A Binary File's Build Level
sys, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
tokens, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
tokens.krb, Support for Kerberos Authentication
udebug, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
umount, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
unlog, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
uss add, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
uss bulk, To create and delete multiple AFS user accounts
uss delete, To delete an AFS account
vos addsite, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
vos backup, To create and mount a backup volume
vos backupsys, To create and mount a backup volume
vos changeaddr, To display all server entries from the VLDB
vos create
basic instructions, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
when creating user account, To create one user account with individual commands
vos delentry, Other Removal Commands
vos dump, About Dumping Volumes
vos examine
basic instructions, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
vos listaddrs, To create or edit the server NetRestrict file
vos listpart, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
vos listvldb
syntax, Displaying VLDB Entries
vos listvol
syntax, Displaying Volume Headers
vos lock, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
vos move
basic instructions, Moving Volumes
vos partinfo, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
vos release
basic instructions, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
vos remove, To remove a user account
basic instructions, To remove a volume and unmount it
vos remsite, Other Removal Commands
vos rename
basic instructions, Renaming Volumes
when changing username, To change a username
vos restore, About Restoring Volumes, To restore a dump into a new volume and mount it
vos syncserv, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
vos syncvldb, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
vos unlock, To lock a VLDB entry
vos unlockvldb, To unlock a single VLDB entry
vos zap, Other Removal Commands
which, Displaying A Binary File's Build Level
xstat_cm_test, To use the example xstat_fs_test command
xstat_fs_test, Example xstat Commands
common configuration files (server), Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
compilation
date of, listing on binary file, To revert to the previous version of binaries
compiling
package prototype file, Compiling Prototype Files
configuration file
(see CFG_<device_name> configuration file)
instructions for package program, Package Configuration File Instruction Syntax
configuration files
client machine, Configuration and Cache-Related Files on the Local Disk
package program, Compiling Prototype Files
server machine, common, Binary Distribution Machines
configuring
afsmonitor program, Configuring the afsmonitor Program
Cache Manager, Overview of Cache Manager Customization
client machine, issues, Monitoring, Rebooting and Automatic Process Restarts
file server machine, issues, The Default Quota and ACL on a New Volume
filespace, issues, Granting and Denying Foreign Users Access to Your Cell
local disk of client with package, Configuring Client Machines with the package Program
trace log (fstrace), Activating the Trace Log
Conn statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
consistency guarantees
administrative databases, How Ubik Operates Automatically
cached data, Caching and Callbacks
constants
uss template file, Creating the Three Types of User Accounts
contacting processes
Authentication Server, The kaserver Process: the Authentication Server
Backup Server, The buserver Process: the Backup Server
BOS Server, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
File Server, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
NTPD, The runntp Process
Protection Server, The ptserver Process: the Protection Server
Salvager, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
Update Server, The upserver and upclient Processes: the Update Server
VL Server, The vlserver Process: the Volume Location Server
Volume Server, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
controlling
authorization checking for entire cell, Authentication versus Authorization
server machine interfaces registered in VLDB, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
conventions
AFS pathnames, What the Global Namespace Looks Like
cell name, Choosing a Cell Name
volume names, The Third Level, About Volume Names
converting
existing UNIX accounts to AFS accounts
with manual account creation, Specifying Passwords in the Local Password File
with uss, Creating a Common Source Password File
coordinator (Ubik)
defined, Administering Database Server Machines
election procedure described, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
copying
ACL between directories, Copying ACLs Between Directories
core files
for server processes, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
removing from /usr/afs/logs directory, To display binary version dates
core leak
preventing with scheduled restarts, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
correspondence
of volumes and directories, Volumes
corruption
symptoms and types, Salvaging Volumes
counter
Protection Database (max user id, max group id), To set a Protection Database entry's privacy flags
CPS, Summary of Instructions
creating
ACL as copy of another, Copying ACLs Between Directories
ACL entry, Setting ACL Entries
ACL entry in negative permissions section, To add, remove, or edit normal ACL permissions
Authentication Database entry
with kas create command, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
backup volume, Creating Backup Volumes
cellular mount point, To create a cellular mount point
common local password file with uss, Specifying Passwords in the Local Password File
directory with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
file with uss, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
group, self-owned, To create groups
link (hard or symbolic) with uss, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
mount point when changing username, To change a username
mount point with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
multiple backup volumes at once, Creating Backup Volumes
NetInfo file (client version), Managing Multihomed Client Machines
NetInfo file (server version), Managing Server IP Addresses and VLDB Server Entries
NetRestrict file (client version), To create or edit the client NetInfo file
NetRestrict file (server version), To create or edit the server NetInfo file
PAG with klog or pagsh command, Login and Authentication in AFS
Protection Database group entry, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
Protection Database machine entry, To display all Protection Database entries
Protection Database user entry
with pts createuser command, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
read-only volume, About Clones and Cloning
read/write or regular mount point, To create a regular or read/write mount point
read/write volume, Creating Read/write Volumes
server encryption key, Adding Server Encryption Keys
server process, Creating and Removing Processes
standard files in new user account, Making a Backup Version of User Volumes Available
tape label (Backup System), Writing and Reading Tape Labels
user account
with individual commands, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
user account types with uss, Constructing a uss Template File
user accounts in bulk with uss, To delete an AFS account
volume with uss, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction
creation date
recorded in volume header, To display volume headers
creator
Protection Database entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
criteria for replicating volumes, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
cron process
creating with bos create command, To create and start a new process
cron server process
defining in BosConfig file, To create and start a new process
cron-type server process
defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
used to automate volume backup, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
current protection subgroup, Summary of Instructions
curses graphics utility
afsmonitor program, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
scout program requirements, System Requirements

