xml-docbook-documentation-first-pass-20060915
authorChas Williams <chas@cmf.nrl.navy.mil>
Sat, 16 Sep 2006 01:13:22 +0000 (01:13 +0000)
committerDerrick Brashear <shadow@dementia.org>
Sat, 16 Sep 2006 01:13:22 +0000 (01:13 +0000)
needs more massaging to make it fit the tree, but, get it here first

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+IDX5538 <indexterm><primary>network</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5539 <indexterm><primary>network</primary><secondary>as computing environment</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5540 <indexterm><primary>environment</primary><secondary>types compared</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5541 <indexterm><primary>mainframe</primary><secondary>computing environment</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5542 <indexterm><primary>personal</primary><secondary>computing environment</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5543 <indexterm><primary>file system</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5544 <indexterm><primary>distributed file system</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5545 <indexterm><primary>server/client model</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5546 <indexterm><primary>server</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5547 <indexterm><primary>client</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5548 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5549 <indexterm><primary>server</primary><secondary>process</secondary><tertiary>definition</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5550 <indexterm><primary>client</primary><secondary>machine</secondary><tertiary>definition</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5551 <indexterm><primary>personal</primary><secondary>workstation</secondary><tertiary>as typical AFS machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5552 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5553 <indexterm><primary>local cell</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5554 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>local</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5555 <indexterm><primary>foreign cell</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5556 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>foreign</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5557 <indexterm><primary>transparent access as AFS feature</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5558 <indexterm><primary>access</primary><secondary>transparent (AFS feature)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5559 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5560 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>in load balancing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5561 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>correspondence with directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5562 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>correspondence with volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5563 <indexterm><primary>correspondence</primary><secondary>of volumes and directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5564 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>as unit of</secondary><tertiary>replication</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5565 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>as unit of</secondary><tertiary>backup</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5566 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>as unit of</secondary><tertiary>resource management</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5567 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5568 <indexterm><primary>root directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5569 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>root</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5570 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>root directory of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5571 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5572 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5573 <indexterm><primary>clone</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5574 <indexterm><primary>caching</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5575 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>reducing traffic in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5576 <indexterm><primary>network</primary><secondary>reducing traffic through caching</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5577 <indexterm><primary>slowed performance</primary><secondary>preventing in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5578 <indexterm><primary>callback</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5579 <indexterm><primary>consistency guarantees</primary><secondary>cached data</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5580 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>server processes used in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5581 <indexterm><primary>server</primary><secondary>process</secondary><tertiary>list of AFS</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5582 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5583 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5584 <indexterm><primary>system outages</primary><secondary>reducing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5585 <indexterm><primary>outages</primary><secondary>BOS Server role in,</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5586 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5587 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary></secondary><see>AFS UID</see></indexterm>
+IDX5588 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>use by Kerberos</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5589 <indexterm><primary>UNIX</primary><secondary>UID</secondary><tertiary>functional difference from AFS UID</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5590 <indexterm><primary>Kerberos</primary><secondary>use of usernames</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5591 <indexterm><primary>protection</primary><secondary>in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5592 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5593 <indexterm><primary>protection</primary><secondary>in UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5594 <indexterm><primary>access</primary><secondary></secondary><see>ACL</see></indexterm>
+IDX5595 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5596 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5597 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5598 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5599 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5600 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>importance to transparent access</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5601 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5602 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>server portion</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5603 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>client portion</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5604 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>Backup Server described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5605 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5606 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5607 <indexterm><primary>ntpd</primary><secondary>description</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5608 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>functions of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5609 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>differences from UNIX summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5610 <indexterm><primary>UNIX</primary><secondary>differences from AFS summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5611 <indexterm><primary>differences</primary><secondary>between AFS and UNIX, summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5612 <indexterm><primary>protection</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5613 <indexterm><primary>authentication</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5614 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5615 <indexterm><primary>chmod command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5616 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>chmod (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5617 <indexterm><primary>setuid programs</primary><secondary>setting mode bits</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5618 <indexterm><primary>chown command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5619 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>chown (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5620 <indexterm><primary>chgrp command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5621 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>chgrp (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5622 <indexterm><primary>ftpd command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5623 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>ftpd (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5624 <indexterm><primary>groups command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5625 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>groups (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5626 <indexterm><primary>inetd command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5627 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>inetd (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5628 <indexterm><primary>ln command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5629 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>ln (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5630 <indexterm><primary>rcp command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5631 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rcp (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5632 <indexterm><primary>rlogind command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5633 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rlogind (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5634 <indexterm><primary>rsh command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5635 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rsh (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5636 <indexterm><primary>fsck command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5637 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fsck (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5638 <indexterm><primary>fsck command</primary><secondary>AFS version</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5639 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fsck (AFS version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5640 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>lost+found</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5641 <indexterm><primary>lost+found directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5642 <indexterm><primary>hard link</primary><secondary>AFS restrictions on</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5643 <indexterm><primary>restrictions</primary><secondary>on hard links in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5644 <indexterm><primary>fsync system call</primary><secondary>for files saved on AFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5645 <indexterm><primary>close system call</primary><secondary>for files saved on AFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5646 <indexterm><primary>write</primary><secondary>system call for files saved on AFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5647 <indexterm><primary>setuid programs</primary><secondary>restrictions on</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5648 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>choosing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5649 <indexterm><primary>choosing</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>cell</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5650 <indexterm><primary>conventions</primary><secondary>cell name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5651 <indexterm><primary>Internet</primary><secondary>conventions for cell name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5652 <indexterm><primary>Internet</primary><secondary>Network Information Center</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5653 <indexterm><primary>Network Information Center (for Internet)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5654 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>cell name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5655 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5656 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>setting home cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5657 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>setting home cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5658 <indexterm><primary>ThisCell file (client)</primary><secondary>how used by programs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5659 <indexterm><primary>participation</primary><secondary>in AFS global namespace</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5660 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>global namespace</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5661 <indexterm><primary>global namespace</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5662 <indexterm><primary>conventions</primary><secondary>AFS pathnames</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5663 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>root directory (/afs)</secondary><tertiary>on client machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5664 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>/afs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5665 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>at second level in file tree</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5666 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>/afs/<emphasis>cellname</emphasis></secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5667 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>at second level in file tree</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5668 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>making local visible to foreign</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5669 <indexterm><primary>local cell</primary><secondary>making visible to foreign cells</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5670 <indexterm><primary>foreign cell</primary><secondary>making local cell visible</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5671 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>global CellServDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5672 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file maintained by AFS Product Support</primary><secondary>as global update source</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5673 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CellServDB.local</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5674 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB.local file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5675 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>making foreign visible to local</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5676 <indexterm><primary>local cell</primary><secondary>making foreign cells visible in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5677 <indexterm><primary>foreign cell</primary><secondary>making visible in local cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5678 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>making foreign cell visible</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5679 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>granting local access to foreign users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5680 <indexterm><primary>local cell</primary><secondary>granting foreign users access to</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5681 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>filespace configuration issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5682 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>filespace, issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5683 <indexterm><primary>file tree</primary><secondary>conventions</secondary><tertiary>for configuring</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5684 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>root directory (/afs)</secondary><tertiary>in cell filespace</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5685 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>/afs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5686 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>at second level in file tree</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5687 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>/afs/<emphasis>cellname</emphasis></secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5688 <indexterm><primary>symbolic link</primary><secondary>at second level of AFS pathname</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5689 <indexterm><primary>file tree</primary><secondary>conventions</secondary><tertiary>third level</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5690 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>conventional under /afs/cell_name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5691 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>conventions for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5692 <indexterm><primary>conventions</primary><secondary>volume names</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5693 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>separate for each top level directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5694 <indexterm><primary>file tree</primary><secondary>creating volumes to match top level directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5695 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>restrictions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5696 <indexterm><primary>restrictions</primary><secondary>on volume names</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5697 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>two required</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5698 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>root (root.afs and root.cell)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5699 <indexterm><primary>root volumes (root.afs and root.cell)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5700 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>grouping related on same partition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5701 <indexterm><primary>disk partition</primary><secondary>grouping related volumes on</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5702 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>appropriate volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5703 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>type to replicate</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5704 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>where to place replicated</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5705 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>selecting site</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5706 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>configuration issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5707 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>file server machine, issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5708 <indexterm><primary>roles for server machine</primary><secondary>summary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5709 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>roles for</secondary><tertiary>summary</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5710 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>first installed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5711 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>reason to run three</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5712 <indexterm><primary>distribution</primary><secondary>of databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5713 <indexterm><primary>databases, distributed</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5714 <indexterm><primary>distributed databases</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5715 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>protecting directories on local disk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5716 <indexterm><primary>local disk</primary><secondary>protecting on file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5717 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>monitoring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5718 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>rebooting, about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5719 <indexterm><primary>rebooting</primary><secondary>file server machine, limiting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5720 <indexterm><primary>weekly restart of BOS Server (automatic)</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5721 <indexterm><primary>restart times for BOS Server</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5722 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>configuration issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5723 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>client machine, issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5724 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>files required on local disk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5725 <indexterm><primary>local disk</primary><secondary>files required on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5726 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>required on client machine local disk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5727 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>enabling access to foreign cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5728 <indexterm><primary>at-sys (@sys) variable in pathnames</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5729 <indexterm><primary>sys (@sys) variable in pathnames</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5730 <indexterm><primary>variables</primary><secondary>@sys in pathnames</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5731 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>configuration issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5732 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>choosing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5733 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>name</secondary><see>username</see></indexterm>
+IDX5734 <indexterm><primary>choosing</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>user</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5735 <indexterm><primary>anonymous user</primary><secondary>AFS UID reserved</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5736 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>reserved</secondary><tertiary>anonymous user</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5737 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>part of volume name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5738 <indexterm><primary>choosing</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>user volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5739 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>choosing name for user volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5740 <indexterm><primary>choosing</primary><secondary>name</secondary><tertiary>user volume mount point</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5741 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>for grouping user home directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5742 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>suggestions for grouping home directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5743 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>creating standard ones in new user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5744 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creating</secondary><tertiary>standard files in</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5745 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>standard files in new user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5746 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>AFS GID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5747 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>restrictions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5748 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>privacy flags</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5749 <indexterm><primary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5750 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5751 <indexterm><primary>system:anyuser group</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5752 <indexterm><primary>system:authuser group</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5753 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>system-defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5754 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>reserved</secondary><tertiary>system-defined groups</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5755 <indexterm><primary>authentication</primary><secondary>AFS separate from UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5756 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>authentication separate from UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5757 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>one-per-cell rule</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5758 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pagsh</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5759 <indexterm><primary>pagsh command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5760 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>klog with -setpag flag</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5761 <indexterm><primary>klog command</primary><secondary>with -setpag flag</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5762 <indexterm><primary>PAG</primary><secondary>creating with klog or pagsh command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5763 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>PAG with klog or pagsh command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5764 <indexterm><primary>process authentication group</primary><secondary></secondary><see>PAG</see></indexterm>
+IDX5765 <indexterm><primary>login utility</primary><secondary>AFS version</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5766 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>when using AFS--modified login utility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5767 <indexterm><primary>login utility</primary><secondary>AFS version's interaction with local password file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5768 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>local password file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5769 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>when not using AFS-modified login utility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5770 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>displaying for user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5771 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5772 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>tokens</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5773 <indexterm><primary>listing</primary><secondary>tokens held by issuer</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5774 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>klog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5775 <indexterm><primary>klog command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5776 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>creating ticket (tokens) for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5777 <indexterm><primary>tickets</primary><secondary></secondary><see>tokens</see></indexterm>
+IDX5778 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>creating for server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5779 <indexterm><primary>authenticated identity</primary><secondary>acquiring with klog command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5780 <indexterm><primary>unlog command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5781 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>unlog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5782 <indexterm><primary>discarding</primary><secondary>tokens</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5783 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>discarding with unlog command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5784 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>setting default lifetimes for users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5785 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>changing in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5786 <indexterm><primary>kpasswd command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5787 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kpasswd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5788 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5789 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5790 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>expiration</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5791 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>lifetime</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5792 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5793 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5794 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>password lifetime, setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5795 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>restricting reuse</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5796 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>consequences of multiple failed authentication attempts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5797 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5798 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5799 <indexterm><primary>authentication</primary><secondary>consequences of multiple failures</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5800 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>checking quality of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5801 <indexterm><primary>kpasswd command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5802 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kpasswd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5803 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kpasswd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5804 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5805 <indexterm><primary>kpwvalid program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5806 <indexterm><primary>Kerberos</primary><secondary>support for in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5807 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>klog.krb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5808 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pagsh.krb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5809 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>tokens.krb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5810 <indexterm><primary>klog.krb command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5811 <indexterm><primary>pagsh.krb command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5812 <indexterm><primary>tokens.krb command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5813 <indexterm><primary>security</primary><secondary>AFS features</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5814 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>security features</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5815 <indexterm><primary>network</primary><secondary>encrypted communication in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5816 <indexterm><primary>encrypted network communication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5817 <indexterm><primary>security</primary><secondary>encrypted network communication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5818 <indexterm><primary>security</primary><secondary>suggestions for improving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5819 <indexterm><primary>root superuser</primary><secondary>limiting logins</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5820 <indexterm><primary>mutual authentication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5821 <indexterm><primary>distributed file system</primary><secondary>security issues</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5822 <indexterm><primary>shared secret</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5823 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5824 <indexterm><primary>ticket-granter</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5825 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5826 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>data in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5827 <indexterm><primary>session key</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5828 <indexterm><primary>remote services</primary><secondary>modifications for AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5829 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>ftp (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5830 <indexterm><primary>ftpd command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5831 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>ftpd (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5832 <indexterm><primary>inetd command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5833 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>inetd (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5834 <indexterm><primary>rcp command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5835 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rcp (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5836 <indexterm><primary>rlogind command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5837 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rlogind (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5838 <indexterm><primary>rsh command</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UNIX</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5839 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>rsh (AFS compared to UNIX)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5840 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>administering</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5841 <indexterm><primary>administering</primary><secondary>server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5842 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/bin directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5843 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/bin on server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5844 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5845 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>backup command binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5846 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5847 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>bos command binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5848 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5849 <indexterm><primary>bosserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5850 <indexterm><primary>bosserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>BOS Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5851 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>bosserver binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5852 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>bosserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5853 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>BOS Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5854 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5855 <indexterm><primary>buserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5856 <indexterm><primary>buserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Backup Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5857 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>buserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5858 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>buserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5859 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Backup Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5860 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5861 <indexterm><primary>fileserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5862 <indexterm><primary>fileserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>File Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5863 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>fileserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5864 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>fileserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5865 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>File Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5866 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5867 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>kas command binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5868 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5869 <indexterm><primary>kaserver process</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5870 <indexterm><primary>kaserver process</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Authentication Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5871 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>kaserver binary file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5872 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>kaserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5873 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Authentication Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5874 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5875 <indexterm><primary>ntpd</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5876 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>ntpd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5877 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>ntpd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5878 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>NTPD, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5879 <indexterm><primary>NTPD</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5880 <indexterm><primary>Network Time Protocol Daemon</primary><secondary></secondary><see>NTPD</see></indexterm>
