# UNIX ## AFS Backend Delegated administration of certain volumes. Available at ## [[BackupAFS]] Backup [[OpenAFS]] volumes to a backup server's local disk or attached RAID. Supports full and multi-level incremental dumps, exponential expiry, and configuration via conf files or a web interface. Available at ## Balancing Balance volumes, usage, and accesses among servers. Available at ## Frak Show differences between AFS file trees or volumes Available at ## FSR Recursive wrapper around fs directory commands Available at: ## [[LibNSS]]-AFS Uses the ptdb (ptserver) to resolve username-to-userid and userid-to-username (NSS) queries on platforms that use GNU Libc. Available at: ## LSMounts Search through a directory for mount points Available at: Gio qua tet ## Nagios Monitoring Nagios-compatible probes to monitor AFS Available at: ## Mount Points Maintain a database of volume mount points Available at: ## MVTO Smart vos move with usage balancing Available at: ## Pam-AFS-Session AFS PAG and token PAM session module Available at: ## Pam-KRB5 Kerberos v5 PAM module Available at: ## Partinfo Nicely formatted partition usage report Available at: ## PHPafsfree A PHP/GD AFS fileserver disk utilization grapher inspired by the original tcl/tk afsfree script. Available at: ## Reporting DB Load AFS metadata into a SQL database for reporting Available at: ## [[VolCreate]] Smart vos create with automatic volume placement Available at: ## [[VolNuke]] Smart vos remove that finds volume location Available at: # Linux ## AFS Tokens GUI Obtain and delete your AFS tokens via Kerberos 5 login. Manage your group membership and owned groups. Source and binaries available at [https://forge.cornell.edu/sf/frs/do/viewSummary/projects.afs\_tokens/frs](https://forge.cornell.edu/sf/frs/do/viewSummary/projects.afs_tokens/frs) ## Kvibille Nautilus Plugin Graphical editor for AFS access control lists (ACL). Works as a Nautilus plugin and as a standalone application. RHEL4 rpms (standalone app only), source and binary, available at /afs/cnf.cornell.edu/shares/public/outside\_users/openafs/kvibille RHEL5 rpms available at and [http://ayo.sys.kth.se/kth/linux/5/x86\_64/misc/](http://ayo.sys.kth.se/kth/linux/5/x86_64/misc/) Main source tree available at ## Nautilus for RHEL4 The stock Nautilus with RHEL4, like the Mac OS X finder, attempts to "help" you by pre-determining access to AFS files and folders based on the unix permissions. This version has a small hack which will always return access allowed such that the access decision is made by AFS itself. Prior to 2.8.1-5.EL4, an additional hack was necessary for nautilus to respect the user's umask settings. RPMS available at /afs/cnf.cornell.edu/shares/public/outside\_users/openafs/nautilus # Macintosh ## AFS Tokens GUI Obtain and delete your AFS tokens via Kerberos 5 login. Manage your group membership and owned groups. Source and binaries available at [https://forge.cornell.edu/sf/frs/do/viewSummary/projects.afs\_tokens/frs](https://forge.cornell.edu/sf/frs/do/viewSummary/projects.afs_tokens/frs) ## AFS Commander Afs Commander is the development version Apple OSX AFS Preference Pane, made for simplify the afs client administration and usability. Available at [http://www.lnf.infn.it/~bisegni/Main/Afs\_Commander.html](http://www.lnf.infn.it/~bisegni/Main/Afs_Commander.html) ## Contextual Menu Plug-in for Finder Provides access list and volume quota information. AFS access control lists can be added, modified, and deleted. Volume information on user quota and disk space usage are available. Available at [http://www.ncsu.edu/mac/pn/index.php?name=UpDownload&req=viewdownloaddetails&lid=10](http://www.ncsu.edu/mac/pn/index.php?name=UpDownload&req=viewdownloaddetails&lid=10) -- [[RedFyre]] - 01 Aug 2008