D

d ACL permission, The Four Directory Permissions
D instruction
package configuration file, Local Files versus Symbolic Links
uss template file, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
daily restart for new binaries
displaying and setting time, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
data
availability interrupted by dumping, About Dumping Volumes
data cache
changing location of disk cache, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
disk cache size
resetting to default value, To change the disk cache size without rebooting
disk versus memory, Determining the Cache Type, Size, and Location
displaying size specified in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
flushing (forcing update), Forcing the Update of Cached Data
size
current, displaying, To display the cache size set at reboot
recommendations, Choosing the Cache Size
set at reboot, displaying, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
setting in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location, To display the current cache size
setting until next reboot, To edit the cacheinfo file
Vn file in, Cache-Related Files
data collection
with xstat data collection facility, The xstat Data Collection Facility
database files, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
database server machine
adding
to client CellServDB file and kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
CellServDB file (client), displaying, Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
CellServDB file (server) entry
adding, To display a cell's database server machines
removing, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
client knowledge of, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
defined, Simple File Server Machines
displaying list in server CellServDB file, Distributing the Server CellServDB File
identifying with bos status, The System Control Machine
maintaining, Administering Database Server Machines
reason to run three, Configuring Server Machines
removing
from client CellServDB file and kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
use of NetInfo and NetRestrict files, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
database server process
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
need to run all on every database server machine, Replicating the OpenAFS Administrative Databases
restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
use of CellServDB file, To display an AFS binary's build level
database, distributed
(see administrative database)
databases, distributed, Configuring Server Machines
date
on binary file, listing, To revert to the previous version of binaries
date-specific restores, Restoring and Recovering Data
default
ACL, Creating Read/write Volumes
volume quota, Creating Read/write Volumes, Setting and Displaying Volume Quota and Current Size
defining
directory for even distribution of accounts with uss, Example uss Templates
read-only site in VLDB, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
server encryption key, Adding Server Encryption Keys
server encryption key in Authentication Database, Adding Server Encryption Keys
server process in BosConfig file, Creating and Removing Processes
delayed write operations
when AFS files saved on NFS clients, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
delete ACL permission
(see d ACL permission)
deleting
Authentication Database entry with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
Protection Database user entry with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
user accounts in bulk with uss, To delete an AFS account
user accounts with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
denying
file access with negative ACL entry, To add, remove, or edit normal ACL permissions
desynchronization of VLDB/volume headers
fixing, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
symptoms of, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
determining
identity of binary distribution machine, To locate the system control machine
identity of database server machines, The System Control Machine
identity of system control machine, To locate database server machines
identity of:
simple file server machines, To locate the binary distribution machine for a system type
roles taken by server machine, The System Control Machine
success of replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
differences
between AFS and UNIX, summarized, Issues in Cell Configuration and Administration
directories
/afs, What the Global Namespace Looks Like, Configuring Your AFS Filespace
/afs/cellname, What the Global Namespace Looks Like, The Top /afs Level
/usr/afs/backup, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
conventional under /afs/cellname, The Second (Cellname) Level
for grouping user home directories, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
lost+found, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
directories (server)
/usr/afs/bin, To restore an administrative database
directory
/usr/afs/bin on server machines, Local Disk Files on a Server Machine
/usr/afs/db on server machines, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
/usr/afs/etc, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
/usr/afs/local on server machines, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
/usr/afs/logs on server machines, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
/usr/vice/cache, Cache-Related Files
/usr/vice/etc, Configuration and Cache-Related Files on the Local Disk
/vicep on server machines, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
correspondence with volume, Volumes
creating with package, Local Files versus Symbolic Links
creating with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
defining for even distribution of accounts with uss, Example uss Templates
disk cache, Cache-Related Files
flushing from data cache on client machine, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
overwritten by uss if exists, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
root, Mount Points
directory-level data protection
implications, Differences Between UFS and AFS Data Protection
directory/file name
translating to volume ID number, To display the name of the volume that contains a file
translating to volume location, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
translating to volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
disabling
authorization checking, Controlling Authorization Checking on a Server Machine
discarding
tokens, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
disk
file server machine
adding/installing, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
removing, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
local (see local disk)
Disk attn statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
disk partition
displaying size of single, To display quota, current size, and other information
grouping related volumes on, Assigning Volume Names
monitoring usage of, The Statistics Display Region
moving volumes to reduce overcrowding, Moving Volumes
display layout in scout program window, The Layout of the scout Display
displaying
ACL entries, Displaying ACLs
ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
AFS user id and max group id counters, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
BOS Server's automatic restart times, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
Cache Manager preference ranks for file server machines, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
CellServDB file (client), Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
CellServDB file (server), Distributing the Server CellServDB File
client interfaces registered with File Server, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
contents of trace log (fstrace), Dumping and Clearing the Trace Log
counters for AFS UID and AFS GID, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
creator of Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database, To list the groups that a user or group owns
data cache size
set at reboot, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
specified in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
data cache size, current, To display the cache size set at reboot
database server machines in server CellServDB file, Distributing the Server CellServDB File
disk partition size, To display quota, current size, and other information
entries from BosConfig file, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
group-creation quota in Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
groups owned by a user or group, To display group membership
groups to which user or machine belongs, To display a Protection Database entry
KeyFile file, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
log files for server processes, Displaying Server Process Log Files
members of group, To display a Protection Database entry
membership count in Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
mount point, To display a mount point
owner of Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database, To list the groups that a user or group owns
privacy flags on Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
Protection Database entries (all), To list the groups that a user or group owns
Protection Database entry, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
server encryption key from Authentication Database, To display the KeyFile file
server encryption keys in KeyFile file, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
server entries from VLDB, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
server process status, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
state of event set (fstrace), Displaying the State of a Trace Log or Event Set
state of trace log (fstrace), To display the state of an event set
system:administrators group members, Administering the system:administrators Group
tape label (Backup System), Writing and Reading Tape Labels
time stamp on binary file, To revert to the previous version of binaries
UserList file, Administering the UserList File
VLDB entry
with volume header, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
VLDB entry with volume header, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
VLDB server entries, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
volume header, Displaying Volume Headers
with VLDB entry, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
volume header with VLDB entry, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
volume information, Displaying Information About Volumes
volume quota
percent used, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
with volume & partition info, To display quota, current size, and other information
with volume size, To display percent quota used
volume size, To display percent quota used, To display quota, current size, and other information
volume's VLDB entry, Displaying VLDB Entries
distributed database
(see administrative database)
distributed databases, Configuring Server Machines
distributed file system, Distributed File Systems
security issues, A More Detailed Look at Mutual Authentication
distribution
of CellServDB file (server), Maintaining the Server CellServDB File
of databases, Configuring Server Machines, Administering Database Server Machines
dormant (state of fstrace event set), About the fstrace Command Suite
dumb terminal
use in scout program, System Requirements
use with afsmonitor, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
dump (Backup System)
appended
creating, Appending Dumps to an Existing Dump Set
appended, defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
creating Backup Database record, How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
displaying Backup Database record, Displaying Backup Dump Records
full, defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
ID number, described, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
ID number, displaying, Displaying Backup Dump Records
incremental, defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
initial, defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
label, described, Tape Labels, Dump Labels, and EOF Markers
name, described, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
parent, defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
set (see dump set)
dump hierarchy (Backup System)
creating, Defining and Displaying the Dump Hierarchy
described, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
displaying, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
dump level
defined, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
dump levels
adding, Defining Expiration Dates
deleting, To change a dump level's expiration date
expiration date on dump level
described, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
expiration dates, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
assigning to dump levels, Defining and Displaying the Dump Hierarchy
changing, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
setting, Defining Expiration Dates
dump ID number (Backup System)
displaying, Displaying Backup Dump Records
dump ID numbers (Backup System), How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
dump levels
defined, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
expiration dates, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
changing, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
setting, Defining Expiration Dates
in Backup Database
adding, Defining Expiration Dates
deleting, To change a dump level's expiration date
displaying, To delete a dump level from the dump hierarchy
dump set (Backup System)
creating, Backing Up Data
defined, Dumps and Dump Sets
deleting from Backup Database, To repair corruption in the Backup Database
full dumps, Backing Up Data
incremental dumps, Backing Up Data
dumping
Backup Database to tape, Maintaining the Backup Database
data, Backing Up Data
dump ID numbers, How Your Configuration Choices Influence the Dump Process
full dumps, Backing Up Data
incremental dumps, Backing Up Data
trace log contents (fstrace), Dumping and Clearing the Trace Log
volumes
reasons, About Dumping Volumes
using vos command, About Dumping Volumes
without using AFS Backup System, Dumping and Restoring Volumes
dynamic kernel loader programs
directory for AFS library files, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory

E

E instruction
uss template file, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
editing
NetInfo file (client version), Managing Multihomed Client Machines
NetInfo file (server version), Managing Server IP Addresses and VLDB Server Entries
NetRestrict file (client version), To create or edit the client NetInfo file
NetRestrict file (server version), To create or edit the server NetInfo file
election of Ubik coordinator, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
emergency
server encryption keys mismatched, Handling Server Encryption Key Emergencies
enabling authorization checking, To disable authorization checking on a server machine
encrypted network communication, Some Important Security Features
entering
kas interactive mode, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
entry in VLDB
displaying, with volume header, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
for volume, Volume Information in the VLDB
locking/unlocking, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
erasing
all ACL entries, Completely Replacing an ACL
etc/exports file, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
etc/fstab file
(see file systems registry file)
event set (fstrace)
cm, About the fstrace Command Suite
displaying state, Displaying the State of a Trace Log or Event Set
persistence, About the fstrace Command Suite
setting, To configure the trace log
events
auditing AFS on AIX server machines, Auditing AFS Events on AIX File Servers
examples
library files for package, Example Library File
prototype files for package, An Example Prototype File
scout program display, Example Commands and Displays
uss template file, About Creating Local Disk Directories and Files
executing
command using uss template line, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
expiration dates, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
absolute, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
changing, To add a dump level to the dump hierarchy
relative, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
setting, Defining Expiration Dates

