NCM::afsclt - NCM AFS client configuration component
Sets ThisCell and enables AFS authentication (via authconfig) and a few options in
/etc/sysconfig/iptablesfor the AFS client callback port.
/etc/sysconfig/afs: reset to defaults iptables: remove the AFS ports authconfig: no action CellServDB: no action
activates/deactivates the component.
local AFS cell for this machine
make AFS client set the system time or not.
various command-line options for the afsd daemon
desired AFS cache size on disk, in 1K blocks. The running AFS cache will get adjusted online, and $afs_cacheinfo will be changed if required. Please note that an available (mounted) AFS cache partition has precedence over this value, i.e. you cannot force a lower usage of the cache partition. For Linux machines, a cache partition will use CACHESIZE=AUTOMATIC, for other OSes, a hardcoded fill rate of 85% is used.
A regularly-updated AFS CellServDB URL or filename (e.g. from AFS) that this component will copy to local disk. The local AFS client will get notified of any additions or changes within a cell.
Components to be run before:
Components to be run after:
Jaroslaw Polok <>
fs help, iptables documentation
Previous versions insisted on configuring a PAM
this didn't really work for local accounts such as root...