+IDX5881 <indexterm><primary>ntpdc</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5882 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>ntpdc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5883 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>ntpdc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5884 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>pts command binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5885 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5886 <indexterm><primary>ptserver process</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5887 <indexterm><primary>ptserver process</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Protection Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5888 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>ptserver binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5889 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>ptserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5890 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Protection Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5891 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5892 <indexterm><primary>runntp</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5893 <indexterm><primary>runntp</primary><secondary></secondary><see>NTPD</see></indexterm>
+IDX5894 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>runntp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5895 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>runntp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5896 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5897 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Salvager</see></indexterm>
+IDX5898 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>salvager</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5899 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>salvager</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5900 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Salvager, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5901 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5902 <indexterm><primary>udebug</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5903 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>udebug</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5904 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>udebug</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5905 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>udebug</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5906 <indexterm><primary>upclient</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5907 <indexterm><primary>upclient</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Update Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5908 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>upclient</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5909 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>upclient</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5910 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Update Server, binaries in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5911 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>binaries in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5912 <indexterm><primary>upserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5913 <indexterm><primary>upserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Update Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5914 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>upserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5915 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>upserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5916 <indexterm><primary>vlserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5917 <indexterm><primary>vlserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>VL Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5918 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>vlserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5919 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>vlserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5920 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>VL Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5921 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5922 <indexterm><primary>Volume Location Server</primary><secondary></secondary><see>VL Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5923 <indexterm><primary>volserver</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5924 <indexterm><primary>volserver</primary><secondary></secondary><see>Volume Server</see></indexterm>
+IDX5925 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>volserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5926 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>volserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5927 <indexterm><primary>processes</primary><secondary>Volume Server, binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5928 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5929 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>vos command binary</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5930 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>binary in /usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5931 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/etc directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5932 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/etc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5933 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>server configuration, in /usr/afs/etc directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5934 <indexterm><primary>common configuration files (server)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5935 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>configuration files in /usr/afs/etc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5936 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>distributing server configuration files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5937 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5938 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CellServDB (server)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5939 <indexterm><primary>KeyFile file</primary><secondary>function of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5940 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>KeyFile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5941 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5942 <indexterm><primary>ThisCell file (server)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5943 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>ThisCell (server)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5944 <indexterm><primary>UserList file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5945 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>UserList</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5946 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/local directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5947 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/local on server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5948 <indexterm><primary>local configuration files (server)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5949 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>configuration files in /usr/afs/local</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5950 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5951 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>BosConfig</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5952 <indexterm><primary>NetInfo file (server version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5953 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetInfo (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5954 <indexterm><primary>NetRestrict file (server version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5955 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetRestrict (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5956 <indexterm><primary>NoAuth file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5957 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NoAuth</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5958 <indexterm><primary>SALVAGE.fs file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5959 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>SALVAGE.fs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5960 <indexterm><primary>salvage.lock file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5961 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>salvage.lock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5962 <indexterm><primary>sysid file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5963 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>sysid</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5964 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>interfaces registered in VLDB</secondary><tertiary>listed in sysid file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5965 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>server machine interfaces registered</secondary><tertiary>listed in sysid file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX5966 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/db directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5967 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/db on server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5968 <indexterm><primary>database files</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5969 <indexterm><primary>replicated database files</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5970 <indexterm><primary>log files</primary><secondary>for replicated databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5971 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>database files in /usr/afs/db</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5972 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>bdb.DB0</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5973 <indexterm><primary>bdb.DB0 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5974 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>bdb.DBSYS1</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5975 <indexterm><primary>bdb.DBSYS1 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5976 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>kaserver.DB0</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5977 <indexterm><primary>kaserver.DB0 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5978 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>kaserver.DBSYS1</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5979 <indexterm><primary>kaserver.DBSYS1 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5980 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>prdb.DB0</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5981 <indexterm><primary>prdb.DB0 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5982 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>prdb.DBSYS1</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5983 <indexterm><primary>prdb.DBSYS1 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5984 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>vldb.DB0</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5985 <indexterm><primary>vldb.DB0 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5986 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>vldb.DBSYS1</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5987 <indexterm><primary>vldb.DBSYS1 file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5988 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/logs directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5989 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/logs on server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5990 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>core files in /usr/afs/logs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5991 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>log files in /usr/afs/logs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5992 <indexterm><primary>log files</primary><secondary>for server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5993 <indexterm><primary>core files</primary><secondary>for server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5994 <indexterm><primary>AuthLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5995 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>AuthLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5996 <indexterm><primary>BackupLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5997 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>BackupLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX5998 <indexterm><primary>BosLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX5999 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>BosLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6000 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>FileLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6001 <indexterm><primary>FileLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6002 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>SalvageLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6003 <indexterm><primary>SalvageLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6004 <indexterm><primary>VLLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6005 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>VLLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6006 <indexterm><primary>VolserLog file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6007 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>VolserLog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6008 <indexterm><primary>vicep directory on server machines</primary><secondary>contents listed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6009 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/vicep on server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6010 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>in /vicep directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6011 <indexterm><primary>partition</primary><secondary>housing AFS volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6012 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>partitions, naming</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6013 <indexterm><primary>V.<emphasis>vol_ID</emphasis>.vol file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6014 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>V.<emphasis>vol_ID</emphasis>.vol</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6015 <indexterm><primary>FORCESALVAGE file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6016 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>FORCESALVAGE</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6017 <indexterm><primary>roles for server machine</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6018 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>roles summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6019 <indexterm><primary>simple file server machine</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6020 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>simple file server role</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6021 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6022 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>database server role</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6023 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>runs on database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6024 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>runs on database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6025 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>runs on database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6026 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>runs on database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6027 <indexterm><primary>binary distribution machine</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6028 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>binary distribution role</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6029 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>server portion</secondary><tertiary>on binary distribution machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6030 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>client portion</secondary><tertiary>for binaries</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6031 <indexterm><primary>system control machine</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6032 <indexterm><primary>configuration files</primary><secondary>server machine, common</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6033 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>system control role</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6034 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>server portion</secondary><tertiary>on system control machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6035 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>client portion</secondary><tertiary>for configuration files</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6036 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>roles taken by server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6037 <indexterm><primary>identifying</primary><secondary>roles taken by server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6038 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>determining roles</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6039 <indexterm><primary>roles for server machine</primary><secondary>determining</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6040 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>identifying with bos status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6041 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>identity of database server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6042 <indexterm><primary>identifying</primary><secondary>database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6043 <indexterm><primary>system control machine</primary><secondary>identifying with bos status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6044 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>identity of system control machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6045 <indexterm><primary>identifying</primary><secondary>system control machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6046 <indexterm><primary>binary distribution machine</primary><secondary>identifying with bos status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6047 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>identity of binary distribution machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6048 <indexterm><primary>identifying</primary><secondary>binary distribution machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6049 <indexterm><primary>simple file server machine</primary><secondary>identifying with bos status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6050 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>identity of:</secondary><tertiary>simple file server machines</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6051 <indexterm><primary>identifying</primary><secondary>simple file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6052 <indexterm><primary>distribution</primary><secondary>of databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6053 <indexterm><primary>database, distributed</primary><secondary></secondary><see>administrative database</see></indexterm>
+IDX6054 <indexterm><primary>distributed database</primary><secondary></secondary><see>administrative database</see></indexterm>
+IDX6055 <indexterm><primary>administrative database</primary><secondary>about replicating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6056 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>maintaining</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6057 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>operation described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6058 <indexterm><primary>synchronization site (Ubik)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6059 <indexterm><primary>secondary site (Ubik)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6060 <indexterm><primary>coordinator (Ubik)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6061 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>automatic updates</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6062 <indexterm><primary>automatic</primary><secondary>update to admin. databases by Ubik</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6063 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>requirements summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6064 <indexterm><primary>database server process</primary><secondary>need to run all on every database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6065 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>importance to Ubik operation</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6066 <indexterm><primary>clocks</primary><secondary>need to synchronize for Ubik</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6067 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>features summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6068 <indexterm><primary>process</primary><secondary>lightweight Ubik</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6069 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>server and client portions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6070 <indexterm><primary>consistency guarantees</primary><secondary>administrative databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6071 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>consistency guarantees</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6072 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>election of coordinator</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6073 <indexterm><primary>coordinator (Ubik)</primary><secondary>election procedure described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6074 <indexterm><primary>election of Ubik coordinator</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6075 <indexterm><primary>flexible synchronization site (Ubik)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6076 <indexterm><primary>synchronization site (Ubik)</primary><secondary>flexibility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6077 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>majority defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6078 <indexterm><primary>majority</primary><secondary>defined for Ubik</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6079 <indexterm><primary>outages</primary><secondary>due to Ubik election</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6080 <indexterm><primary>system outages</primary><secondary>due to Ubik election</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6081 <indexterm><primary>administrative database</primary><secondary>backing up</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6082 <indexterm><primary>backing up</primary><secondary>administrative databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6083 <indexterm><primary>administrative database</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6084 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>administrative databases</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6085 <indexterm><primary>installing</primary><secondary>server process binaries, about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6086 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>installing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6087 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>maintainer of server process binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6088 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>binaries</secondary><see>server process binaries</see></indexterm>
+IDX6089 <indexterm><primary>directories (server)</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/bin</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6090 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>need for consistent version of software</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6091 <indexterm><primary>installing</primary><secondary>server binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6092 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>installing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6093 <indexterm><primary>command suite</primary><secondary>binaries</secondary><tertiary>installing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6094 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>installing command and process binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6095 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>restarting for changed binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6096 <indexterm><primary>file extension</primary><secondary>.BAK</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6097 <indexterm><primary>file extension</primary><secondary>.OLD</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6098 <indexterm><primary>BAK version of binary file</primary><secondary>created by bos install command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6099 <indexterm><primary>OLD version of binary file</primary><secondary>created by bos install command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6100 <indexterm><primary>saving</primary><secondary>previous version of server binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6101 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>install</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6102 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos install</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6103 <indexterm><primary>uninstalling</primary><secondary>server process and command suite binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6104 <indexterm><primary>reverting</primary><secondary>to old version of server process and command binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6105 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>uninstalling</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6106 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>reverting to old version</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6107 <indexterm><primary>command suite</primary><secondary>binaries</secondary><tertiary>uninstalling</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6108 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>uninstalling command &amp; process binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6109 <indexterm><primary>BAK version of binary file</primary><secondary>used by bos uninstall command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6110 <indexterm><primary>OLD version of binary file</primary><secondary>used by bos uninstall command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6111 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>uninstall</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6112 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos install</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6113 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>displaying time stamp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6114 <indexterm><primary>command suite</primary><secondary>binaries</secondary><tertiary>displaying time stamp</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6115 <indexterm><primary>time stamp</primary><secondary>on binary file, listing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6116 <indexterm><primary>date</primary><secondary>on binary file, listing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6117 <indexterm><primary>compilation</primary><secondary>date of, listing on binary file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6118 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>time stamp on binary file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6119 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>getdate</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6120 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos getdate</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6121 <indexterm><primary>BAK version of binary file</primary><secondary>removing obsolete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6122 <indexterm><primary>OLD version of binary file</primary><secondary>removing obsolete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6123 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>obsolete .BAK and .OLD version of binaries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6124 <indexterm><primary>server process binaries</primary><secondary>removing obsolete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6125 <indexterm><primary>command suite</primary><secondary>binaries</secondary><tertiary>removing obsolete</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6126 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>core files from /usr/afs/logs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6127 <indexterm><primary>core files</primary><secondary>removing from /usr/afs/logs directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6128 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/bin directory</primary><secondary>removing obsolete .BAK and .OLD files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6129 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos prune</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6130 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>prune</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6131 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>which</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6132 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>strings</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6133 <indexterm><primary>strings command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6134 <indexterm><primary>which command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6135 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>maintaining</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6136 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CellServDB (server)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6137 <indexterm><primary>database server process</primary><secondary>use of CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6138 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>use of CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6139 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>use of CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6140 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>effect of wrong information in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6141 <indexterm><primary>system control machine</primary><secondary>CellServDB file, distributing to server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6142 <indexterm><primary>distribution</primary><secondary>of CellServDB file (server)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6143 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (server), distributing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6144 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>listhosts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6145 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos listhosts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6146 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6147 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (server)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6148 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>displaying list in server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6149 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>database server machines in server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6150 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>database server machine</secondary><tertiary>to server CellServDB file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6151 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>adding</secondary><tertiary>to server CellServDB file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6152 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>adding database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6153 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (server) entry for database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6154 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (server) entry</secondary><tertiary>adding</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6155 <indexterm><primary>database server process</primary><secondary>restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6156 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6157 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6158 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6159 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>restarting after adding entry to server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6160 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>addhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6161 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos addhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6162 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>database server machine</secondary><tertiary>from server CellServDB file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6163 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>from server CellServDB file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6164 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (server)</primary><secondary>removing database server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6165 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (server) entry</secondary><tertiary>removing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6166 <indexterm><primary>database server process</primary><secondary>restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6167 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6168 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6169 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6170 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>restarting after removing entry from server CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6171 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>removehost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6172 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos removehost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6173 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>compared to authentication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6174 <indexterm><primary>authentication</primary><secondary>compared to authorization checking</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6175 <indexterm><primary>privileged commands</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6176 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>privileged, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6177 <indexterm><primary>anonymous user</primary><secondary>identity assigned to unauthenticated user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6178 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6179 <indexterm><primary>controlling</primary><secondary>authorization checking for entire cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6180 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>controlling cell-wide</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6181 <indexterm><primary>restarting</primary><secondary>server process</secondary><tertiary>when changing authorization checking</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6182 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>and restarting processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6183 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>setauth</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6184 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos setauth</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6185 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>disabling</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6186 <indexterm><primary>turning off authorization checking</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6187 <indexterm><primary>disabling</primary><secondary>authorization checking</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6188 <indexterm><primary>authorization checking</primary><secondary>enabling</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6189 <indexterm><primary>enabling authorization checking</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6190 <indexterm><primary>turning on authorization checking</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6191 <indexterm><primary>mutual authentication</primary><secondary>preventing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6192 <indexterm><primary>preventing</primary><secondary>mutual authentication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6193 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>mutual authentication, bypassing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6194 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>mutual authentication, bypassing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6195 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>mutual authentication, bypassing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6196 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>mutual authentication, bypassing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6197 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>interactive</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6198 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas interactive</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6199 <indexterm><primary>entering</primary><secondary>kas interactive mode</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6200 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (kas commands)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6201 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mutual authentication, bypassing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6202 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>disk to file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6203 <indexterm><primary>installing</primary><secondary>disk on file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6204 <indexterm><primary>disk</primary><secondary>file server machine</secondary><tertiary>adding/installing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6205 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>disk</secondary><tertiary>adding/installing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6206 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>disk on file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6207 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos listpart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6208 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listpart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6209 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>file systems registry (fstab)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6210 <indexterm><primary>file systems registry file</primary><secondary>adding new disk to file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6211 <indexterm><primary>etc/fstab file</primary><secondary></secondary><see>file systems registry file</see></indexterm>
