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CRFS and POHMELFS

CRFS and POHMELFS

Posted Feb 7, 2008 10:41 UTC (Thu) by IkeTo (subscriber, #2122)
In reply to: CRFS and POHMELFS by heini
Parent article: CRFS and POHMELFS

From AFS FAQ:

> Subject: 2.01  What are the differences between AFS and a unix filesystem?
> ...
>    Authentication:                                         [ User ]
> ...
>    File permissions:                                       [ User ]
> ...
>   Data protection with AFS ACLs:                          [ User ]
> ...
>   Protection groups:                                      [ User ]
> ...
>   Hard links:                                             [ User ]
> ...
>   Changing file protection by moving a file:              [ User ]
> ...
>   chown and chgrp:                                        [ User ]
> ... 
>   Save on close:                                          [ Programmer ]
> ...
>   byte-range file locking:                                [ Programmer ]
> ...
>   whole file locking:                                     [ Programmer ]
> ...
>   character and block special files:                      [ SysAdmin ]
> ...
>   AFS version of fsck:                                    [ SysAdmin ]
> ...

Is this the type of things that CRFS explicitly says they want to avoid?


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