I have some difficulties understanding your comment. I've looked at OpenAFS for a tiny bit of time, my impression is exactly what you say: it is a filesystem, and PAG is a system for you to tell the filesystem who you are. How is this is anything to do with process container, which seems to be mainly a tool for system administrators or service startup scripts to limit the amount (rather than identities) of system resources like CPU and network bandwidth (rather than files) that the process can use, based on the "echo" commands executed by administrator manually or via scripts (rather than via the user creation and login procedure)?
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