+IDX6212 <indexterm><primary>fstab file</primary><secondary></secondary><see>file systems registry file</see></indexterm>
+IDX6213 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>disk from file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6214 <indexterm><primary>disk</primary><secondary>file server machine</secondary><tertiary>removing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6215 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>disk</secondary><tertiary>removing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6216 <indexterm><primary>unmounting</primary><secondary>file server machine disk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6217 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>move</secondary><tertiary>when removing file server machine disk</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6218 <indexterm><primary>umount command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6219 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>umount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6220 <indexterm><primary>file systems registry file</primary><secondary>removing disk from file server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6221 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>use of NetInfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6222 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>use of NetRestrict file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6223 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>use of sysid file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6224 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>use of NetInfo and NetRestrict files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6225 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>use of NetInfo and NetRestrict files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6226 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>interfaces registered in VLDB server entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6227 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>server machine interfaces registered in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6228 <indexterm><primary>controlling</primary><secondary>server machine interfaces registered in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6229 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>server entries from VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6230 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>VLDB server entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6231 <indexterm><primary>server entry in VLDB</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6232 <indexterm><primary>NetInfo file (server version)</primary><secondary>creating/editing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6233 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>NetInfo file (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6234 <indexterm><primary>editing</primary><secondary>NetInfo file (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6235 <indexterm><primary>NetRestrict file (server version)</primary><secondary>creating/editing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6236 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>NetRestrict file (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6237 <indexterm><primary>editing</primary><secondary>NetRestrict file (server version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6238 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6239 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos listaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6240 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>changeaddr</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6241 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos changeaddr</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6242 <indexterm><primary>rebooting</primary><secondary>server machine, instructions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6243 <indexterm><primary>server machine</primary><secondary>rebooting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6244 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>role in reboot of server machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6245 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos exec</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6246 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>exec</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6247 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6248 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>monitoring server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6249 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>different names for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6250 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>as bosserver process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6251 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>bosserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6252 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/bin/bosserver</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6253 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6254 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>BOS Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6255 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>summary of functions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6256 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>as buserver process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6257 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>buserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6258 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6259 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Backup Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6260 <indexterm><primary>fs process</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6261 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>fs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6262 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6263 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6264 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6265 <indexterm><primary>file system</primary><secondary>salvager</secondary><see>Salvager</see></indexterm>
+IDX6266 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6267 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>File Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6268 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6269 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Volume Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6270 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6271 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Salvager</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6272 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>as kaserver process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6273 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>kaserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6274 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6275 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Authentication Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6276 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>as ptserver process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6277 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>ptserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6278 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6279 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Protection Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6280 <indexterm><primary>runntp process</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6281 <indexterm><primary>ntpd</primary><secondary>invoked by runntp process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6282 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>runntp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6283 <indexterm><primary>ntpd</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6284 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>NTPD</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6285 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>as upserver and upclient processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6286 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>upserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6287 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>upclient</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6288 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6289 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>Update Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6290 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>as vlserver process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6291 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>vlserver</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6292 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>when to contact</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6293 <indexterm><primary>contacting processes</primary><secondary>VL Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6294 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>summary of functions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6295 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>information</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6296 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>BosConfig</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6297 <indexterm><primary>simple-type server process</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6298 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>simple type, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6299 <indexterm><primary>fs-type server process</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6300 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>fs type, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6301 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6302 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6303 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>as part of fs process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6304 <indexterm><primary>cron-type server process</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6305 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>cron type, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6306 <indexterm><primary>status flag for process in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>Run and Not Run, meaning of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6307 <indexterm><primary>Run status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6308 <indexterm><primary>NotRun status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6309 <indexterm><primary>process</primary><secondary>status flag in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6310 <indexterm><primary>command parameters</primary><secondary>in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6311 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>use of BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6312 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>memory state</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6313 <indexterm><primary>memory state of BOS Server</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6314 <indexterm><primary>database server process</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6315 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6316 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6317 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6318 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6319 <indexterm><primary>starting</primary><secondary>database server process, about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6320 <indexterm><primary>stopping</primary><secondary>database server process, about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6321 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>about starting and stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6322 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>server process status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6323 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>displaying status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6324 <indexterm><primary>status</primary><secondary>displaying for server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6325 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>entries from BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6326 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>displaying entry in BosConfig</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6327 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>displaying entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6328 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6329 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6330 <indexterm><primary>initializing</primary><secondary>server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6331 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6332 <indexterm><primary>defining</primary><secondary>server process in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6333 <indexterm><primary>starting</primary><secondary>server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6334 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6335 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>starting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6336 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>stopping permanently</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6337 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>removing from BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6338 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>creating and starting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6339 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>defining in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6340 <indexterm><primary>simple server process</primary><secondary>defining in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6341 <indexterm><primary>cron server process</primary><secondary>defining in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6342 <indexterm><primary>fs server process</primary><secondary>defining in BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6343 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>creating server process entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6344 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>create</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6345 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos create</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6346 <indexterm><primary>simple process</primary><secondary>creating with bos create command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6347 <indexterm><primary>fs process</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6348 <indexterm><primary>cron process</primary><secondary>creating with bos create command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6349 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>server process from BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6350 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>removing server process entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6351 <indexterm><primary>stopping</primary><secondary>server process</secondary><tertiary>permanently</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6352 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>removing from BosConfig file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6353 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>stopping permanently</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6354 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6355 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6356 <indexterm><primary>starting</primary><secondary>server process</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6357 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>starting up</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6358 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>stopping permanently</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6359 <indexterm><primary>stopping</primary><secondary>server process</secondary><tertiary>permanently</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6360 <indexterm><primary>Run status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing to NotRun</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6361 <indexterm><primary>status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing Run to NotRun</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6362 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing status flag from Run to NotRun</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6363 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>stopping permanently</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6364 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>stop</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6365 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos stop</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6366 <indexterm><primary>NotRun status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing to Run</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6367 <indexterm><primary>status flag in BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing NotRun to Run</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6368 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>changing status flag from NotRun to Run</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6369 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos start</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6370 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>start</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6371 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos shutdown</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6372 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>shutdown</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6373 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos startup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6374 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>startup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6375 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>restarting immediately after stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6376 <indexterm><primary>stopping</primary><secondary>server process and immediately restarting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6377 <indexterm><primary>outages</primary><secondary>due to server process restart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6378 <indexterm><primary>system outages</primary><secondary>due to server process restart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6379 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>restarting by restarting BOS Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6380 <indexterm><primary>restarting</primary><secondary>server process</secondary><tertiary>including BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6381 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>restart</secondary><tertiary>with -bosserver flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6382 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>restart</secondary><tertiary>including BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6383 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos restart</secondary><tertiary>including BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6384 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>restart</secondary><tertiary>excluding BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6385 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos restart</secondary><tertiary>excluding BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6386 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>restarting</secondary><tertiary>except BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6387 <indexterm><primary>restarting</primary><secondary>server process</secondary><tertiary>except BOS Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6388 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>restart</secondary><tertiary>selected processes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6389 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos restart</secondary><tertiary>selected processes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6390 <indexterm><primary>restarting</primary><secondary>server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6391 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>restarting specific processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6392 <indexterm><primary>core leak</primary><secondary>preventing with scheduled restarts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6393 <indexterm><primary>preventing</primary><secondary>core leaks, with scheduled BOS Server restarts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6394 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>restart times, displaying and setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6395 <indexterm><primary>automatic</primary><secondary>process restarts by BOS Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6396 <indexterm><primary>weekly restart of BOS Server (automatic)</primary><secondary>displaying and setting time</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6397 <indexterm><primary>restart time for BOS Server (automatic)</primary><secondary>displaying and setting time</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6398 <indexterm><primary>restart times for BOS Server</primary><secondary>displaying and setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6399 <indexterm><primary>daily restart for new binaries</primary><secondary>displaying and setting time</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6400 <indexterm><primary>restart times for BOS Server</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6401 <indexterm><primary>outages</primary><secondary>due to automatic server restart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6402 <indexterm><primary>system outages</primary><secondary>due to automatic server restart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6403 <indexterm><primary>BosConfig file</primary><secondary>restart times defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6404 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>getrestart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6405 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos getrestart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6406 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>BOS Server's automatic restart times</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6407 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>setrestart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6408 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos setrestart</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6409 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>BOS Server's automatic restart times</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6410 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>displaying log files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6411 <indexterm><primary>server process</primary><secondary>displaying log files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6412 <indexterm><primary>log files</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6413 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>log files for server processes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6414 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>displaying log files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6415 <indexterm><primary>FileLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6416 <indexterm><primary>SalvageLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6417 <indexterm><primary>VLLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6418 <indexterm><primary>VolserLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6419 <indexterm><primary>BackupLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6420 <indexterm><primary>BosLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6421 <indexterm><primary>AuthLog file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6422 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Server</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6423 <indexterm><primary>Backup Server</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6424 <indexterm><primary>BOS Server</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6425 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6426 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6427 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>displaying log file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6428 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>getlog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6429 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos getlog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6430 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6431 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6432 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6433 <indexterm><primary>site</primary><secondary>volume, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6434 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>site, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6435 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6436 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>benefits for efficiency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6437 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>in load balancing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6438 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>as unit of replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6439 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6440 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>as unit of backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6441 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6442 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>entry in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6443 <indexterm><primary>entry in VLDB</primary><secondary>for volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6444 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>header</secondary><see>volume header</see></indexterm>
+IDX6445 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6446 <indexterm><primary>synchrony of VLDB and volume headers</primary><secondary>maintained by VL and Volume Servers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6447 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>synchronizing with volume headers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6448 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>synchronizing with VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6449 <indexterm><primary>maintaining</primary><secondary>synchrony of VLDB with volume headers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6450 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>role in VLDB/volume header synchronization</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6451 <indexterm><primary>Volume Server</primary><secondary>role in VLDB/volume header synchronization</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6452 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6453 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary><tertiary>about</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6454 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>about</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6455 <indexterm><primary>root directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6456 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>as interpreter of mount points</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6457 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>creating multiple per volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6458 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary><tertiary>more than once</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6459 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>name</secondary><see>volume name</see></indexterm>
+IDX6460 <indexterm><primary>length restriction on volume names</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6461 <indexterm><primary>conventions</primary><secondary>volume names</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6462 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>conventions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6463 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>read/write volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6464 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>read/write</secondary><see>read/write volume</see></indexterm>
+IDX6465 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6466 <indexterm><primary>default</primary><secondary>ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6467 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>default on new volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6468 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>default for new volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6469 <indexterm><primary>default</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6470 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos partinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6471 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>partinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6472 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>create</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6473 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos create</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6474 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>read/write volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6475 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6476 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6477 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>for read/write volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6478 <indexterm><primary>cloning</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6479 <indexterm><primary>clone</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6480 <indexterm><primary>vnode index</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6481 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>space-saving nature of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6482 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>detailed discussion</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6483 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>replicating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6484 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>read-only</secondary><see>read-only volume</see></indexterm>