F

F instruction
package configuration file, Defining a Directory
uss template file, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
failure
of file storage due to full partition, Moving Volumes
of uss account creation
recovering from, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
Fetch statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
file
creating standard ones in new user account, Making a Backup Version of User Volumes Available
creating with package, Defining a Directory
creating with uss, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
flushing from data cache on client machine, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
overwritten by uss if exists, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
required on client machine local disk, Configuring Client Machines
file extension
.BAK, Installing New Binaries
.OLD, Installing New Binaries
File Server
as part of fs process, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager, The Information in the BosConfig File
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
client interfaces registered, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
collecting data with xstat data collection facility, The xstat Data Collection Facility
CPS requested from Protection Server, Summary of Instructions
description, The File Server
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
interfaces registered in VLDB
listed in sysid file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
interfaces registered in VLDB server entry, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
monitoring with scout program, Highlighting Server Outages
use of NetInfo file, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
use of NetRestrict file, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
use of sysid file, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
when to contact, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
xstat data collection facility libraries, The xstat Data Collection Facility
xstat data collections, The libxstat Libraries
xstat example commands, Example xstat Commands
xstat_fs_test example command, Example xstat Commands
file server machine, Servers and Clients
Cache Manager preference ranks for, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
configuration files in /usr/afs/local, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
core files in /usr/afs/logs, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
database files in /usr/afs/db, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
disk
adding/installing, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
removing, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
displaying log files, Displaying Server Process Log Files
inode-based, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
installing command and process binaries, Installing Server Process Software
log files in /usr/afs/logs, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
monitoring outages of, Highlighting Server Outages
namei-based, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
partitions, naming, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
rebooting, about, Configuring Partitions to Store AFS Data
restoring partitions using Backup System, Restoring and Recovering Data
salvaging volumes, Salvaging Volumes
file server probe interval
setting for a client machine, Setting the File Server Probe Interval
file storage
failed due to partition crowding, Moving Volumes
file system
defined, Distributed File Systems
monitoring activity, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
salvager (see Salvager)
file systems registry file
adding new disk to file server machine, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
removing disk from file server machine, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
file tree
conventions
for configuring, Granting and Denying Foreign Users Access to Your Cell
third level, The Second (Cellname) Level
creating volumes to match top level directories, The Third Level
FileLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
files
/usr/afs/etc/KeyFile, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
AFS initialization script, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
AFS libraries used by dynamic kernel loader programs, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
afsd, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
afszcm.cat, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
AuthLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
backup command binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
BackupLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
bdb.DB0, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
bdb.DBSYS1, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
bos command binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
BosConfig, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory, The Information in the BosConfig File
BosLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
bosserver binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
buserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
cacheinfo, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
CacheItems, Cache-Related Files
CellServDB (client), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
CellServDB (server), Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory, To display an AFS binary's build level
CellServDB file (client), Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
CellServDB.local, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
CFG_<device_name>, Creating a Device Configuration File
displaying log files, Displaying Server Process Log Files
exports, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
file systems registry (fstab), To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
FileLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
fileserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
fms.log, To run the fms command on a noncompressing tape device
FORCESALVAGE, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
global CellServDB, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
kas command binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
kaserver binary file, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
kaserver.DB0, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
kaserver.DBSYS1, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
KeyFile, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
NetInfo (client version), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
NetInfo (server version), Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
NetRestrict (client version), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory, To create or edit the client NetInfo file
NetRestrict (server version), Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
NoAuth, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
ntpd, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ntpdc, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
package Makefile, The Package Makefile File
prdb.DB0, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
prdb.DBSYS1, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
pts command binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ptserver binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
runntp, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
SALVAGE.fs, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
salvage.lock, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
SalvageLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
salvager, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
server configuration, in /usr/afs/etc directory, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
sysid, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
tapeconfig, Configuring the tapeconfig File
ThisCell (client), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
ThisCell (server), Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
udebug, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
upclient, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
upserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
UserList, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
V.vol_ID.vol, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
vldb.DB0, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
vldb.DBSYS1, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
VLLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
vlserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Vn, Cache-Related Files
VolserLog, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
volserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
VolumeItems, Cache-Related Files
vos command binary, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
fileserver
(see File Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
flexible synchronization site (Ubik), How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
flushing
data cache on client machine, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
fms command, To run the fms command on a noncompressing tape device
fms.log file, To run the fms command on a noncompressing tape device
FORCESALVAGE file, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
foreign cell, Cells
making local cell visible, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
making visible in local cell, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
format of CellServDB file (client), The Format of the CellServDB file
fs commands
checkservers, To set a client's file server probe interval
checkvolumes, To flush all data from a volume
cleanacl, Removing Obsolete AFS IDs from ACLs
copyacl, Copying ACLs Between Directories
examine, To display the name of the volume that contains a file, To display quota, current size, and other information
exportafs, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
flush, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
flushmount, To force the Cache Manager to notice other volume changes
flushvolume, To flush certain files or directories
getcacheparms, To display the cache size set at reboot
getcellstatus, Determining if a Client Can Run Setuid Programs
getclientaddrs, To create or edit the client NetRestrict file
getserverprefs, Displaying and Setting Preference Ranks
granting privilege for, Administering the system:administrators Group
listacl, Displaying ACLs
listcells, To display the /usr/vice/etc/CellServDB file
listquota, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File, To display percent quota used
lsmount, To display a mount point
messages, Controlling the Display of Warning and Informational Messages
mkmount
for read/write volume, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
general instructions, To create a regular or read/write mount point
when changing username, To change a username
when creating user account, To create one user account with individual commands
when mounting backup volume, To create and mount a backup volume
when renaming volume, To rename a volume
when restoring volume, To restore a dump into a new volume and mount it
mutual authentication, bypassing, To bypass mutual authentication for bos, kas, pts, and vos commands
newcell, To change the list of a cell's database server machines in kernel memory
quota, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
rmmount, To remove a mount point
when changing username, To change a username
when removing user account, To remove a user account
when removing volume, To remove a volume and unmount it
when renaming volume, To rename a volume
setacl, Setting ACL Entries
with -clear flag, Completely Replacing an ACL
with -negative flag, To add, remove, or edit normal ACL permissions
setcachesize, To edit the cacheinfo file
setcell, To determine a cell's setuid status
setclientaddrs, To display the list of addresses from kernel memory
setquota, To set quota for a single volume
setserverprefs, To display server preference ranks
setvol, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
storebehind
displaying asynchrony for specific files, To display the default store asynchrony
displaying default asynchrony, To set the store asynchrony for one or more files
setting asynchrony for specific files, To set the default store asynchrony
setting default asynchrony, Enabling Asynchronous Writes
sysname, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
whereis, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
fs process, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
creating, To create and start a new process
fs server process
defining in BosConfig file, To create and start a new process
fs-type server process
defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
fsck command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
AFS version, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
fstab file
(see file systems registry file)
fstrace commands
clear, To dump the contents of a trace log
dump, Dumping and Clearing the Trace Log
example of use, To clear the contents of a trace log
lslog, To display the state of an event set
lsset, Displaying the State of a Trace Log or Event Set
privilege requirements, Requirements for Using the fstrace Command Suite
setlog, Activating the Trace Log
setset, To configure the trace log
fsync system call
for files saved on AFS client, AFS Implements Save on Close
for files saved on NFS client, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
full dump, Backing Up Data
creating using vos command, About Dumping Volumes
full restores, Restoring and Recovering Data

G

global namespace, Participating in the AFS Global Namespace
granting
file access by setting ACL, Setting ACL Entries
privilege for backup commands, Administering the UserList File
privilege for bos commands, Administering the UserList File
privilege for fs commands, Administering the system:administrators Group
privilege for kas commands, Granting Privilege for kas Commands: the ADMIN Flag, Administering the UserList File
privilege for pts commands, Administering the system:administrators Group
privilege for vos commands, Administering the UserList File
group
ACL entry, usefulness of, Using Groups on ACLs
AFS GID, Creating Standard Files in New AFS Accounts
AFS GID, assigning, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
creation quota (see quota)
definition, The Protection Server
group use, Creating Groups
groups owned, displaying, To display group membership
members, adding, Adding and Removing Group Members
members, displaying, To display a Protection Database entry
members, removing, To add users and machines to groups
membership of machine or user, displaying, To display a Protection Database entry
name, assigning, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
orphaned, displaying, To display group membership
owned by user or group, displaying, To display group membership
owner
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying for all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
privacy flags, Creating Standard Files in New AFS Accounts
privacy flags on Protection Database entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To set group-creation quota
private use, Creating Groups
Protection Database entry
deleting, Deleting Protection Database Entries
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
name, changing, To change a group's owner
Protection Database entry, creating, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
Protection Database entry, described, Summary of Instructions
regular and prefix-less, defined, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
restrictions, Creating Standard Files in New AFS Accounts
rules for naming, To create groups
self-owned, creating, To create groups
shared use, Creating Groups
system, About the Protection Database
system-defined, Using AFS Protection Groups
system-defined on ACLs, Using Groups on ACLs
using effectively, Creating Groups
group use of group, Creating Groups
groups command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands

H

handling
server encryption key emergency, Handling Server Encryption Key Emergencies
hard link
AFS restrictions on, Creating Hard Links
creating with uss, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
overwritten by uss if exists, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
Heimdal
Kerberos KDC, The Kerberos KDC
highlighting statistics in scout display
setting thresholds, To start the scout program
use of reverse video, Highlighting Significant Statistics

I

i ACL permission, The Four Directory Permissions
id command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
identifying
binary distribution machine, To locate the system control machine
database server machine, The System Control Machine
roles taken by server machine, The System Control Machine
simple file server machine, To locate the binary distribution machine for a system type
system control machine, To locate database server machines
implicit ACL permissions, The Four Directory Permissions
inactive (state of fstrace event set), About the fstrace Command Suite
incremental dump
creating using vos command, About Dumping Volumes
creating with Backup System, Backing Up Data
initialization script for AFS, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
initializing
scout program, Resizing the scout Display
server process, Creating and Removing Processes
insert ACL permission
(see i ACL permission)
installing
disk on file server machine, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
server binaries, Installing Server Process Software
server process binaries, about, To restore an administrative database
intention flag in VLDB entry, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
interactive mode (Backup System)
entering, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
exiting, To enter interactive mode
features, Using Interactive and Regular Command Mode
operations
canceling pending/running, To display pending or running jobs in interactive mode
displaying pending/running, To exit interactive mode
interactive mode (kas commands), Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
Internet
conventions for cell name, Choosing a Cell Name

K

k ACL permission, The Three File Permissions
kas commands
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
create, To create one user account with individual commands
when changing username, To change a username
delete
when changing username, To change a username
when removing user account, To remove a user account
examine
to display ADMIN flag, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
examine, to inspect afs key, To display the KeyFile file
granting privilege for, Granting Privilege for kas Commands: the ADMIN Flag
interactive, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
mutual authentication, bypassing, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
setfields, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
limiting failed authentication attempts, Improving Password and Authentication Security
prohibiting password reuse, To set password lifetime
setting ADMIN flag, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
setting password lifetime, To unlock a locked user account
setpassword, Changing Passwords, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts, To add a new server encryption key, Changing AFS Passwords
setpassword , when handling key emergency, To create a new server encryption key in emergencies
unlock, To unlock a locked user account
kaserver process
(see Authentication Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
kaserver.DB0 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
kaserver.DBSYS1 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
Kerberos
support for in AFS, Support for Kerberos Authentication
use of usernames, The Kerberos KDC
Kerberos KDC
description, The Kerberos KDC
kernel memory (client)
CellServDB file, reading into, Maintaining Knowledge of Database Server Machines
key version number
defined, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
KeyFile file
adding server encryption key, Adding Server Encryption Keys
displaying, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
function of, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
removing server encryption key, Removing Server Encryption Keys
storage site for server encryption keys, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
klog command, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
limiting failed attempts, To create one user account with individual commands
when handling key emergency, Reenabling Authorization Checking in an Emergency
with -setpag flag, Login and Authentication in AFS
klog.krb command, Support for Kerberos Authentication
knfs command, Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines
kpasswd command, Changing Passwords, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
kpwvalid program, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
kvno
(see key version number)