+IDX6485 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6486 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>read-only volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6487 <indexterm><primary>cloning</primary><secondary>for replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6488 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>cloning</secondary><tertiary>for replication</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6489 <indexterm><primary>stages in volume replication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6490 <indexterm><primary>site definition stage in replication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6491 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>site definition stage</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6492 <indexterm><primary>release stage in replication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6493 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>release stage</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6494 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>determining success of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6495 <indexterm><primary>determining</primary><secondary>success of replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6496 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>need for all-or-nothing release</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6497 <indexterm><primary>all-or-nothing release of read-only volumes</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6498 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>need for atomic release</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6499 <indexterm><primary>releasing</primary><secondary>read-only volume, need for atomicity</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6500 <indexterm><primary>ReleaseClone</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6501 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>role of ReleaseClone</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6502 <indexterm><primary>New release site flag in VLDB</primary><secondary>as indicator of failed replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6503 <indexterm><primary>Old release site flag in VLDB</primary><secondary>as indicator of failed replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6504 <indexterm><primary>clone</primary><secondary>forcing creation of new</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6505 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>forcing creation of new clone</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6506 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>release</secondary><tertiary>forcing new cloning with -f flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6507 <indexterm><primary>releasing</primary><secondary>read-only volume, forcing new cloning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6508 <indexterm><primary>criteria for replicating volumes</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6509 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>suitable types of volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6510 <indexterm><primary>suitability of volumes for replication</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6511 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>types suitable for replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6512 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>read-only volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6513 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6514 <indexterm><primary>variations possible</primary><secondary>in replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6515 <indexterm><primary>replication</primary><secondary>variations possible in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6516 <indexterm><primary>possible variations</primary><secondary>on replication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6517 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>creating</secondary><tertiary>instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6518 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>replication instructions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6519 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>defining site for in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6520 <indexterm><primary>defining</primary><secondary>read-only site in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6521 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>read-only site definition in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6522 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>defining read-only site in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6523 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos addsite</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6524 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>addsite</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6525 <indexterm><primary>releasing</primary><secondary>read-only volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6526 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>releasing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6527 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos release</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6528 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>release</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6529 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>cloning</secondary><tertiary>for backup version</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6530 <indexterm><primary>cloning</primary><secondary>for backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6531 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>backup volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6532 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>backup</secondary><see>backup volume</see></indexterm>
+IDX6533 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6534 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>multiple backup volumes at once</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6535 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>creating backup version of many at once</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6536 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>creating multiple at once</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6537 <indexterm><primary>automating</primary><secondary>creation of backup volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6538 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>automating creation of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6539 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>automating creation of backup version</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6540 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>suggested schedule for creation of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6541 <indexterm><primary>scheduling</primary><secondary>creation of backup volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6542 <indexterm><primary>cron-type server process</primary><secondary>used to automate volume backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6543 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>backup volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6544 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>mounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6545 <indexterm><primary>OldFiles directory</primary><secondary>as mount point for backup volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6546 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6547 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6548 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when mounting backup volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6549 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when mounting backup volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6550 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos backupsys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6551 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>backupsys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6552 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>general instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6553 <indexterm><primary>regular mount point</primary><secondary></secondary><see>mount point</see></indexterm>
+IDX6554 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>regular</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6555 <indexterm><primary>read/write mount point</primary><secondary></secondary><see>mount point</see></indexterm>
+IDX6556 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>read/write</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6557 <indexterm><primary>cellular mount point</primary><secondary></secondary><see>mount point</see></indexterm>
+IDX6558 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>cellular</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6559 <indexterm><primary>mounting</primary><secondary>foreign volume in local cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6560 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6561 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6562 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6563 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>distinguishing different types</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6564 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs lsmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6565 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>lsmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6566 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>read/write or regular mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6567 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>creating read/write or regular</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6568 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>regular</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6569 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>read/write</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6570 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>general instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6571 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>general instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6572 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>cellular mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6573 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>creating cellular</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6574 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>cellular</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6575 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6576 <indexterm><primary>unmounting</primary><secondary>volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6577 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>removing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6578 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6579 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6580 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume information</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6581 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>displaying information about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6582 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume's VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6583 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>displaying volume entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6584 <indexterm><primary>volume entry (VLDB)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6585 <indexterm><primary>locked VLDB entry</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6586 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos listvldb</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6587 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvldb</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6588 <indexterm><primary>site</primary><secondary>count in VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6589 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>site count for volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6590 <indexterm><primary>type flag for volume</primary><secondary>VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6591 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>volume type flags</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6592 <indexterm><primary>release</primary><secondary>status flags on site definitions in VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6593 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>release status flags in volume entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6594 <indexterm><primary>status flag</primary><secondary>release, on site definitions in VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6595 <indexterm><primary>Not released</primary><secondary>status flag on site definition in VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6596 <indexterm><primary>Old release</primary><secondary>status flag on site definition in VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6597 <indexterm><primary>New release</primary><secondary>status flag on site definition in VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6598 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6599 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>only</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6600 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos listvol</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6601 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvol</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6602 <indexterm><primary>type flag for volume</primary><secondary>volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6603 <indexterm><primary>status flags in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6604 <indexterm><primary>On-line status flag in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6605 <indexterm><primary>Off-line status flag in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6606 <indexterm><primary>needs salvage status flag in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6607 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvol</secondary><tertiary>output with -fast flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6608 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvol</secondary><tertiary>output with -long flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6609 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>ID number in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6610 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>ID number in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6611 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>ID number in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6612 <indexterm><primary>ReleaseClone volume</primary><secondary>ID number in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6613 <indexterm><primary>RWrite field in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6614 <indexterm><primary>ROnly field in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6615 <indexterm><primary>Backup field in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6616 <indexterm><primary>RClone field in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6617 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>recorded in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6618 <indexterm><primary>MaxQuota field in volume header</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6619 <indexterm><primary>creation date</primary><secondary>recorded in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6620 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>Creation date in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6621 <indexterm><primary>update date</primary><secondary>recorded in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6622 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>Last Update date in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6623 <indexterm><primary>access</primary><secondary>count, in volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6624 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>counter in header for number of accesses</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6625 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvol</secondary><tertiary>output with -extended flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6626 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>VLDB entry</secondary><tertiary>with volume header</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6627 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>VLDB entry with volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6628 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>displaying entry</secondary><tertiary>with volume header</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6629 <indexterm><primary>entry in VLDB</primary><secondary>displaying, with volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6630 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume header</secondary><tertiary>with VLDB entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6631 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume header with VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6632 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>with VLDB entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6633 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos examine</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6634 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6635 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>volume name to ID number</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6636 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume ID</secondary><tertiary>given volume name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6637 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>translating</secondary><tertiary>to volume ID number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6638 <indexterm><primary>volume ID number</primary><secondary>learning</secondary><tertiary>from volume name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6639 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary><tertiary>to learn volume ID</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6640 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>volume ID number to name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6641 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume name</secondary><tertiary>given volume ID number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6642 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>learning</secondary><tertiary>from volume ID number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6643 <indexterm><primary>volume ID number</primary><secondary>translating</secondary><tertiary>to volume name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6644 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary><tertiary>to learn volume name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6645 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>volume name/ID number to volume location</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6646 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume location</secondary><tertiary>given volume name/ID number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6647 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>translating</secondary><tertiary>to volume location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6648 <indexterm><primary>volume ID number</primary><secondary>translating</secondary><tertiary>to volume location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6649 <indexterm><primary>volume location</primary><secondary>learning from volume name/ID number</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6650 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>listvldb</secondary><tertiary>to learn volume location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6651 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>directory/file name to volume name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6652 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume name</secondary><tertiary>given directory/file name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6653 <indexterm><primary>directory/file name</primary><secondary>translating to volume name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6654 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>learning</secondary><tertiary>from directory/file name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6655 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs listquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6656 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>listquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6657 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>directory/file name to volume ID number</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6658 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume ID</secondary><tertiary>given directory/file name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6659 <indexterm><primary>directory/file name</primary><secondary>translating to volume ID number</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6660 <indexterm><primary>volume ID number</primary><secondary>learning from directory/file name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6661 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6662 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6663 <indexterm><primary>translating</primary><secondary>directory/file name to volume location</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6664 <indexterm><primary>learning</primary><secondary>volume location</secondary><tertiary>given directory/file name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6665 <indexterm><primary>directory/file name</primary><secondary>translating to volume location</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6666 <indexterm><primary>volume location</primary><secondary>learning from directory/file name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6667 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>location</secondary><see>volume location</see></indexterm>
+IDX6668 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs whereis</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6669 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>whereis</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6670 <indexterm><primary>moving</primary><secondary>volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6671 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>moving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6672 <indexterm><primary>disk partition</primary><secondary>moving volumes to reduce overcrowding</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6673 <indexterm><primary>overcrowding of disk partition</primary><secondary>moving volumes to reduce</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6674 <indexterm><primary>overcrowding of disk partition</primary><secondary>effect on users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6675 <indexterm><primary>failure</primary><secondary>of file storage due to full partition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6676 <indexterm><primary>file storage</primary><secondary>failed due to partition crowding</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6677 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>moving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6678 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>removed by read/write move</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6679 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>moving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6680 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>moving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6681 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos move</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6682 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>move</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6683 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>synchronizing with volume headers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6684 <indexterm><primary>volume header</primary><secondary>synchronizing with VLDB</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6685 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>synchronizing VLDB and volume header</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6686 <indexterm><primary>intention flag in VLDB entry</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6687 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>intention flag set by VL Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6688 <indexterm><primary>symptoms</primary><secondary>of VLDB/volume header desynchronization</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6689 <indexterm><primary>desynchronization of VLDB/volume headers</primary><secondary>symptoms of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6690 <indexterm><primary>synchrony of VLDB and volume headers</primary><secondary>symptoms of lack of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6691 <indexterm><primary>synchrony of VLDB and volume headers</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6692 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>synchrony of VLDB and volume headers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6693 <indexterm><primary>desynchronization of VLDB/volume headers</primary><secondary>fixing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6694 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>running before VLDB/volume header resynchronization</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6695 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>syncvldb</secondary><tertiary>effect</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6696 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>syncserv</secondary><tertiary>effect</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6697 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos syncvldb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6698 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>syncvldb</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6699 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos syncserv</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6700 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>syncserv</secondary><tertiary>syntax</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6701 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>salvaging</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6702 <indexterm><primary>corruption</primary><secondary>symptoms and types</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6703 <indexterm><primary>symptoms</primary><secondary>volume corruption</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6704 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>symptoms of corruption</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6705 <indexterm><primary>Salvager</primary><secondary>instructions for invoking</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6706 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>salvaging volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6707 <indexterm><primary>salvaging</primary><secondary>volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6708 <indexterm><primary>partition</primary><secondary>salvaging all volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6709 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>salvage</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6710 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos salvage</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6711 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>quota</secondary><see>volume quota</see></indexterm>
+IDX6712 <indexterm><primary>default</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6713 <indexterm><primary>maximum volume quota</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6714 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary><tertiary>on single volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6715 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>on single volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6716 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6717 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6718 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary><tertiary>on multiple volumes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6719 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>on multiple volumes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6720 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setvol</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6721 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setvol</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6722 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs quota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6723 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>quota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6724 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary><tertiary>percent used</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6725 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>percent used</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6726 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs listquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6727 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>listquota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6728 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary><tertiary>with volume size</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6729 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>with volume size</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6730 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume size</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6731 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>size, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6732 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume quota</secondary><tertiary>with volume &amp; partition info</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6733 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>volume size</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6734 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>with volume &amp;partition info</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6735 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>disk partition size</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6736 <indexterm><primary>disk partition</primary><secondary>displaying size of single</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6737 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6738 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6739 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6740 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>mount point</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6741 <indexterm><primary>unmounting</primary><secondary>volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6742 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>removing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6743 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6744 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>effect of</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6745 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>removed by read/write removal</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6746 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>effect of</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6747 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>alternate commands</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6748 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos zap</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6749 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>zap</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6750 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos remsite</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6751 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>remsite</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6752 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos delentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6753 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>delentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6754 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6755 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos remove</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6756 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>remove</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6757 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6758 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>rmmount</secondary><tertiary>when removing volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6759 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>volumes</secondary><tertiary>without using AFS Backup System</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6760 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>dumping without AFS Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6761 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6762 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6763 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6764 <indexterm><primary>availability of data</primary><secondary>interrupted by dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6765 <indexterm><primary>data</primary><secondary>availability interrupted by dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6766 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>volumes</secondary><tertiary>reasons</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6767 <indexterm><primary>full dump</primary><secondary>creating using vos command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6768 <indexterm><primary>incremental dump</primary><secondary>creating using vos command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6769 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>volumes</secondary><tertiary>using vos command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6770 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6771 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6772 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary><tertiary>with vos restore command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6773 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>volumes without using AFS Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6774 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos restore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6775 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>restore</secondary><tertiary>to create new volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6776 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when restoring volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6777 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when restoring volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6778 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos restore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6779 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>restore</secondary><tertiary>to overwrite volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6780 <indexterm><primary>renaming</primary><secondary>volume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6781 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>renaming</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6782 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>volume name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6783 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>changing</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6784 <indexterm><primary>read/write volume</primary><secondary>changing name of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6785 <indexterm><primary>read-only volume</primary><secondary>changing name of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6786 <indexterm><primary>backup volume</primary><secondary>changing name of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6787 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos rename</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6788 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>rename</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6789 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6790 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>rmmount</secondary><tertiary>when renaming volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6791 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when renaming volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6792 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when renaming volume</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6793 <indexterm><primary>locking</primary><secondary>VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6794 <indexterm><primary>locking</primary><secondary>VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6795 <indexterm><primary>VLDB</primary><secondary>locking/unlocking entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6796 <indexterm><primary>entry in VLDB</primary><secondary>locking/unlocking</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6797 <indexterm><primary>unlocking</primary><secondary>VLDB entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6798 <indexterm><primary>locked VLDB entry</primary><secondary>unlocking</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6799 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos lock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6800 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>lock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6801 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos unlock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6802 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>unlock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6803 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos unlockvldb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6804 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>unlockvldb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6805 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>introduction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6806 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6807 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary><see>volume entry</see></indexterm>