L

l ACL permission, The Four Directory Permissions
L instruction
package configuration file, Defining a File
uss template file, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
learning
volume ID
given directory/file name, To display the name of the volume that contains a file
given volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume location
given directory/file name, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
given volume name/ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume name
given directory/file name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
given volume ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
length restriction on volume names, About Volume Names
library files in package, Example Prototype and Library Files
constructing, Constructing Prototype and Library Files
examples, Example Library File
libxstat_cm.a library, The xstat Data Collection Facility
data collections, The libxstat Libraries
example command using, Example xstat Commands
obtaining more information, The libxstat Libraries
routines, The libxstat Libraries
xstat_cm_test example command, To use the example xstat_fs_test command
libxstat_fs.a library, The xstat Data Collection Facility
data collections, The libxstat Libraries
example command using, Example xstat Commands
obtaining more information, The libxstat Libraries
routines, The libxstat Libraries
xstat_fs_test example command, Example xstat Commands
listing
tokens held by issuer, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
ln command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
local cell, Cells
granting foreign users access to, Making Other Cells Visible in Your Cell
making foreign cells visible in, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
making visible to foreign cells, Making Your Cell Visible to Others
local configuration files (server), Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
local disk
configuring on client, using package, Configuring Client Machines with the package Program
files required on client machine, Configuring Client Machines
protecting on file server machine, Replicating the OpenAFS Administrative Databases
local password file
creating common source version with uss, Specifying Passwords in the Local Password File
creating entry for AFS user
with manual account creation, Summary of Instructions
with uss, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
setting password in
with manual account creation, Assigning AFS and UNIX UIDs that Match
with uss, Assigning AFS and UNIX UIDs that Match
when not using AFS-modified login utility, Using an AFS-modified login Utility
when using AFS--modified login utility, Using an AFS-modified login Utility
location
setting for client, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
standard for uss template file, Using Constants and Variables in the Template File
lock ACL permission
(see k ACL permission)
locked VLDB entry
displaying, Displaying VLDB Entries
unlocking, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
locking
VLDB entry, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
log files
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
fms.log, To run the fms command on a noncompressing tape device
for replicated databases, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
for server processes, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
login
limiting failed attempts, To create one user account with individual commands
login utility
AFS version, Identifying AFS Tokens by PAG
AFS version's interaction with local password file, Using an AFS-modified login Utility
lookup ACL permission
(see l ACL permission)
lost+found directory, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands

M

machine
adding to group, Adding and Removing Group Members
AFS UID, assigning, To display all Protection Database entries
group memberships
displaying number, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
group memberships, displaying, To display a Protection Database entry
privacy flags on Protection Database entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To set group-creation quota
Protection Database entry
deleting, Deleting Protection Database Entries
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
name, changing, To change a group's owner
Protection Database entry, creating, To display all Protection Database entries
Protection Database entry, described, Summary of Instructions
removing from group, To add users and machines to groups
maintaining
CellServDB file (client), Maintaining the Client CellServDB File
synchrony of VLDB with volume headers, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized
majority
defined for Ubik, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
Makefile for package, The Package Makefile File
modifying, Modifying the Makefile
mapping
AFS ID to group, machine, or username, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
group name to AFS GID, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
machine name to AFS UID, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
username to AFS UID, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
max group id counter (Protection Database)
displaying, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
setting, To display the AFS ID counters
max user id counter (Protection Database)
displaying, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
setting, To display the AFS ID counters
maximum volume quota, To set quota for a single volume
MaxQuota field in volume header, To display volume headers
members
group, adding, Adding and Removing Group Members
group, displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database, To display a Protection Database entry
group, removing, To add users and machines to groups
membership
system groups, About the Protection Database
memory state of BOS Server, How the BOS Server Uses the Information in the BosConfig File
message line in scout program display, The Probe Reporting Line
MIT Kerberos
Kerberos KDC, The Kerberos KDC
mode bits (UNIX)
interpretation in AFS, How AFS Interprets the UNIX Mode Bits
modifying
clients to run package, Modifying Client Machines
package Makefile, Modifying the Makefile
monitoring
Cache Manager performance, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
Cache Manager processes with afsmonitor, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
disk usage with scout program, The Statistics Display Region
file server processes with afsmonitor, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
file server processes with scout, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
outages with scout program, Highlighting Server Outages
server processes, Monitoring and Controlling Server Processes
mount command, To configure an NFS client machine to access AFS
MOUNT instruction in CFG_device_name file, Creating a Device Configuration File
mount point
cellular
creating, To create a cellular mount point
described, The Three Types of Mount Points
changing when renaming user, To change a username
choosing name for user volume, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
creating cellular, To create a cellular mount point
creating multiple per volume, About Mounting Volumes
creating read/write or regular, To create a regular or read/write mount point
creating with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
defined, About Mounting Volumes
definition, Mount Points
displaying, To display a mount point
distinguishing different types, To display a mount point
flushing from data cache on client machine, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
read/write
creating, To create a regular or read/write mount point
described, The Three Types of Mount Points
regular
creating, To create a regular or read/write mount point
described, The Three Types of Mount Points
removing, To remove a mount point, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
removing when removing user account, To remove a user account
mounting
backup volume, Automating Creation of Backup Volumes
disk on file server machine, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
foreign volume in local cell, The Three Types of Mount Points
read-only volume, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
read/write volume, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
volume
about, About Mounting Volumes
general instructions, Mounting Volumes
moving
volume, Moving Volumes
mutual authentication, A More Detailed Look at Mutual Authentication
failure due to mismatched keys, Handling Server Encryption Key Emergencies
preventing, To enable authorization checking on a server machine
server encryption key's role, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review

N

name
Protection Database entry
changing, To change a group's owner
namei
definition, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
NAME_CHECK instruction in CFG_device_name file, Enabling Default Responses to Error Conditions
needs salvage status flag in volume header, To display volume headers
negative ACL permissions
defined, Using Normal and Negative Permissions
NetInfo file (client version), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
NetInfo file (server version), Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
creating/editing, Managing Server IP Addresses and VLDB Server Entries
NetRestrict file (client version), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory, To create or edit the client NetInfo file
NetRestrict file (server version), Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
creating/editing, To create or edit the server NetInfo file
network
defined, Networks
encrypted communication in AFS, Some Important Security Features
reducing traffic through caching, Caching and Callbacks
Network Time Protocol Daemon
(see NTPD)
New release
status flag on site definition in VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
New release site flag in VLDB
as indicator of failed replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
NFS/AFS Translator, Managing the NFS/AFS Translator
AFSCONF environment variable, The AFSSERVER Variable
NoAuth file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
creating in emergencies, Disabling Authorization Checking in an Emergency
none shorthand for ACL permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
normal ACL permissions
defined, Using Normal and Negative Permissions
Not released
status flag on site definition in VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
NotRun status flag in BosConfig file
changing to Run, To start processes by changing their status flags to Run
defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
ntpd
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Network Time Protocol Daemon
invoked by runntp process, The runntp Process
when to contact, The runntp Process
NTPD, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ntpdc
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
number variables
uss template file, Using Constants and Variables in the Template File

O

Off-line status flag in volume header, To display volume headers
Old release
status flag on site definition in VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
Old release site flag in VLDB
as indicator of failed replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
OLD version of binary file
created by bos install command, Installing New Binaries
removing obsolete, To display binary version dates
used by bos uninstall command, To install new server binaries
OldFiles directory
as mount point for backup volume, Automating Creation of Backup Volumes
On-line status flag in volume header, To display volume headers
orphaned group, To display group membership
outages
BOS Server role in,, The Basic OverSeer Server
due to automatic server restart, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
due to server process restart, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
due to Ubik election, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
monitoring with scout program, Highlighting Server Outages
overcrowding of disk partition
effect on users, Moving Volumes
moving volumes to reduce, Moving Volumes
overwriting
existing directories/files/links with uss, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
owner
Protection Database entry
changing, To delete Protection Database entries
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
rules for assigning, To create groups

P

package
B instruction in configuration file, Defining a Symbolic Link
C instruction in configuration file, Defining a Block Special Device
compiling prototype files, Compiling Prototype Files, Compiling Prototype Files
configuration file instructions, Package Configuration File Instruction Syntax
configuration files, Compiling Prototype Files
constructing prototype and library files, Constructing Prototype and Library Files
D instruction in configuration file, Local Files versus Symbolic Links
defining block special device in configuration file, Defining a Symbolic Link
defining character special device in configuration file, Defining a Block Special Device
defining directory in configuration file, Local Files versus Symbolic Links
defining file in configuration file, Defining a Directory
defining socket in configuration file, Defining a Character Special Device
defining symbolic link in configuration file, Defining a File
directory structure, The package Directory Structure
example library files, Example Library File
example prototype files, Example Prototype and Library Files
F instruction in configuration file, Defining a Directory
L instruction in configuration file, Defining a File
library files, Example Prototype and Library Files
Makefile, The Package Makefile File
modifying clients to run, Modifying Client Machines
modifying the Makefile, Modifying the Makefile
preparing prototype files, Preparing Prototype Files, Example Library File
prototype file, Using the package Program
S instruction in configuration file, Defining a Character Special Device
to update client, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
package command, To invoke the package program by rebooting
package directory, Modifying Client Machines
PAG
creating with klog or pagsh command, Login and Authentication in AFS
pagsh command, Login and Authentication in AFS
pagsh.krb command, Support for Kerberos Authentication
participation
in AFS global namespace, Participating in the AFS Global Namespace
partition
housing AFS volumes, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
restoring contents using Backup System, Restoring and Recovering Data
restoring using Backup System
to a new location, Using the backup diskrestore Command
to the same location, Using the backup diskrestore Command
salvaging all volumes, Salvaging Volumes
passwd file
(see local password file)
password
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in File and Directory Protection
changing in AFS, Changing Passwords
checking quality of, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
consequences of multiple failed authentication attempts, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
expiration, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
improving security, To create one user account with individual commands
lifetime, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
local password file, Using an AFS-modified login Utility
restricting reuse, Imposing Restrictions on Passwords and Authentication Attempts
setting in Authentication Database, To prohibit reuse of passwords
setting in local password file
with manual account creation, Assigning AFS and UNIX UIDs that Match
with uss, Assigning AFS and UNIX UIDs that Match
performance
cache, Tuning Cache Configuration
permissions on ACL
defined, The AFS ACL Permissions
persistent fstrace event set or trace log, About the fstrace Command Suite
possible variations
on replication, Replication Scenarios
prdb.DB0 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
prdb.DBSYS1 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
preferences
setting, To display server preference ranks
prefix-less group
(see group)
preventing
core leaks, with scheduled BOS Server restarts, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
mutual authentication, To enable authorization checking on a server machine
previewing
user account creation/deletion with uss, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
privacy flags on Protection Database entry, Creating Standard Files in New AFS Accounts
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To set group-creation quota
private use of group, Creating Groups
privilege
(see administrative privilege)
granting for backup commands, Administering the UserList File
granting for bos commands, Administering the UserList File
granting for fs commands, Administering the system:administrators Group
granting for kas commands, Granting Privilege for kas Commands: the ADMIN Flag
granting for pts commands, Administering the system:administrators Group
granting for vos commands, Administering the UserList File
required for afsmonitor program, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
required for fstrace commands, Requirements for Using the fstrace Command Suite
required for scout program, System Requirements
required for uss commands, The Components of an AFS User Account
privileged commands, Managing Authentication and Authorization Requirements
process
lightweight Ubik, Configuring the Cell for Proper Ubik Operation
status flag in BosConfig file, The Information in the BosConfig File
process authentication group
(see PAG)
processes
Authentication Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Backup Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
BOS Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
File Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
NTPD, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Protection Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Salvager, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Update Server, binaries in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
VL Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Volume Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
programs
afsd, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
bosserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
buserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
fileserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
kaserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ntpd, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ntpdc, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
ptserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
runntp, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
salvager, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
udebug, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
upclient, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
upserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
vlserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
volserver, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
protection
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences between AFS and UNIX: A Summary
in AFS, The Protection Server
in UNIX, The Protection Server
Protection Database, The Protection Server
changing username, Displaying and Setting the Quota on User Volumes
creator of entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying for all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
entry name
changing, To change a group's owner
entry, deleting, Deleting Protection Database Entries
group creation quota
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To change the name of a machine or group entry
group entry, Summary of Instructions
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
group entry, creating, To create machine entries in the Protection Database
ID counters, setting, To display the AFS ID counters
machine entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
machine entry, creating, To display all Protection Database entries
machine entry, described, Summary of Instructions
max user id and max group id counters, displaying and setting, To set a Protection Database entry's privacy flags
membership count
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
owner of entry
changing, Changing a Group's Owner
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying for all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
privacy flags
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To set group-creation quota
setting
counters for AFS UIDs, To display the AFS ID counters
user entry
creating with pts createuser command, Creating AFS User Accounts
creating with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
deleting, To remove a user account
deleting with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
user entry, described, Summary of Instructions
protection of file data
AFS compared to UFSACL, Protecting Data in AFS, Differences Between UFS and AFS Data Protection
see also: ACL, Protecting Data in AFS
Protection Server
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
as ptserver process, The ptserver Process: the Protection Server
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
building CPS, Summary of Instructions
description, The Protection Server
restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
runs on database server machine, Simple File Server Machines
when to contact, The ptserver Process: the Protection Server
prototype files in package
about, Using the package Program
constructing, Constructing Prototype and Library Files
examples, Example Prototype and Library Files
preparing, Preparing Prototype Files
pts commands
adduser, Adding and Removing Group Members
for system:administrators group, To add users to the system:administrators group
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
chown, Changing a Group's Owner
creategroup, Using Groups Effectively
createuser
machine entry, Creating User and Machine Entries
user account, To create one user account with individual commands
delete, Deleting Protection Database Entries
when removing user account, To remove a user account
examine, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
granting privilege for, Administering the system:administrators Group
listentries, To list the groups that a user or group owns
listmax, Displaying and Setting the AFS UID and GID Counters
listowned, To display group membership
membership, To display a Protection Database entry
displaying system:administrators group, Administering the system:administrators Group
mutual authentication, bypassing, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
removeuser, To add users and machines to groups
for system:administrators group, To remove users from the system:administrators group
rename
machine or group name, Changing a Protection Database Entry's Name
username, To change a username
setfields
setting group creation quota, Setting Group-Creation Quota
setting privacy flags, Setting the Privacy Flags on Database Entries
setmax, To display the AFS ID counters
ptserver process
(see Protection Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory

R

r ACL permission, The Three File Permissions
RClone field in volume header, To display volume headers
read
ACL permission (see r ACL permission))
shorthand for ACL permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
read-only volume
changing name of, Renaming Volumes
creating, About Clones and Cloning
instructions, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
defined, The Three Types of Volumes
defining site for in VLDB, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
dumping, About Dumping Volumes
ID number in volume header, To display volume headers
mounting, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
moving, Moving Volumes
need for atomic release, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
releasing, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
removing
effect of, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
selecting site, Grouping Related Volumes on a Partition
read/write mount point
(see mount point)
read/write volume
changing name of, Renaming Volumes
cloning
for backup version, Creating Backup Volumes
for replication, About Clones and Cloning
creating, Creating Read/write Volumes
defined, The Three Types of Volumes
dumping, About Dumping Volumes
ID number in volume header, To display volume headers
mounting, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
moving, Moving Volumes
removing
effect of, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
instructions, To remove a volume and unmount it
replication instructions, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
types suitable for replication, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
rebooting
file server machine, limiting, Configuring Partitions to Store AFS Data
server machine, instructions, To change a server machine's IP addresses
recycling
useCounts of tapes (Backup System), Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
regular expression
Backup System, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
regular group
(see group)
regular mount point
(see mount point)
release
status flags on site definitions in VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
release stage in replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
ReleaseClone, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
ReleaseClone volume
ID number in volume header, To display volume headers
releasing
read-only volume, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
read-only volume, forcing new cloning, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
read-only volume, need for atomicity, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
removing
ACL entry, Setting ACL Entries
ADMIN flag from Authentication Database entry, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
all ACL entries, Completely Replacing an ACL
core files from /usr/afs/logs, To display binary version dates
database server machine
from client CellServDB file and kernel memory, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
disk from file server machine, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
group members, To add users and machines to groups
mount point, To remove a mount point, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
when changing username, To change a username
mount point when removing user account, To remove a user account
obsolete .BAK and .OLD version of binaries, To display binary version dates
obsolete AFS IDs from ACL, To copy an ACL between directories
Protection Database entry, To remove a user account, Deleting Protection Database Entries
server encryption key from KeyFile file, Removing Server Encryption Keys
server process from BosConfig file, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file
system:administrators group members, To remove users from the system:administrators group
trace log contents (fstrace), To dump the contents of a trace log
user account components, Removing a User Account
UserList file users, To remove users from the UserList file
volume, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
volume when removing user account, To remove a user account
renaming
user account components, Displaying and Setting the Quota on User Volumes
volume, Renaming Volumes
volume when changing username, To change a username
replacing
all entries on ACL, Completely Replacing an ACL
replicated database files, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
replication
appropriate volumes, Grouping Related Volumes on a Partition
defined, How Volumes Improve AFS Efficiency
definition, Replication
detailed discussion, About Clones and Cloning
determining success of, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
forcing creation of new clone, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
need for all-or-nothing release, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
release stage, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
role of ReleaseClone, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
site definition stage, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
suitable types of volumes, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
variations possible in, Replication Scenarios
requirements
scout program, System Requirements
resetting
disk cache size to default value, To change the disk cache size without rebooting
resizing
scout display, Resizing the scout Display
restart time for BOS Server (automatic)
displaying and setting time, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
restart times for BOS Server
about, Configuring Partitions to Store AFS Data
displaying and setting, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
setting, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
restarting
server process
except BOS Server, To stop and restart all processes including the BOS Server
including BOS Server, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
when changing authorization checking, Authentication versus Authorization
server processes, To stop and immediately restart all processes except the BOS Server
restoring
administrative databases, To back up the administrative databases
Backup Database from tape, Maintaining the Backup Database
data
that no longer exists, Using the backup volrestore Command
data using Backup System, Restoring and Recovering Data
existing data
overwriting, Using the backup volrestore Command
preserving, Using the backup volrestore Command
synchrony of VLDB and volume headers, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
volumes without using AFS Backup System, About Restoring Volumes
restrictions
on hard links in AFS, Creating Hard Links
on volume names, Creating Volumes to Simplify Administration
reverse video
use in scout program display, Highlighting Significant Statistics
reverting
to old version of server process and command binaries, To install new server binaries
roles for server machine, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
determining, The System Control Machine
summary, The Default Quota and ACL on a New Volume
ROnly field in volume header, To display volume headers
root directory, Mount Points, About Mounting Volumes
root superuser
limiting logins, Improving Security in Your Cell
root volumes (root.afs and root.cell), Creating Volumes to Simplify Administration
rules
for uss bulk input file, Creating and Deleting Multiple Accounts with the uss bulk Command
group names, assigning, To create groups
uss template file, Where to Place Template Files
Run status flag in BosConfig file
changing to NotRun, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
runntp
(see NTPD)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
runntp process, The runntp Process
RWrite field in volume header, To display volume headers