+IDX6808 <indexterm><primary>volume entry (Backup System)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6809 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>volume set</secondary><see>volume set</see></indexterm>
+IDX6810 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary><see>volume entry</see></indexterm>
+IDX6811 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump</secondary><see>dump</see></indexterm>
+IDX6812 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump set</secondary><see>dump set</see></indexterm>
+IDX6813 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>appended, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6814 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>parent, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6815 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6816 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>full, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6817 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>incremental, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6818 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>initial, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6819 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>set</secondary><see>dump set</see></indexterm>
+IDX6820 <indexterm><primary>dump set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6821 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump hierarchy</secondary><see>dump hierarchy</see></indexterm>
+IDX6822 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump level</secondary><see>dump hierarchy</see></indexterm>
+IDX6823 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6824 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6825 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>dump level</secondary><tertiary>defined</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6826 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>expiration date on dump level</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6827 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump name</secondary><see>dump</see></indexterm>
+IDX6828 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>tape name</secondary><see>tapes</see></indexterm>
+IDX6829 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump ID number</secondary><see>dump</see></indexterm>
+IDX6830 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>names</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6831 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>ID number, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6832 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>name, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6833 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>label</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6834 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>label, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6835 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>filemarks</secondary><see>Tape Coordinator</see></indexterm>
+IDX6836 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>filemark</secondary><tertiary>described</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6837 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6838 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>Tape Coordinator</secondary><see>Tape Coordinator</see></indexterm>
+IDX6839 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>port offsets</secondary><see>Tape Coordinator</see></indexterm>
+IDX6840 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>port offset number</secondary><tertiary>defined</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6841 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6842 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>Backup Database</secondary><see>Backup Database</see></indexterm>
+IDX6843 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>configuration overview</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6844 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>capacity</secondary><tertiary>determining</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6845 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>filemark</secondary><tertiary>determining size</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6846 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>port offset number</secondary><tertiary>assigning</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6847 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>tapeconfig</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6848 <indexterm><primary>tapeconfig file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6849 <indexterm><primary>fms.log file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6850 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>fms.log</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6851 <indexterm><primary>log files</primary><secondary>fms.log</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6852 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fms</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6853 <indexterm><primary>fms command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6854 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>configuring</secondary><tertiary>machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6855 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>configuring</secondary><tertiary>tape device</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6856 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>configuring</secondary><tertiary>AIX system</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6857 <indexterm><primary>AIX</primary><secondary>configuring tape device</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6858 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>assigning file ownership</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6859 <indexterm><primary>usr/afs/backup directory</primary><secondary>ownership, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6860 <indexterm><primary>tapeconfig file</primary><secondary>ownership, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6861 <indexterm><primary>directories</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/backup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6862 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup addhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6863 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>addhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6864 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>adding to Backup Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6865 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>Tape Coordinator</secondary><tertiary>adding entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6866 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>delhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6867 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup delhost</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6868 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>removing from Backup Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6869 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>Tape Coordinator</secondary><tertiary>removing entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6870 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>port offset number</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6871 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>port offset numbers</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6872 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>listhosts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6873 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup listhosts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6874 <indexterm><primary>regular expression</primary><secondary>Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6875 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>regular expressions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6876 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume set</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6877 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6878 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup addvolset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6879 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>addvolset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6880 <indexterm><primary>volume entry (Backup System)</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6881 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6882 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup addvolentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6883 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>addvolentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6884 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume set</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6885 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6886 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6887 <indexterm><primary>volume entry (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6888 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>listvolsets</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6889 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup listvolsets</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6890 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume set</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6891 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>deleting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6892 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup delvolset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6893 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>delvolset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6894 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting from volume set</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6895 <indexterm><primary>volume set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>deleting volume entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6896 <indexterm><primary>volume entry (Backup System)</primary><secondary>deleting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6897 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup delvolentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6898 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>delvolentry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6899 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6900 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>assigning to dump levels</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6901 <indexterm><primary>expiration dates</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6902 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6903 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6904 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6905 <indexterm><primary>expiration dates</primary><secondary>absolute</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6906 <indexterm><primary>expiration dates</primary><secondary>relative</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6907 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>recycling schedule for tapes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6908 <indexterm><primary>tape recycling schedules</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6909 <indexterm><primary>useCount counter on tape label (Backup System)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6910 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>useCount counter on tape label</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6911 <indexterm><primary>recycling</primary><secondary>useCounts of tapes (Backup System)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6912 <indexterm><primary>tape labels</primary><secondary>useCounts of tapes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6913 <indexterm><primary>archiving</primary><secondary>tapes in Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6914 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>archiving</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6915 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump levels</secondary><tertiary>adding</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6916 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>in Backup Database</secondary><tertiary>adding</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6917 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>dump levels</secondary><tertiary>adding</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6918 <indexterm><primary>expiration dates</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6919 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6920 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6921 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6922 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>adddump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6923 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup adddump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6924 <indexterm><primary>expiration dates</primary><secondary>changing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6925 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6926 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6927 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>expiration dates</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6928 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>setexp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6929 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup setexp</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6930 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump levels</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6931 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>in Backup Database</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6932 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>dump levels</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6933 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>deldump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6934 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup deldump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6935 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump hierarchy</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6936 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump levels</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6937 <indexterm><primary>dump hierarchy (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6938 <indexterm><primary>dump levels</primary><secondary>in Backup Database</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6939 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>listdumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6940 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup listdumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6941 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>label</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6942 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>label</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6943 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>capacity</secondary><tertiary>recording on label</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6944 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>names</secondary><tertiary>assigning</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6945 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>tape label (Backup System)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6946 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>tape label (Backup System)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6947 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>labeltape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6948 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup labeltape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6949 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>readlabel</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6950 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup readlabel</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6951 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>automating operations</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6952 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>reducing operator intervention</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6953 <indexterm><primary>CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6954 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CFG_&lt;device_name&gt;</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6955 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>device configuration file (CFG)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6956 <indexterm><primary>configuration file</primary><secondary></secondary><see>CFG_&lt;device_name&gt; configuration file</see></indexterm>
+IDX6957 <indexterm><primary>UNMOUNT instruction in CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6958 <indexterm><primary>MOUNT instruction in CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6959 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>automating tape mounting and unmounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6960 <indexterm><primary>tape (Backup System)</primary><secondary>automating mounting and unmounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6961 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>automating tape mounting and unmounting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6962 <indexterm><primary>automating</primary><secondary>tape mounting and unmounting by Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6963 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>eliminating search/prompt for initial tape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6964 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>eliminating search/prompt for initial tape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6965 <indexterm><primary>tapes (Backup System)</primary><secondary>eliminating search/prompt for initial</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6966 <indexterm><primary>AUTOQUERY instruction in CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6967 <indexterm><primary>ASK instruction in CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6968 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>using default responses to errors</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6969 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>using default responses to errors</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6970 <indexterm><primary>NAME_CHECK instruction in CFG_<emphasis>device_name</emphasis> file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6971 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>eliminating check for proper tape name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6972 <indexterm><primary>tape (Backup System)</primary><secondary>eliminating check for proper name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6973 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>eliminating check for proper tape name</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6974 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>interfaces</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6975 <indexterm><primary>AFSCELL environment variable</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6976 <indexterm><primary>variable</primary><secondary>AFSCELL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6977 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>running in foreign cell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6978 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>interactive mode</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6979 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (Backup System)</primary><secondary>features</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6980 <indexterm><primary>job ID numbers (Backup System)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX6981 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>job ID numbers</secondary><tertiary>about</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6982 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>interactive mode</secondary><tertiary>entering</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6983 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup</secondary><tertiary>to enter interactive mode</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6984 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup interactive</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6985 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (Backup System)</primary><secondary>entering</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6986 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>quit</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6987 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup quit</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6988 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (Backup System)</primary><secondary>exiting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6989 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>interactive mode</secondary><tertiary>exiting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6990 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (Backup System)</primary><secondary>operations</secondary><tertiary>displaying pending/running</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6991 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>interactive mode</secondary><tertiary>displaying pending/running operations</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6992 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>job ID numbers</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6993 <indexterm><primary>job ID numbers (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6994 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>jobs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6995 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup jobs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX6996 <indexterm><primary>interactive mode (Backup System)</primary><secondary>operations</secondary><tertiary>canceling pending/running</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6997 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>interactive mode</secondary><tertiary>canceling operations</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6998 <indexterm><primary>job ID numbers (Backup System)</primary><secondary>operations</secondary><tertiary>canceling</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX6999 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>kill</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7000 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup kill</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7001 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>process</secondary><tertiary>starting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7002 <indexterm><primary>task ID numbers (Backup System)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7003 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>task ID numbers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7004 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>starting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7005 <indexterm><primary>butc command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7006 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>butc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7007 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7008 <indexterm><primary>Tape Coordinator (Backup System)</primary><secondary>status</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7009 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7010 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup status</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7011 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>backing up using Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7012 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>data</secondary><tertiary>backing up/dumping</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7013 <indexterm><primary>dump set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7014 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dumps, full and incremental defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7015 <indexterm><primary>dump set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>full dumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7016 <indexterm><primary>dump set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>incremental dumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7017 <indexterm><primary>full dump</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7018 <indexterm><primary>incremental dump</primary><secondary>creating with Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7019 <indexterm><primary>backing up</primary><secondary>data from AFS volumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7020 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>data</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7021 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>full dumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7022 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>incremental dumps</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7023 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>suggestions for improving efficiency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7024 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump operation, overview</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7025 <indexterm><primary>dump ID numbers (Backup System)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7026 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>dump ID numbers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7027 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump ID number</secondary><tertiary>assigning as part of dump operation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7028 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump records</secondary><tertiary>creating as part of dump operation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7029 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>creating Backup Database record</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7030 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>appended</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7031 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7032 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7033 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump records</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7034 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying Backup Database record</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7035 <indexterm><primary>dump (Backup System)</primary><secondary>ID number, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7036 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>dumpinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7037 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup dumpinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7038 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>dump ID numbers, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7039 <indexterm><primary>dump ID number (Backup System)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7040 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume dump history</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7041 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>Backup System dump history, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7042 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>volinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7043 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup volinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7044 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>scanning tapes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7045 <indexterm><primary>tape (Backup System)</primary><secondary>scanning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7046 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump history</secondary><tertiary>recovering from tapes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7047 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>volume dump history</secondary><tertiary>recovering from tapes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7048 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>volume dump history</secondary><tertiary>recovering from tapes</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7049 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>scantape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7050 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup scantape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7051 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary><tertiary>using Backup System</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7052 <indexterm><primary>partition</primary><secondary>restoring contents using Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7053 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>restoring partitions using Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7054 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary><tertiary>data</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7055 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>data</secondary><tertiary>restoring</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7056 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>data</secondary><tertiary>recovering</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7057 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>restores</secondary><tertiary>full</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7058 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>restores</secondary><tertiary>date-specific</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7059 <indexterm><primary>full restores</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7060 <indexterm><primary>date-specific restores</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7061 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>data using Backup System</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7062 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary><tertiary>backed up data</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7063 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary><tertiary>backup data</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7064 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>existing data</secondary><tertiary>overwriting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7065 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>overwriting contents during Backup System restore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7066 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>existing data</secondary><tertiary>preserving</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7067 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>preserving contents during Backup System restore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7068 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>data</secondary><tertiary>that no longer exists</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7069 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>volrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7070 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup volrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7071 <indexterm><primary>partition</primary><secondary>restoring using Backup System</secondary><tertiary>to the same location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7072 <indexterm><primary>partition</primary><secondary>restoring using Backup System</secondary><tertiary>to a new location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7073 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>diskrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7074 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup diskrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7075 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>volsetrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7076 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup volsetrestore</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7077 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>administering</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7078 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>restoring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7079 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>backing up</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7080 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>Backup Database to tape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7081 <indexterm><primary>backing up</primary><secondary>Backup Database to tape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7082 <indexterm><primary>restoring</primary><secondary>Backup Database from tape</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7083 <indexterm><primary>Backup Database</primary><secondary>verifying integrity</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7084 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>dbverify</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7085 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup dbverify</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7086 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup savedb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7087 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>savedb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7088 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup restoredb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7089 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>restoredb</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7090 <indexterm><primary>dump set (Backup System)</primary><secondary>deleting from Backup Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7091 <indexterm><primary>Backup System</primary><secondary>dump records</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7092 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>deletedump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7093 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>backup deletedump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7094 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7095 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>file server processes with scout</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7096 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>file server processes with afsmonitor</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7097 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>Cache Manager processes with afsmonitor</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7098 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>Cache Manager performance</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7099 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>monitoring performance</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7100 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>monitoring performance</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7101 <indexterm><primary>file system</primary><secondary>monitoring activity</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7102 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>features summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7103 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>requirements</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7104 <indexterm><primary>requirements</primary><secondary>scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7105 <indexterm><primary>curses graphics utility</primary><secondary>scout program requirements</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7106 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>setting terminal type</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7107 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>terminal type for scout</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7108 <indexterm><primary>terminal type</primary><secondary>setting for scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7109 <indexterm><primary>dumb terminal</primary><secondary>use in scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7110 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>required for scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7111 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>basename</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7112 <indexterm><primary>basenames in scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7113 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>display layout</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7114 <indexterm><primary>display layout in scout program window</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7115 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>banner line</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7116 <indexterm><primary>banner line on the scout program screen</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7117 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>statistics displayed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7118 <indexterm><primary>statistics display by scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7119 <indexterm><primary>Conn statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7120 <indexterm><primary>Fetch statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7121 <indexterm><primary>Store statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7122 <indexterm><primary>active</primary><secondary>clients statistic from scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7123 <indexterm><primary>client machines statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7124 <indexterm><primary>Ws statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7125 <indexterm><primary>disk partition</primary><secondary>monitoring usage of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7126 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>disk usage with scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7127 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>monitoring disk usage</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7128 <indexterm><primary>Disk attn statistic from scout program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7129 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>probe reporting line</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7130 <indexterm><primary>message line in scout program display</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7131 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>highlighting in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7132 <indexterm><primary>highlighting statistics in scout display</primary><secondary>use of reverse video</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7133 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>reverse video</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7134 <indexterm><primary>reverse video</primary><secondary>use in scout program display</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7135 <indexterm><primary>outages</primary><secondary>monitoring with scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7136 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>outages, monitoring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7137 <indexterm><primary>monitoring</primary><secondary>outages with scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7138 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>monitoring with scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7139 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>monitoring outages of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7140 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>display, resizing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7141 <indexterm><primary>window</primary><secondary>resizing scout display</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7142 <indexterm><primary>resizing</primary><secondary>scout display</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7143 <indexterm><primary>starting</primary><secondary>scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7144 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>starting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7145 <indexterm><primary>initializing</primary><secondary>scout program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7146 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>command syntax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7147 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>scout</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7148 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>attention levels, setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7149 <indexterm><primary>highlighting statistics in scout display</primary><secondary>setting thresholds</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7150 <indexterm><primary>thresholds for statistics in scout display</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7151 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7152 <indexterm><primary>scout program</primary><secondary>examples (command and display)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7153 <indexterm><primary>examples</primary><secondary>scout program display</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7154 <indexterm><primary>cmfx trace log (fstrace)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7155 <indexterm><primary>trace log from (fstrace)</primary><secondary>cmfx</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7156 <indexterm><primary>cm event set (fstrace)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7157 <indexterm><primary>event set (fstrace)</primary><secondary>cm</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7158 <indexterm><primary>active</primary><secondary>state of fstrace event set</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7159 <indexterm><primary>inactive (state of fstrace event set)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7160 <indexterm><primary>dormant (state of fstrace event set)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7161 <indexterm><primary>persistent fstrace event set or trace log</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7162 <indexterm><primary>trace log (fstrace)</primary><secondary>persistence</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7163 <indexterm><primary>event set (fstrace)</primary><secondary>persistence</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7164 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>required for fstrace commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7165 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>privilege requirements</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7166 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>setlog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7167 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace setlog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7168 <indexterm><primary>trace log (fstrace)</primary><secondary>configuring</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7169 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>trace log (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7170 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>setset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7171 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace setset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7172 <indexterm><primary>event set (fstrace)</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7173 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>event set (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7174 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>lsset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7175 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace lsset</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7176 <indexterm><primary>event set (fstrace)</primary><secondary>displaying state</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7177 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>state of event set (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7178 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>lslog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7179 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace lslog</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7180 <indexterm><primary>trace log (fstrace)</primary><secondary>displaying state</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7181 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>state of trace log (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7182 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7183 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace dump</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7184 <indexterm><primary>trace log (fstrace)</primary><secondary>dumping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7185 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>contents of trace log (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7186 <indexterm><primary>dumping</primary><secondary>trace log contents (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7187 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>clear</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7188 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fstrace clear</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7189 <indexterm><primary>trace log (fstrace)</primary><secondary>clearing contents</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7190 <indexterm><primary>clearing</primary><secondary>contents of trace log (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7191 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>trace log contents (fstrace)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7192 <indexterm><primary>fstrace commands</primary><secondary>example of use</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7193 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>features summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7194 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>requirements for running</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7195 <indexterm><primary>curses graphics utility</primary><secondary>afsmonitor program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7196 <indexterm><primary>xstat as requirement for running afsmonitor</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7197 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>setting terminal type</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7198 <indexterm><primary>terminal type</primary><secondary>setting for afsmonitor</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7199 <indexterm><primary>dumb terminal</primary><secondary>use with afsmonitor</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7200 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>required for afsmonitor program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7201 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>screen layout</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7202 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>creating configuration files for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7203 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>afsmonitor program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7204 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>creating an output file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7205 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>command syntax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7206 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>afsmonitor</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7207 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>stopping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7208 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7209 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>libxstat_fs.a library</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7210 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>libxstat_cm.a library</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7211 <indexterm><primary>data collection</primary><secondary>with xstat data collection facility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7212 <indexterm><primary>collecting</primary><secondary>data with xstat data collection facility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7213 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>collecting data with xstat data collection facility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7214 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>collecting data with xstat data collection facility</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7215 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>xstat data collection facility libraries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7216 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>xstat data collection facility libraries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7217 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7218 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7219 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary><secondary>routines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7220 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary><secondary>routines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7221 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>xstat data collections</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7222 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>xstat data collections</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7223 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>data collections</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7224 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary><secondary>data collections</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7225 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary><secondary>data collections</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7226 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>obtaining more information</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7227 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary><secondary>obtaining more information</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7228 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary><secondary>obtaining more information</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7229 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>example commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7230 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary><secondary>example command using</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7231 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary><secondary>example command using</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7232 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>xstat example commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7233 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>xstat example commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7234 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>xstat_fs_test</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7235 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_fs.a library</primary><secondary>xstat_fs_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7236 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>xstat_fs_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7237 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>xstat_fs_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7238 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>xstat_cm_test</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7239 <indexterm><primary>libxstat_cm.a library</primary><secondary>xstat_cm_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7240 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>xstat_cm_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7241 <indexterm><primary>xstat data collection facility</primary><secondary>xstat_cm_test example command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7242 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>auditing events on AIX server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7243 <indexterm><primary>AIX</primary><secondary>auditing AFS events</secondary><tertiary>about</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7244 <indexterm><primary>auditing AFS events on AIX server machines</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7245 <indexterm><primary>events</primary><secondary>auditing AFS on AIX server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7246 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7247 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>server encryption key</secondary><see>server encryption key</see></indexterm>
+IDX7248 <indexterm><primary>mutual authentication</primary><secondary>server encryption key's role</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7249 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>role in mutual authentication</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7250 <indexterm><primary>Ticket Granting Service</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7251 <indexterm><primary>TGS</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7252 <indexterm><primary>server ticket</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7253 <indexterm><primary>session key</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7254 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>changing frequently</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7255 <indexterm><primary>key version number</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7256 <indexterm><primary>kvno</primary><secondary></secondary><see>key version number</see></indexterm>
+IDX7257 <indexterm><primary>KeyFile file</primary><secondary>storage site for server encryption keys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7258 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>/usr/afs/etc/KeyFile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7259 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7260 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7261 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>site for AFS server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7262 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>afs entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7263 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>password-like nature</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7264 <indexterm><primary>Update Server</primary><secondary>distributor of KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7265 <indexterm><primary>system control machine</primary><secondary>source for common KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7266 <indexterm><primary>checksum</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7267 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>checksum displayed</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7268 <indexterm><primary>KeyFile file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7269 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7270 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>displaying from KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7271 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>server encryption keys in KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7272 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos listkeys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7273 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>listkeys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7274 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>server encryption key</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7275 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>server encryption key from Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7276 <indexterm><primary>afs entry in Authentication Database</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7277 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>displaying from Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7278 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7279 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>examine, to inspect afs key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7280 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>server encryption key to KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7281 <indexterm><primary>defining</primary><secondary>server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7282 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7283 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>adding to KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7284 <indexterm><primary>KeyFile file</primary><secondary>adding server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7285 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>server encryption key</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7286 <indexterm><primary>defining</primary><secondary>server encryption key in Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7287 <indexterm><primary>afs entry in Authentication Database</primary><secondary>setting server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7288 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>setting in Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7289 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>addkey</secondary><tertiary>basic instructions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7290 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos addkey</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7291 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7292 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7293 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>server encryption key from KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7294 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>removing from KeyFile file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7295 <indexterm><primary>KeyFile file</primary><secondary>removing server encryption key</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7296 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos removekey</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7297 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>removekey</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7298 <indexterm><primary>emergency</primary><secondary>server encryption keys mismatched</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7299 <indexterm><primary>server encryption key</primary><secondary>emergency need to replace</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7300 <indexterm><primary>mutual authentication</primary><secondary>failure due to mismatched keys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7301 <indexterm><primary>Ubik</primary><secondary>failure due to mismatched server encryption keys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7302 <indexterm><primary>handling</primary><secondary>server encryption key emergency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7303 <indexterm><primary>NoAuth file</primary><secondary>creating in emergencies</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7304 <indexterm><primary>unlog command</primary><secondary>when handling key emergency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7305 <indexterm><primary>klog command</primary><secondary>when handling key emergency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7306 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>addkey</secondary><tertiary>when handling key emergency</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7307 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setpassword , when handling key emergency</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7308 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>administering</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7309 <indexterm><primary>administering</primary><secondary>client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7310 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>configuring and customizing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7311 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>Cache Manager</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7312 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7313 <indexterm><primary>usr/vice/etc directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7314 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/vice/etc</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7315 <indexterm><primary>configuration files</primary><secondary>client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7316 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>configuration files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7317 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>/usr/vice/etc directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7318 <indexterm><primary>afsd program</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7319 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>afsd initialization program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7320 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>afsd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7321 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>afsd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7322 <indexterm><primary>programs</primary><secondary>afsd</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7323 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>cacheinfo</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7324 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7325 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7326 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CellServDB (client)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7327 <indexterm><primary>NetInfo file (client version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7328 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetInfo (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7329 <indexterm><primary>NetRestrict file (client version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7330 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetRestrict (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7331 <indexterm><primary>ThisCell file (client)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7332 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>ThisCell (client)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7333 <indexterm><primary>AFS</primary><secondary>initialization script</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7334 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>AFS initialization script</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7335 <indexterm><primary>initialization script for AFS</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7336 <indexterm><primary>script for AFS initialization</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7337 <indexterm><primary>dynamic kernel loader programs</primary><secondary>directory for AFS library files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7338 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>AFS libraries used by dynamic kernel loader programs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7339 <indexterm><primary>afszcm.cat file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7340 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>afszcm.cat</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7341 <indexterm><primary>usr/vice/cache directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7342 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>/usr/vice/cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7343 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>disk cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7344 <indexterm><primary>cache files (client)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7345 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>cache files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7346 <indexterm><primary>CacheItems file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7347 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CacheItems</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7348 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>VolumeItems</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7349 <indexterm><primary>VolumeItems file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7350 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>Vn</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7351 <indexterm><primary>Vn file (data cache)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7352 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>Vn file in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7353 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>disk versus memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7354 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>disk versus memory cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7355 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>recommendations</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7356 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>disk cache location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7357 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>cache size from cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7358 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>cache size in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7359 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>data cache</secondary><tertiary>displaying size set at reboot</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7360 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>disk cache location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7361 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary><secondary>displaying contents</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7362 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>cache size</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7363 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>data cache size specified in cacheinfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7364 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>disk cache location, in cacheinfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7365 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>disk cache location</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7366 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>data cache size set at reboot</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7367 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>data cache size from cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7368 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>data cache size in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7369 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>set at reboot</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7370 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>specified in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7371 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>setting in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7372 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>changing location of disk cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7373 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>set at reboot, displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7374 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>displaying size specified in cacheinfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7375 <indexterm><primary>location</primary><secondary>setting for client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7376 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>disk cache location in cacheinfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7377 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>current, displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7378 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>displaying current</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7379 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>displaying current</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7380 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>data cache size, current</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7381 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>getcacheparms</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7382 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs getcacheparms</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7383 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>setting in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7384 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>setting in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7385 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>setting in cacheinfo file</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7386 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>data cache size in cacheinfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7387 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary><secondary>format</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7388 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>size</secondary><tertiary>setting until next reboot</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7389 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>data cache size temporarily</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7390 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>setting until next reboot</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7391 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>setting until next reboot</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7392 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setcachesize</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7393 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setcachesize</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7394 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>disk cache size</secondary><tertiary>resetting to default value</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7395 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>disk cache size to default value</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7396 <indexterm><primary>resetting</primary><secondary>disk cache size to default value</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7397 <indexterm><primary>cacheinfo file</primary><secondary>resetting disk cache to size specified</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7398 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>disk cache size</secondary><tertiary>resetting to default value</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7399 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>data cache size</secondary><tertiary>resetting to default value (for disk cache only)</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7400 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7401 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7402 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>client knowledge of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7403 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>database server processes, contacting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7404 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>database server processes, contacting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7405 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client), using</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7406 <indexterm><primary>command interpreters</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client), using</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7407 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>copied into kernel memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7408 <indexterm><primary>kernel memory (client)</primary><secondary>CellServDB file, reading into</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7409 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>correct format</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7410 <indexterm><primary>format of CellServDB file (client)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7411 <indexterm><primary>maintaining</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7412 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>maintaining</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7413 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>central update source for clients</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7414 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>global source from AFS Support</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7415 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7416 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7417 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client), displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7418 