S

S instruction
package configuration file, Defining a Character Special Device
uss template file, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
SALVAGE.fs file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
salvage.lock file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
SalvageLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
Salvager
(see Salvager)
as part of fs process, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager, The Information in the BosConfig File
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Salvager
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
instructions for invoking, Salvaging Volumes
running before VLDB/volume header resynchronization, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
when to contact, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
salvaging
volumes, Salvaging Volumes
saving
previous version of server binaries, Installing New Binaries
scheduling
creation of backup volumes, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
scout program, Monitoring and Auditing AFS Performance
attention levels, setting, To start the scout program
banner line, The Banner Line
basename, Using the -basename argument to Specify a Domain Name
command syntax, Resizing the scout Display
display layout, The Layout of the scout Display
display, resizing, Resizing the scout Display
examples (command and display), Example Commands and Displays
features summarized, Using the scout Program
highlighting in, Highlighting Significant Statistics
monitoring disk usage, The Statistics Display Region
outages, monitoring, Highlighting Server Outages
probe reporting line, The Probe Reporting Line
requirements, System Requirements
reverse video, Highlighting Significant Statistics
setting terminal type, System Requirements
starting, Resizing the scout Display
statistics displayed, The Statistics Display Region
stopping, To stop the scout program
script for AFS initialization, Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
secondary site (Ubik), Administering Database Server Machines
security
AFS features, Some Important Security Features
encrypted network communication, Some Important Security Features
suggestions for improving, Improving Security in Your Cell
self-owned group, Creating Groups
server
definition, Servers and Clients
process
definition, Servers and Clients
list of AFS, AFS Server Processes and the Cache Manager
server encryption key, Complex Mutual Authentication, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
adding to KeyFile file, Adding Server Encryption Keys
Authentication Database, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
changing frequently, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
checksum displayed, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
defined, A More Detailed Look at Mutual Authentication, About Server Encryption Keys
displaying from Authentication Database, To display the KeyFile file
displaying from KeyFile file, Displaying Server Encryption Keys
emergency need to replace, Handling Server Encryption Key Emergencies
KeyFile file, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
password-like nature, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
removing from KeyFile file, Removing Server Encryption Keys
role in mutual authentication, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review
setting in Authentication Database, Adding Server Encryption Keys
server entry in VLDB, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
server machine
administering, Administering Server Machines
binary distribution role, Database Server Machines
configuration files in /usr/afs/etc, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
configuration issues, The Default Quota and ACL on a New Volume
database server role, Simple File Server Machines
determining roles, The System Control Machine
first installed, The Default Quota and ACL on a New Volume
monitoring, Configuring Partitions to Store AFS Data
need for consistent version of software, To restore an administrative database
protecting directories on local disk, Replicating the OpenAFS Administrative Databases
rebooting, To change a server machine's IP addresses
roles for
summary, The Default Quota and ACL on a New Volume
roles summarized, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
setting home cell, How to Set the Cell Name
simple file server role, The Four Roles for File Server Machines
system control role, Binary Distribution Machines
uninstalling command & process binaries, To install new server binaries
server preference ranks, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
server process
binaries (see server process binaries)
bosserver, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
buserver, The buserver Process: the Backup Server
creating, Creating and Removing Processes
creating and starting, To create and start a new process
creating ticket (tokens) for, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
cron type, defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
defining in BosConfig file, To create and start a new process
different names for, Brief Descriptions of the AFS Server Processes
displaying entry in BosConfig, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
displaying log files, Displaying Server Process Log Files
displaying status, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
fs, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
fs type, defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
kaserver, The kaserver Process: the Authentication Server
ptserver, The ptserver Process: the Protection Server
removing from BosConfig file, Creating and Removing Processes, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file
restarting
except BOS Server, To stop and restart all processes including the BOS Server
restarting by restarting BOS Server, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
restarting for changed binaries, Installing Server Process Software
restarting immediately after stopping, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
restarting specific processes, To stop and immediately restart all processes except the BOS Server
runntp, The runntp Process
simple type, defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
starting, Creating and Removing Processes
starting up, Stopping and Starting Processes Permanently
stopping permanently, Creating and Removing Processes, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file, Stopping and Starting Processes Permanently, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
upclient, The upserver and upclient Processes: the Update Server
upserver, The upserver and upclient Processes: the Update Server
use of CellServDB file, To display an AFS binary's build level
vlserver, The vlserver Process: the Volume Location Server
server process binaries
displaying time stamp, To revert to the previous version of binaries
in /usr/afs/bin, Local Disk Files on a Server Machine
installing, To restore an administrative database, Installing Server Process Software
removing obsolete, To display binary version dates
reverting to old version, To install new server binaries
uninstalling, To install new server binaries
server ticket, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review
server/client model, Servers and Clients
session key, Complex Mutual Authentication, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review
setting
ACL entries, Setting ACL Entries
ACL for directory with uss, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
ACL on home directory with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry, To check if the ADMIN flag is set
AFS UID and AFS GID counters, To display the AFS ID counters
AFS UID counters, To display the AFS ID counters
AFS user id and max group id counters, To display the AFS ID counters
BOS Server's automatic restart times, To display the BOS Server restart times
Cache Manager preferences for file server machines, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
cell name, How to Set the Cell Name
client interfaces registered with File Server, Managing Multihomed Client Machines
client-to-file-server probe interval, Setting the File Server Probe Interval
counters for AFS UID and AFS GID, To display the AFS ID counters
data cache size in cacheinfo file, To display the current cache size
disk cache location in cacheinfo file, Displaying and Setting the Cache Size and Location
event set (fstrace), To configure the trace log
group-creation quota in Protection Database entry, To change the name of a machine or group entry
home cell for client machine, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
password
in Authentication Database, To prohibit reuse of passwords
privacy flags on Protection Database entry, To set group-creation quota
server machine interfaces registered in VLDB, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
terminal type for scout, System Requirements
ThisCell file (client), value in, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
volume quota
on multiple volumes, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
on single volume, To set quota for a single volume
volume quota with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
setuid programs, Determining if a Client Can Run Setuid Programs
restrictions on, Setuid Programs
setting mode bits, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
share command, To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine
shared secret, A More Detailed Look at Mutual Authentication
shared use of group, Creating Groups
shorthand notation
ACL permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
simple file server machine, The Four Roles for File Server Machines
identifying with bos status, To locate the binary distribution machine for a system type
simple process
creating with bos create command, To create and start a new process
simple server process
defining in BosConfig file, To create and start a new process
simple-type server process
defined, The Information in the BosConfig File
site
count in VLDB, To display VLDB entries
volume, defined, The Three Types of Volumes
site definition stage in replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
slowed performance
preventing in AFS, Caching and Callbacks
socket
creating with package, Defining a Character Special Device
ssh command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
sshd command
AFS compared to UNIX, Differences in the Semantics of Standard UNIX Commands
stages in volume replication, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
starting
database server process, about, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
scout program, Resizing the scout Display
server process, Creating and Removing Processes, Stopping and Starting Processes Permanently
statistics display by scout program, The Statistics Display Region
status
displaying for server process, To display the status of server processes and their BosConfig entries
status flag
release, on site definitions in VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
status flag for process in BosConfig file
Run and Not Run, meaning of, The Information in the BosConfig File
status flag in BosConfig file
changing NotRun to Run, To start processes by changing their status flags to Run
changing Run to NotRun, To stop a process by changing its status to NotRun
status flags in volume header, To display volume headers
stopping
database server process, about, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
server process
permanently, To stop a process and remove it from the BosConfig file, Stopping and Starting Processes Permanently
server process and immediately restarting, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
Store statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region
strings command, Displaying A Binary File's Build Level
suitability of volumes for replication, Using Read-only Volumes Effectively
symbolic link
at second level of AFS pathname, The Top /afs Level
creating with package, Defining a File
creating with uss, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
overwritten by uss if exists, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
symptoms
of VLDB/volume header desynchronization, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
volume corruption, Salvaging Volumes
synchronization site (Ubik)
defined, Administering Database Server Machines
flexibility, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
synchrony
controlling for Cache Manager write operations, Enabling Asynchronous Writes
when AFS files saved on NFS clients, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
synchrony of VLDB and volume headers
maintained by VL and Volume Servers, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized
restoring, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
symptoms of lack of, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
sys (@sys) variable in pathnames, Enabling Access to Foreign Cells
sys command, Displaying and Setting the System Type Name
sysid file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
system control machine, Binary Distribution Machines
as distributor of UserList file, Administering the UserList File
CellServDB file, distributing to server machines, Maintaining the Server CellServDB File
identifying with bos status, To locate database server machines
source for common KeyFile file, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
system groups
defined, About the Protection Database
using on ACLs, Using Groups on ACLs
system outages
due to automatic server restart, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
due to server process restart, Stopping and Immediately Restarting Processes
due to Ubik election, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
reducing, The Basic OverSeer Server
system:administrators group, About the Protection Database
about, Using AFS Protection Groups
members
adding, To add users to the system:administrators group
displaying, Administering the system:administrators Group
removing, To remove users from the system:administrators group
privileges resulting, Administering the system:administrators Group
system:anyuser group, About the Protection Database
about, Using AFS Protection Groups
using on ACLs, Using Groups on ACLs
system:authuser group, About the Protection Database
about, Using AFS Protection Groups
using on ACLs, Using Groups on ACLs