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>CellServDB file, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7419 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>database server machines, displaying knowledge of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7420 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>listcells</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7421 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs listcells</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7422 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>database server machine</secondary><tertiary>to client CellServDB file and kernel memory</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7423 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>database server machine</secondary><tertiary>from client CellServDB file and kernel memory</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7424 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>adding</secondary><tertiary>to client CellServDB file and kernel memory</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7425 <indexterm><primary>database server machine</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>from client CellServDB file and kernel memory</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7426 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>changing list of cells in kernel memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7427 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>changing list in client kernel memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7428 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>changing CellServDB file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7429 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>changing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7430 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>to update client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7431 <indexterm><primary>CellServDB file (client)</primary><secondary>updating with or without package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7432 <indexterm><primary>updating</primary><secondary>CellServDB file (client) with or without package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7433 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>newcell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7434 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs newcell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7435 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>controlling running of setuid programs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7436 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>setuid programs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7437 <indexterm><primary>setuid programs</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7438 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>getcellstatus</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7439 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs getcellstatus</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7440 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setcell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7441 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setcell</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7442 <indexterm><primary>file server probe interval</primary><secondary>setting for a client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7443 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>client-to-file-server probe interval</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7444 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>probe interval for File Server</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7445 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>checkservers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7446 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs checkservers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7447 <indexterm><primary>cell</primary><secondary>setting home cell for client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7448 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>home cell for client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7449 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>ThisCell file (client), value in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7450 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>home cell</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7451 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>home cell</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7452 <indexterm><primary>ThisCell file (client)</primary><secondary>setting value in</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7453 <indexterm><primary>flushing</primary><secondary>data cache on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7454 <indexterm><primary>data cache</primary><secondary>flushing (forcing update)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7455 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>flushing cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7456 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>flushing from data cache on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7457 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>flushing from data cache on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7458 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>flushing from data cache on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7459 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>flushing from data cache on client machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7460 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>flushing data cache</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7461 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>flush</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7462 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs flush</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7463 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>flushvolume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7464 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs flushvolume</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7465 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>checkvolumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7466 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs checkvolumes</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7467 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>flushmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7468 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs flushmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7469 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>preference ranks for File Server and VL Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7470 <indexterm><primary>file server machine</primary><secondary>Cache Manager preference ranks for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7471 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>Cache Manager preference ranks for file server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7472 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>Cache Manager preferences for file server machines</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7473 <indexterm><primary>server preference ranks</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7474 <indexterm><primary>VL Server</primary><secondary>Cache Manager preference ranks for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7475 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>getserverprefs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7476 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs getserverprefs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7477 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setserverprefs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7478 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setserverprefs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7479 <indexterm><primary>preferences</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7480 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>use of NetInfo file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7481 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>use of NetRestrict file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7482 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>interfaces registered with File Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7483 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>client interfaces registered</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7484 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>client interfaces registered with File Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7485 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>client interfaces registered with File Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7486 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetInfo (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7487 <indexterm><primary>NetInfo file (client version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7488 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>NetInfo file (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7489 <indexterm><primary>editing</primary><secondary>NetInfo file (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7490 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>NetRestrict (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7491 <indexterm><primary>NetRestrict file (client version)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7492 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>NetRestrict file (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7493 <indexterm><primary>editing</primary><secondary>NetRestrict file (client version)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7494 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>getclientaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7495 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs getclientaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7496 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setclientaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7497 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setclientaddrs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7498 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>messages displayed, controlling</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7499 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>messages displayed, controlling</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7500 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>messages</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7501 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs messages</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7502 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>system type name stored in kernel memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7503 <indexterm><primary>client machine</primary><secondary>system type name stored in Cache Manager memory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7504 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>sysname</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7505 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs sysname</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7506 <indexterm><primary>sys command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7507 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>sys</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7508 <indexterm><primary>asynchrony</primary><secondary>enabling for Cache Manager write operations</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7509 <indexterm><primary>synchrony</primary><secondary>controlling for Cache Manager write operations</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7510 <indexterm><primary>Cache Manager</primary><secondary>enabling asynchrony for write operations</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7511 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>storebehind</secondary><tertiary>setting default asynchrony</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7512 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs storebehind</secondary><tertiary>setting default asynchrony</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7513 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>storebehind</secondary><tertiary>setting asynchrony for specific files</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7514 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs storebehind</secondary><tertiary>setting asynchrony for specific files</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7515 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>storebehind</secondary><tertiary>displaying default asynchrony</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7516 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs storebehind</secondary><tertiary>displaying default asynchrony</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7517 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>storebehind</secondary><tertiary>displaying asynchrony for specific files</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7518 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs storebehind</secondary><tertiary>displaying asynchrony for specific files</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7519 <indexterm><primary>configuring</primary><secondary>local disk of client with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7520 <indexterm><primary>client</primary><secondary>configuring local disk with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7521 <indexterm><primary>disk</primary><secondary>local</secondary><see>local disk</see></indexterm>
+IDX7522 <indexterm><primary>local disk</primary><secondary>configuring on client, using package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7523 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>prototype file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7524 <indexterm><primary>prototype files in package</primary><secondary>about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7525 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>preparing prototype files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7526 <indexterm><primary>prototype files in package</primary><secondary>preparing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7527 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>compiling prototype files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7528 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>configuration files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7529 <indexterm><primary>configuration files</primary><secondary>package program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7530 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>directory structure</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7531 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>example prototype files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7532 <indexterm><primary>prototype files in package</primary><secondary>examples</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7533 <indexterm><primary>library files in package</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7534 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>library files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7535 <indexterm><primary>examples</primary><secondary>prototype files for package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7536 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>example library files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7537 <indexterm><primary>library files in package</primary><secondary>examples</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7538 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>preparing prototype files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7539 <indexterm><primary>examples</primary><secondary>library files for package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7540 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>configuration file instructions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7541 <indexterm><primary>configuration file</primary><secondary>instructions for package program</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7542 <indexterm><primary>D instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7543 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>D instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7544 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining directory in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7545 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7546 <indexterm><primary>F instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7547 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>F instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7548 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining file in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7549 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7550 <indexterm><primary>L instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7551 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>L instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7552 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining symbolic link in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7553 <indexterm><primary>symbolic link</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7554 <indexterm><primary>B instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7555 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>B instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7556 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining block special device in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7557 <indexterm><primary>block special device</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7558 <indexterm><primary>C instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7559 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>C instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7560 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining character special device in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7561 <indexterm><primary>character special device</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7562 <indexterm><primary>S instruction</primary><secondary>package configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7563 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>S instruction in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7564 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>defining socket in configuration file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7565 <indexterm><primary>socket</primary><secondary>creating with package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7566 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>constructing prototype and library files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7567 <indexterm><primary>prototype files in package</primary><secondary>constructing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7568 <indexterm><primary>library files in package</primary><secondary>constructing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7569 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>Makefile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7570 <indexterm><primary>Makefile for package</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7571 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>package Makefile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7572 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>modifying the Makefile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7573 <indexterm><primary>Makefile for package</primary><secondary>modifying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7574 <indexterm><primary>modifying</primary><secondary>package Makefile</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7575 <indexterm><primary>compiling</primary><secondary>package prototype file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7576 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>compiling prototype files</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7577 <indexterm><primary>package directory</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7578 <indexterm><primary>client</primary><secondary>modifying to run package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7579 <indexterm><primary>package</primary><secondary>modifying clients to run</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7580 <indexterm><primary>modifying</primary><secondary>clients to run package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7581 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>package</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7582 <indexterm><primary>package command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7583 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>two methods for creating and deleting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7584 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>components</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7585 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>account</secondary><see>user account</see></indexterm>
+IDX7586 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>privilege required</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7587 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>required for uss commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7588 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>add</secondary><tertiary>avoiding interruption</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7589 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary><tertiary>avoiding interruption</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7590 <indexterm><primary>previewing</primary><secondary>user account creation/deletion with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7591 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>uss commands to create/delete</secondary><tertiary>previewing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7592 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creation using uss</secondary><tertiary>previewing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7593 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>deletion using uss</secondary><tertiary>previewing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7594 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>previewing effect of command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7595 <indexterm><primary>failure</primary><secondary>of uss account creation</secondary><tertiary>recovering from</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7596 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>account</secondary><tertiary>recovering from account creation failure</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7597 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>command</secondary><tertiary>reissuing, effect of</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7598 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>overwriting existing account components</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7599 <indexterm><primary>overwriting</primary><secondary>existing directories/files/links with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7600 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>overwritten by uss if exists</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7601 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>overwritten by uss if exists</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7602 <indexterm><primary>hard link</primary><secondary>overwritten by uss if exists</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7603 <indexterm><primary>symbolic link</primary><secondary>overwritten by uss if exists</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7604 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>creating entry for AFS user</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7605 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>matching with UNIX UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7606 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>matching AFS and UNIX UIDs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7607 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>AFS UID, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7608 <indexterm><primary>assigning</primary><secondary>AFS UID with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7609 <indexterm><primary>UNIX UID</primary><secondary>matching with AFS UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7610 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>setting in local password file</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7611 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>setting password in</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7612 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>common local password file with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7613 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>creating common source version with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7614 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>local password file</secondary><tertiary>creating common source version</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7615 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>creating common source version with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7616 <indexterm><primary>passwd file</primary><secondary></secondary><see>local password file</see></indexterm>
+IDX7617 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>converting existing UNIX accounts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7618 <indexterm><primary>converting</primary><secondary>existing UNIX accounts to AFS accounts</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7619 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>converting existing UNIX to AFS</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7620 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>advantages over individual account-creation commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7621 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>advantages</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7622 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>instructions summarized</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7623 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>instructions for different account types</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7624 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creating different types with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7625 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>user account types with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7626 <indexterm><primary>constants</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7627 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>constants</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7628 <indexterm><primary>variables</primary><secondary>in uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7629 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>variables</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7630 <indexterm><primary>number variables</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7631 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>number variables</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7632 <indexterm><primary>location</primary><secondary>standard for uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7633 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>standard locations</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7634 <indexterm><primary>rules</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7635 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>rules for constructing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7636 <indexterm><primary>examples</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7637 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>examples</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7638 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>directory</secondary><tertiary>distributing evenly with G instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7639 <indexterm><primary>defining</primary><secondary>directory for even distribution of accounts with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7640 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>defining for even distribution of accounts with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7641 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>G instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7642 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>directory</secondary><tertiary>G instruction for even distribution</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7643 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>creating with V instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7644 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>volume with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7645 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7646 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>V instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7647 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>creating with V instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7648 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>zero-length</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7649 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>setting quota</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7650 <indexterm><primary>volume quota</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7651 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>quota on volume, setting with V instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7652 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>volume quota with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7653 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>volume</secondary><tertiary>mounting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7654 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>mount point with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7655 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>mount point, creating with V instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7656 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7657 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>methods for grouping</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7658 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>ACL, setting on home directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7659 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>setting on user home directory with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7660 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>ACL, setting</secondary><tertiary>user home directory with V instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7661 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>ACL on home directory with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7662 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>D instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7663 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>directory</secondary><tertiary>creating</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7664 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>directory</secondary><tertiary>creating with D instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7665 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>directory with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7666 <indexterm><primary>directory</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7667 <indexterm><primary>D instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7668 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>setting for directory with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7669 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>ACL for directory with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7670 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>ACL, setting</secondary><tertiary>directory created by D instruction</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7671 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>ACL, setting for directory</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7672 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>file, creating from prototype</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7673 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>file with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7674 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7675 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>F instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7676 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>file</secondary><tertiary>creating from prototype</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7677 <indexterm><primary>F instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7678 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>file, creating by echoing one line</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7679 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>file with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7680 <indexterm><primary>file</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7681 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>E instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7682 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>file</secondary><tertiary>creating by echoing one line</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7683 <indexterm><primary>E instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7684 <indexterm><primary>L instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7685 <indexterm><primary>S instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7686 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>hard link, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7687 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>link (hard or symbolic) with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7688 <indexterm><primary>hard link</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7689 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>L instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7690 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>hard link, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7691 <indexterm><primary>uss</primary><secondary>symbolic link, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7692 <indexterm><primary>symbolic link</primary><secondary>creating with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7693 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>S instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7694 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>symbolic link, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7695 <indexterm><primary>A instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7696 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>password/authentication security, setting with A instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7697 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>A instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7698 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>password/authentication security, setting with A instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7699 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>command, executing with X instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7700 <indexterm><primary>executing</primary><secondary>command using uss template line</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7701 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>executing from uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7702 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>X instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7703 <indexterm><primary>uss template file</primary><secondary>command, executing with X instruction</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7704 <indexterm><primary>X instruction</primary><secondary>uss template file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7705 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>user account</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7706 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>account</secondary><see>user account</see></indexterm>