T

tape (Backup System)
automating mounting and unmounting, Creating a Device Configuration File
eliminating check for proper name, Enabling Default Responses to Error Conditions
scanning, To display a volume's dump history
Tape Coordinator (Backup System)
adding to Backup Database, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
assigning file ownership, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
automating tape mounting and unmounting, Creating a Device Configuration File
configuring
AIX system, Configuring Tape Coordinator Machines and Tape Devices
machine, Configuring Tape Coordinator Machines and Tape Devices
tape device, Configuring Tape Coordinator Machines and Tape Devices
described, Tape Coordinator Machines, Port Offsets, and Backup Data Files
device configuration file (CFG), Creating a Device Configuration File
eliminating check for proper tape name, Enabling Default Responses to Error Conditions
eliminating search/prompt for initial tape, The Available Parameters and Required Exit Codes
filemark
described, Tape Labels, Dump Labels, and EOF Markers
determining size, Configuring the tapeconfig File
port offset number
assigning, Configuring the tapeconfig File
defined, Tape Coordinator Machines, Port Offsets, and Backup Data Files
displaying, To unconfigure a Tape Coordinator
process
starting, Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process
removing from Backup Database, To configure an additional Tape Coordinator on an existing Tape Coordinator machine
starting, Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process
status
displaying, To stop a Tape Coordinator process
stopping, To start a Tape Coordinator process
task ID numbers, Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process
using default responses to errors, Eliminating the Search or Prompt for the Initial Tape
tape labels
useCounts of tapes, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
tape recycling schedules, Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
tapeconfig file, Configuring the tapeconfig File
ownership, assigning, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
tapes (Backup System)
archiving, Archiving Tapes
capacity
determining, Configuring the tapeconfig File
recording on label, Writing and Reading Tape Labels
eliminating search/prompt for initial, The Available Parameters and Required Exit Codes
label
creating, Writing and Reading Tape Labels
described, Tape Labels, Dump Labels, and EOF Markers
displaying, Writing and Reading Tape Labels
names
assigning, Writing and Reading Tape Labels
described, Dump Hierarchies, Dump Levels and Expiration Dates
task ID numbers (Backup System), Starting and Stopping the Tape Coordinator Process
terminal type
setting for afsmonitor, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
setting for scout program, System Requirements
TGS, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review
ThisCell file (client), Configuration Files in the /usr/vice/etc Directory
how used by programs, Why Choosing the Appropriate Cell Name is Important
setting value in, Setting a Client Machine's Cell Membership
ThisCell file (server), Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
thresholds for statistics in scout display
setting, To start the scout program
Ticket Granting Service, Keys and Mutual Authentication: A Review
ticket-granter, Complex Mutual Authentication
tickets
(see tokens)
time stamp
on binary file, listing, To revert to the previous version of binaries
tokens
command, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
creating for server process, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
data in, Complex Mutual Authentication
discarding with knfs command, To display tokens using the knfs command
discarding with unlog command, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
displaying for user, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
displaying with knfs command, To authenticate using the knfs command
one-per-cell rule, Login and Authentication in AFS
setting default lifetimes for users, Setting Default Token Lifetimes for Users
tokens.krb command, Support for Kerberos Authentication
trace log (fstrace)
clearing contents, To dump the contents of a trace log
configuring, Activating the Trace Log
displaying state, To display the state of an event set
dumping, Dumping and Clearing the Trace Log
persistence, About the fstrace Command Suite
trace log from (fstrace)
cmfx, About the fstrace Command Suite
translating
directory/file name to volume ID number, To display the name of the volume that contains a file
directory/file name to volume location, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
directory/file name to volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume ID number to name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume name to ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume name/ID number to volume location, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
translator
NFS/AFS, Managing the NFS/AFS Translator
transparent access as AFS feature, The Uniform Namespace and Transparent Access
turning off authorization checking, Controlling Authorization Checking on a Server Machine
turning on authorization checking, To disable authorization checking on a server machine
type flag for volume
VLDB entry, To display VLDB entries
volume header, To display volume headers

U

Ubik
automatic updates, Administering Database Server Machines
consistency guarantees, How Ubik Operates Automatically
election of coordinator, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
failure due to mismatched server encryption keys, Handling Server Encryption Key Emergencies
features summarized, Configuring the Cell for Proper Ubik Operation
majority defined, How Ubik Uses Timestamped Messages
operation described, Administering Database Server Machines
requirements summarized, Replicating the OpenAFS Administrative Databases
server and client portions, Configuring the Cell for Proper Ubik Operation
use of CellServDB file, To display an AFS binary's build level
use of NetInfo and NetRestrict files, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
udebug
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
UFS
file protection compared to AFS, Differences Between UFS and AFS Data Protection
mode bits, interpretation in AFS, How AFS Interprets the UNIX Mode Bits
umount command, To unmount and remove a disk housing AFS volumes
undefined ACL permissions, The Eight Auxiliary Permissions
uninstalling
server process and command suite binaries, To install new server binaries
UNIX
differences from AFS summarized, Issues in Cell Configuration and Administration
mode bits, interpretation in AFS, How AFS Interprets the UNIX Mode Bits
UID
functional difference from AFS UID, The Kerberos KDC
UNIX UID
difference from AFS UID, To display a Protection Database entry
matching with AFS UID, Creating Local Password File Entries with uss, The Components of an AFS User Account
unlocking
VLDB entry, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
unlog command, Using Two-Step Login and Authentication
when handling key emergency, Disabling Authorization Checking in an Emergency
UNMOUNT instruction in CFG_device_name file, Creating a Device Configuration File
unmounting
file server machine disk, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
volume, To remove a mount point, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
upclient
(see Update Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
update date
recorded in volume header, To display volume headers
Update Server
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Update Server
as upserver and upclient processes, The upserver and upclient Processes: the Update Server
binaries in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
CellServDB file (server), distributing, Maintaining the Server CellServDB File
client portion, The Update Server
for binaries, Database Server Machines
for configuration files, The System Control Machine
description, The Update Server
distributing server configuration files, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
distributor of KeyFile file, Maintaining AFS Server Encryption Keys
server portion, The Update Server
on binary distribution machine, Database Server Machines
on system control machine, The System Control Machine
when to contact, The upserver and upclient Processes: the Update Server
updating
CellServDB file (client) with or without package, To display the list of database server machines in kernel memory
upserver
(see Update Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
useCount counter on tape label (Backup System), Creating a Tape Recycling Schedule
user
account (see user account)
adding to group, Adding and Removing Group Members
AFS UID, assigning, Executing Commands with the X Instruction, Creating AFS User Accounts
group memberships
displaying number, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
group memberships, displaying, To display a Protection Database entry
group-creation quota
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To change the name of a machine or group entry
groups owned, displaying, To display group membership
name (see username)
privacy flags on Protection Database entry
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
setting, To set group-creation quota
Protection Database entry
deleting, Deleting Protection Database Entries
displaying, Displaying Information from the Protection Database
displaying all, To list the groups that a user or group owns
Protection Database entry, described, Summary of Instructions
removing from group, To add users and machines to groups
user account
components, Overview of the uss Command Suite
configuration issues, Setting Server Preferences
converting existing UNIX to AFS
with manual account creation, Specifying Passwords in the Local Password File
with uss, Creating a Common Source Password File
creating
standard files in, Making a Backup Version of User Volumes Available
with individual commands, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
creating different types with uss, Constructing a uss Template File
creating/deleting many at once, To delete an AFS account
creation using uss
previewing, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
deleting with uss, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
deletion using uss
previewing, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
matching AFS and UNIX UIDs, Creating Local Password File Entries with uss
methods for grouping, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
removing from system, Removing a User Account
suggestions for grouping home directories, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
two methods for creating and deleting, Creating and Deleting User Accounts with the uss Command Suite
uss commands to create/delete
previewing, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
UserList file, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
adding users, To add users to the UserList file
displaying, Administering the UserList File
privileges resulting, Administering the UserList File
removing users, To remove users from the UserList file
username
assigning
with pts createuser command, Creating AFS User Accounts
with uss, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
changing, Displaying and Setting the Quota on User Volumes
choosing, Configuring AFS User Accounts
part of volume name, Choosing Usernames and Naming Other Account Components
use by Kerberos, The Kerberos KDC
usr/afs/backup directory
ownership, assigning, To configure a Tape Coordinator machine
usr/afs/bin directory
removing obsolete .BAK and .OLD files, To display binary version dates
usr/afs/bin directory on server machines
contents listed, Local Disk Files on a Server Machine
usr/afs/bin/bosserver, The bosserver Process: the Basic OverSeer Server
usr/afs/db directory on server machines
contents listed, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
usr/afs/etc directory on server machines
contents listed, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
usr/afs/local directory on server machines
contents listed, Common Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/etc Directory
usr/afs/logs directory on server machines
contents listed, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
usr/vice/cache directory, Cache-Related Files
usr/vice/etc directory, Configuration and Cache-Related Files on the Local Disk
uss
account
recovering from account creation failure, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
AFS UID, assigning, Creating Local Password File Entries with uss
command
reissuing, effect of, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
hard link, creating, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
previewing effect of command, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
symbolic link, creating, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
uss bulk input file
rules for constructing, Creating and Deleting Multiple Accounts with the uss bulk Command
uss commands
ACL, setting for directory, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
ACL, setting on home directory, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
add, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
avoiding interruption, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
advantages over individual account-creation commands, Moving Local Files into AFS
bulk, To create and delete multiple AFS user accounts
command, executing with X instruction, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
converting existing UNIX accounts, Creating a Common Source Password File
creating individual user account, Executing Commands with the X Instruction
creating/deleting user accounts in bulk, To delete an AFS account
delete, To delete an AFS account
avoiding interruption, Privilege Requirements for the uss Commands
deleting individual user account, To create an AFS account with the uss add command
directory
creating, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
distributing evenly with G instruction, Example uss Templates
file, creating by echoing one line, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
file, creating from prototype, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
local password file
creating common source version, Specifying Passwords in the Local Password File
overwriting existing account components, Avoiding and Recovering from Errors and Interrupted Operations
password/authentication security, setting with A instruction, Creating Links with the L and S Instructions
privilege required, The Components of an AFS User Account
volume
creating with V instruction, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction
mounting, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
setting quota, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
uss template file
A instruction, Creating Links with the L and S Instructions
ACL, setting
directory created by D instruction, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
user home directory with V instruction, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
advantages, Moving Local Files into AFS
command, executing with X instruction, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
constants, Creating the Three Types of User Accounts
D instruction, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
directory
creating with D instruction, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
G instruction for even distribution, Example uss Templates
E instruction, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
examples, About Creating Local Disk Directories and Files
F instruction, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
file
creating by echoing one line, Creating a File from a Prototype with the F Instruction
creating from prototype, Creating a Directory with the D Instruction
G instruction, Example uss Templates
hard link, creating, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
instructions for different account types, Constructing a uss Template File
instructions summarized, Moving Local Files into AFS
L instruction, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
mount point, creating with V instruction, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
number variables, Using Constants and Variables in the Template File
password/authentication security, setting with A instruction, Creating Links with the L and S Instructions
quota on volume, setting with V instruction, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
rules for constructing, Where to Place Template Files
S instruction, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
standard locations, Using Constants and Variables in the Template File
symbolic link, creating, Creating One-Line Files with the E Instruction
V instruction, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction
variables, Creating the Three Types of User Accounts
volume
creating with V instruction, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction
X instruction, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
zero-length, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction

V

V.vol_ID.vol file, Volume Headers on Server Partitions
variable
AFSCELL, Performing Backup Operations as the Local Superuser Root or in a Foreign Cell
variables
@sys in pathnames, Enabling Access to Foreign Cells
in uss template file, Creating the Three Types of User Accounts
variations possible
in replication, Replication Scenarios
vicep directory on server machines
contents listed, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
VL Server
about starting and stopping, About Starting and Stopping the Database Server Processes
as vlserver process, The vlserver Process: the Volume Location Server
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Cache Manager preference ranks for, Maintaining Server Preference Ranks
description, The Volume Location (VL) Server
importance to transparent access, The Volume Location (VL) Server
restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file, To display a cell's database server machines
restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file, To add a database server machine to the CellServDB file
role in VLDB/volume header synchronization, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized
runs on database server machine, Simple File Server Machines
when to contact, The vlserver Process: the Volume Location Server
VLDB, The Volume Location (VL) Server
defining read-only site in, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
displaying entry
with volume header, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
displaying volume entry, Displaying VLDB Entries
intention flag set by VL Server, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
locking/unlocking entry, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
release status flags in volume entry, To display VLDB entries
server machine interfaces registered
listed in sysid file, Local Configuration Files in the /usr/afs/local Directory
site count for volume, To display VLDB entries
synchronizing with volume headers, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
volume entry, Volume Information in the VLDB
volume type flags, To display VLDB entries
vldb.DB0 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
vldb.DBSYS1 file, Replicated Database Files in the /usr/afs/db Directory
VLLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
vlserver
(see VL Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
Vn file (data cache), Cache-Related Files
vnode index, About Clones and Cloning
VolserLog file, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
displaying, Displaying Server Process Log Files
volserver
(see Volume Server)
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
volume
as unit of
backup, Volumes
replication, Volumes
resource management, Volumes
as unit of backup, How Volumes Improve AFS Efficiency
as unit of replication, How Volumes Improve AFS Efficiency
automating creation of backup version, Backing Up Multiple Volumes at Once
backing up using Backup System, Backing Up Data
backup (see backup volume)
Backup System dump history, displaying, To display dump records
benefits for efficiency, How Volumes Improve AFS Efficiency
correspondence with directory, Volumes
counter in header for number of accesses, To display volume headers
creating backup version of many at once, Creating Backup Volumes
creating with uss, Evenly Distributing User Home Directories with the G Instruction
Creation date in volume header, To display volume headers
defined, About Volumes
definition, Volumes
direct access, To access volumes directly by volume ID
displaying information about, Displaying Information About Volumes
dumping without AFS Backup System, Dumping and Restoring Volumes
entry in VLDB, Volume Information in the VLDB
flushing from data cache on client machine, Forcing the Update of Cached Data
grouping related on same partition, Assigning Volume Names
header (see volume header)
in load balancing, Volumes, How Volumes Improve AFS Efficiency
Last Update date in volume header, To display volume headers
location (see volume location)
mounting, Mount Points
about, About Mounting Volumes
more than once, About Mounting Volumes
moving, Moving Volumes
name (see volume name)
overwriting contents during Backup System restore, Using the backup volrestore Command
preserving contents during Backup System restore, Using the backup volrestore Command
quota (see volume quota)
read-only (see read-only volume)
read/write (see read/write volume)
removing
alternate commands, Other Removal Commands
basic instructions, Removing Volumes and their Mount Points
when removing user account, To remove a user account
renaming, Renaming Volumes
replicating, About Clones and Cloning
restoring
using Backup System, Restoring and Recovering Data
with vos restore command, About Restoring Volumes
root (root.afs and root.cell), Creating Volumes to Simplify Administration
root directory of, Mount Points
salvaging, Salvaging Volumes
separate for each top level directory, The Third Level
site, defined, The Three Types of Volumes
size, displaying, To display percent quota used
symptoms of corruption, Salvaging Volumes
synchronizing VLDB and volume header, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
type to replicate, Grouping Related Volumes on a Partition
where to place replicated, Grouping Related Volumes on a Partition
volume entry (Backup System)
creating, To create a volume set
defined, Volume Sets and Volume Entries
deleting, To delete a volume set
displaying, To add a volume entry to a volume set
volume entry (VLDB)
displaying, Displaying VLDB Entries
volume header
about, The Information in Volume Headers
displaying
only, Displaying Volume Headers
with VLDB entry, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
in /vicep directories, Log Files in the /usr/afs/logs Directory
synchronizing with VLDB, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
volume ID number
learning
from volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
learning from directory/file name, To display the name of the volume that contains a file
translating
to volume location, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
to volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
volume location
learning from directory/file name, To display the ID number of the volume that contains a file
learning from volume name/ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
Volume Location Server
(see VL Server)
volume name
changing
basic instructions, Renaming Volumes
when renaming user, To change a username
conventions, About Volume Names
conventions for, The Third Level
learning
from directory/file name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
from volume ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
restrictions, Creating Volumes to Simplify Administration
translating
to volume ID number, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
to volume location, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
two required, Creating Volumes to Simplify Administration
volume quota
default for new volume, Creating Read/write Volumes
displaying
percent used, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
with volume &partition info, To display quota, current size, and other information
with volume size, To display percent quota used
recorded in volume header, To display volume headers
setting
on multiple volumes, To set maximum quota on one or more volumes
on single volume, To set quota for a single volume
with uss, Creating a Volume with the V Instruction
Volume Server
as part of fs process, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager, The Information in the BosConfig File
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
description, The Volume Server
displaying log file, Displaying Server Process Log Files
role in VLDB/volume header synchronization, Keeping the VLDB and Volume Headers Synchronized
when to contact, The fs Collection of Processes: the File Server, Volume Server and Salvager
volume set (Backup System)
creating, Defining and Displaying Volume Sets and Volume Entries
defined, Volume Sets and Volume Entries
deleting, To display volume sets and volume entries
deleting volume entry, To delete a volume set
displaying, To add a volume entry to a volume set
volume entry (see volume entry)
VolumeItems file, Cache-Related Files
vos commands
addsite, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
backup, To create and mount a backup volume
backupsys, To create and mount a backup volume
binary in /usr/afs/bin, Binaries in the /usr/afs/bin Directory
changeaddr, To display all server entries from the VLDB
create
basic instructions, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
when creating user account, To create one user account with individual commands
delentry, Other Removal Commands
dump, About Dumping Volumes
examine
basic instructions, Displaying One Volume's VLDB Entry and Volume Header
to learn volume ID, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
to learn volume name, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
granting privilege for, Administering the UserList File
listaddrs, To create or edit the server NetRestrict file
listpart, Adding or Removing Disks and Partitions
listvldb
syntax, Displaying VLDB Entries
to learn volume location, Displaying the Name or Location of the Volume that Contains a File
listvol
output with -extended flag, To display volume headers
output with -fast flag, To display volume headers
output with -long flag, To display volume headers
syntax, Displaying Volume Headers
lock, Unlocking and Locking VLDB Entries
move
basic instructions, Moving Volumes
when removing file server machine disk, To add and mount a new disk to house AFS volumes
mutual authentication, bypassing, Bypassing Mutual Authentication for an Individual Command
partinfo, To create (and mount) a read/write volume
release
basic instructions, To replicate a read/write volume (create a read-only volume)
forcing new cloning with -f flag, Replicating Volumes (Creating Read-only Volumes)
remove
basic instructions, To remove a volume and unmount it
when removing user account, To remove a user account
remsite, Other Removal Commands
rename
basic instructions, Renaming Volumes
when changing username, To change a username
restore
to create new volume, About Restoring Volumes
to overwrite volume, To restore a dump into a new volume and mount it
summary of functions, The vlserver Process: the Volume Location Server
syncserv
effect, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
syntax, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
syncvldb
effect, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
syntax, Synchronizing the VLDB and Volume Headers
unlock, To lock a VLDB entry
unlockvldb, To unlock a single VLDB entry
zap, Other Removal Commands

W

w ACL permission, The Three File Permissions
weekly restart of BOS Server (automatic)
about, Configuring Partitions to Store AFS Data
displaying and setting time, Setting the BOS Server's Restart Times
which command, Displaying A Binary File's Build Level
window
resizing scout display, Resizing the scout Display
write
ACL permission (see write ACL permission)
operations delayed from NFS clients, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
shorthand for ACL permissions, Shorthand Notation for Sets of Permissions
system call for files saved on AFS client, AFS Implements Save on Close
system call for files saved on NFS client, Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines
Ws statistic from scout program, The Statistics Display Region

X

X instruction
uss template file, Increasing Account Security with the A Instruction
xstat as requirement for running afsmonitor, Requirements for running the afsmonitor program
xstat data collection facility, The xstat Data Collection Facility
data collections, The libxstat Libraries
example commands, Example xstat Commands
libxstat_cm.a library, The xstat Data Collection Facility
libxstat_fs.a library, The xstat Data Collection Facility
obtaining more information, The libxstat Libraries
xstat_cm_test example command, To use the example xstat_fs_test command
xstat_fs_test example command, Example xstat Commands