+IDX7707 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creating</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7708 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>assigning</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7709 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Protection Database user entry</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7710 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Authentication Database entry</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7711 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>creating with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7712 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>entry</secondary><tertiary>creating with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7713 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>creating individual user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7714 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>assigning</secondary><tertiary>with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7715 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>AFS UID, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7716 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>add</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7717 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>uss add</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7718 <indexterm><primary>deleting</primary><secondary>user accounts with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7719 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>deleting with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7720 <indexterm><primary>deleting</primary><secondary>Protection Database user entry with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7721 <indexterm><primary>deleting</primary><secondary>Authentication Database entry with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7722 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7723 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting with uss</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7724 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>deleting individual user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7725 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7726 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>uss delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7727 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>user accounts in bulk with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7728 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creating/deleting many at once</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7729 <indexterm><primary>bulk mode in uss</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7730 <indexterm><primary>deleting</primary><secondary>user accounts in bulk with uss</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7731 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>creating/deleting user accounts in bulk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7732 <indexterm><primary>rules</primary><secondary>for uss bulk input file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7733 <indexterm><primary>uss bulk input file</primary><secondary>rules for constructing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7734 <indexterm><primary>uss commands</primary><secondary>bulk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7735 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>uss bulk</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7736 <indexterm><primary>administering</primary><secondary>user accounts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7737 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>creating entry for AFS user</secondary><tertiary>with manual account creation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7738 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>matching with UNIX UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7739 <indexterm><primary>UNIX UID</primary><secondary>matching with AFS UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7740 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>setting in local password file</secondary><tertiary>with manual account creation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7741 <indexterm><primary>local password file</primary><secondary>setting password in</secondary><tertiary>with manual account creation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7742 <indexterm><primary>converting</primary><secondary>existing UNIX accounts to AFS accounts</secondary><tertiary>with manual account creation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7743 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>converting existing UNIX to AFS</secondary><tertiary>with manual account creation</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7744 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>user account</secondary><tertiary>with individual commands</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7745 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>creating</secondary><tertiary>with individual commands</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7746 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Protection Database user entry</secondary><tertiary>with pts createuser command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7747 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Authentication Database entry</secondary><tertiary>with kas create command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7748 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>creating with pts createuser command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7749 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>entry</secondary><tertiary>creating with kas create command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7750 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>assigning</secondary><tertiary>with pts createuser command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7751 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>assigning</secondary><tertiary>with pts createuser command</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7752 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>AFS UID, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7753 <indexterm><primary>assigning</primary><secondary>AFS UID to user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7754 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>createuser</secondary><tertiary>user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7755 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts createuser</secondary><tertiary>user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7756 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>create</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7757 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas create</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7758 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>create</secondary><tertiary>when creating user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7759 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos create</secondary><tertiary>when creating user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7760 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when creating user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7761 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when creating user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7762 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>improving security</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7763 <indexterm><primary>authentication</primary><secondary>improving security</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7764 <indexterm><primary>login</primary><secondary>limiting failed attempts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7765 <indexterm><primary>klog command</primary><secondary>limiting failed attempts</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7766 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>limiting failed authentication attempts</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7767 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary><tertiary>limiting failed authentication attempts</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7768 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>unlock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7769 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas unlock</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7770 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting password lifetime</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7771 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting password lifetime</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7772 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>password lifetime, setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7773 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>prohibiting password reuse</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7774 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary><tertiary>prohibiting password reuse</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7775 <indexterm><primary>password</primary><secondary>setting in Authentication Database</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7776 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>password</secondary><tertiary>in Authentication Database</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7777 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>password</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7778 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7779 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setpassword</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7780 <indexterm><primary>username</primary><secondary>changing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7781 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7782 <indexterm><primary>renaming</primary><secondary>user account components</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7783 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>changing username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7784 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>changing username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7785 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>rename</secondary><tertiary>username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7786 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts rename</secondary><tertiary>username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7787 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7788 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas delete</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7789 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>create</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7790 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas create</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7791 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>rename</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7792 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos rename</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7793 <indexterm><primary>volume name</primary><secondary>changing</secondary><tertiary>when renaming user</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7794 <indexterm><primary>renaming</primary><secondary>volume when changing username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7795 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>volume name when renaming user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7796 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>rmmount</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7797 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7798 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>changing when renaming user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7799 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>mount point</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7800 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>mount point when renaming user</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7801 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7802 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs mkmount</secondary><tertiary>when changing username</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7803 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>mount point when changing username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7804 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>user account components</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7805 <indexterm><primary>user account</primary><secondary>removing from system</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7806 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary><tertiary>when removing user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7807 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7808 <indexterm><primary>Authentication Database</primary><secondary>entry</secondary><tertiary>removing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7809 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>remove</secondary><tertiary>when removing user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7810 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>vos remove</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7811 <indexterm><primary>volume</primary><secondary>removing</secondary><tertiary>when removing user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7812 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>volume when removing user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7813 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>rmmount</secondary><tertiary>when removing user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7814 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs rmmount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7815 <indexterm><primary>mount point</primary><secondary>removing when removing user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7816 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>mount point when removing user account</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7817 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary><tertiary>when removing user account</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7818 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7819 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7820 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7821 <indexterm><primary>current protection subgroup</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7822 <indexterm><primary>CPS</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7823 <indexterm><primary>Protection Server</primary><secondary>building CPS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7824 <indexterm><primary>File Server</primary><secondary>CPS requested from Protection Server</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7825 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7826 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7827 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7828 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>machine entry, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7829 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry, described</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7830 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7831 <indexterm><primary>system groups</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7832 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>system</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7833 <indexterm><primary>membership</primary><secondary>system groups</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7834 <indexterm><primary>system:anyuser group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7835 <indexterm><primary>system:authuser group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7836 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7837 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7838 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>owner of Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7839 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>creator of Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7840 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7841 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>membership count in Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7842 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>group-creation quota in Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7843 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>membership count</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7844 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7845 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>machine entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7846 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7847 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>owner of entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7848 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>creator of entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7849 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>privacy flags</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7850 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group creation quota</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7851 <indexterm><primary>mapping</primary><secondary>AFS ID to group, machine, or username</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7852 <indexterm><primary>mapping</primary><secondary>username to AFS UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7853 <indexterm><primary>mapping</primary><secondary>machine name to AFS UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7854 <indexterm><primary>mapping</primary><secondary>group name to AFS GID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7855 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>for one user or machine</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7856 <indexterm><primary>AFS GID</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>for one group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7857 <indexterm><primary>owner</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7858 <indexterm><primary>creator</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7859 <indexterm><primary>members</primary><secondary>group, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7860 <indexterm><primary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7861 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7862 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>owner</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7863 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>creation quota</secondary><see>quota</see></indexterm>
+IDX7864 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7865 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>group memberships</secondary><tertiary>displaying number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7866 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7867 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7868 <indexterm><primary>quota</primary><secondary>group-creation</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7869 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>group-creation quota</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7870 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7871 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7872 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>group memberships</secondary><tertiary>displaying number</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7873 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7874 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts examine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7875 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7876 <indexterm><primary>AFS GID</primary><secondary>definition</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7877 <indexterm><primary>UNIX UID</primary><secondary>difference from AFS UID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7878 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>groups to which user or machine belongs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7879 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>members of group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7880 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>members, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7881 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>membership of machine or user, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7882 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>group memberships, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7883 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>group memberships, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7884 <indexterm><primary>members</primary><secondary>group, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7885 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>membership</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7886 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts membership</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7887 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>groups owned, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7888 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>groups owned by a user or group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7889 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>orphaned, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7890 <indexterm><primary>orphaned group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7891 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>groups owned, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7892 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>owned by user or group, displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7893 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>listowned</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7894 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts listowned</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7895 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>Protection Database entries (all)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7896 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>owner of Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7897 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>creator of Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7898 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7899 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>machine entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7900 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>user entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7901 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>owner of entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying for all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7902 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>creator of entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying for all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7903 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>for all users and machines in Protection Database</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7904 <indexterm><primary>AFS GID</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary><tertiary>for all groups in Protection Database</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7905 <indexterm><primary>owner</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7906 <indexterm><primary>creator</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7907 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7908 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>owner</secondary><tertiary>displaying for all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7909 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7910 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>displaying all</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7911 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>listentries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7912 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts listentries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7913 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Protection Database machine entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7914 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>machine entry, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7915 <indexterm><primary>assigning</primary><secondary>AFS UID to machine</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7916 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7917 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>AFS UID, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7918 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>reusing, about</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7919 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>createuser</secondary><tertiary>machine entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7920 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts createuser</secondary><tertiary>machine entry</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7921 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>Protection Database group entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7922 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group entry, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7923 <indexterm><primary>assigning</primary><secondary>AFS GID to group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7924 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7925 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>AFS GID, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7926 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>name, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7927 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>regular and prefix-less, defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7928 <indexterm><primary>regular group</primary><secondary></secondary><see>group</see></indexterm>
+IDX7929 <indexterm><primary>prefix-less group</primary><secondary></secondary><see>group</see></indexterm>
+IDX7930 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>using effectively</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7931 <indexterm><primary>private use of group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7932 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>private use</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7933 <indexterm><primary>shared use of group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7934 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>shared use</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7935 <indexterm><primary>group use of group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7936 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>group use</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7937 <indexterm><primary>self-owned group</primary></indexterm>
+IDX7938 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>creategroup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7939 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts creategroup</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7940 <indexterm><primary>owner</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>rules for assigning</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7941 <indexterm><primary>rules</primary><secondary>group names, assigning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7942 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>rules for naming</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7943 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>self-owned, creating</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7944 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>group, self-owned</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7945 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>group ownership to self-owned</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7946 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>members to groups</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7947 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>members, adding</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7948 <indexterm><primary>members</primary><secondary>group, adding</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7949 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>adding to group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7950 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>adding to group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7951 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>adduser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7952 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts adduser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7953 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>group members</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7954 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>members, removing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7955 <indexterm><primary>members</primary><secondary>group, removing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7956 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>removing from group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7957 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>removing from group</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7958 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>removeuser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7959 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts removeuser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7960 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7961 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>entry, deleting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7962 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7963 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7964 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>deleting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7965 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7966 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts delete</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7967 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>owner</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7968 <indexterm><primary>owner</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7969 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>owner of entry</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7970 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts chown</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7971 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>chown</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7972 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7973 <indexterm><primary>name</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7974 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>entry name</secondary><tertiary>changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7975 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>name, changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7976 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>name, changing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7977 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts rename</secondary><tertiary>machine or group name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7978 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>rename</secondary><tertiary>machine or group name</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7979 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>group-creation quota in Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7980 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group creation quota</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7981 <indexterm><primary>quota</primary><secondary>group-creation</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7982 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>group creation quota</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7983 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>group-creation quota</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7984 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>group-creation quota</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7985 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting group creation quota</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7986 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting group creation quota</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7987 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7988 <indexterm><primary>user</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7989 <indexterm><primary>machine</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7990 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7991 <indexterm><primary>privacy flags on Protection Database entry</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7992 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>privacy flags</secondary><tertiary>setting</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7993 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting privacy flags</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7994 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting privacy flags</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX7995 <indexterm><primary>counter</primary><secondary>Protection Database (max user id, max group id)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7996 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>max user id and max group id counters, displaying and setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7997 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>counter for automatic allocation, displaying and setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7998 <indexterm><primary>AFS GID</primary><secondary>counter for automatic allocation, displaying and setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX7999 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>listmax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8000 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts listmax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8001 <indexterm><primary>max user id counter (Protection Database)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8002 <indexterm><primary>max group id counter (Protection Database)</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8003 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>counters for AFS UID and AFS GID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8004 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>AFS user id and max group id counters</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8005 <indexterm><primary>max user id counter (Protection Database)</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8006 <indexterm><primary>max group id counter (Protection Database)</primary><secondary>setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8007 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>counters for AFS UID and AFS GID</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8008 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>AFS user id and max group id counters</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8009 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>ID counters, setting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8010 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>AFS UID and AFS GID counters</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8011 <indexterm><primary>Protection Database</primary><secondary>setting</secondary><tertiary>counters for AFS UIDs</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8012 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>setting counters for automatic allocation</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8013 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>AFS UID counters</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8014 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>setmax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8015 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts setmax</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8016 <indexterm><primary>protection of file data</primary><secondary>see also: <emphasis>ACL</emphasis></secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8017 <indexterm><primary>protection of file data</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UFS<emphasis>ACL</emphasis></secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8018 <indexterm><primary>UFS</primary><secondary>file protection compared to AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8019 <indexterm><primary>protection of file data</primary><secondary>AFS compared to UFS<emphasis>ACL</emphasis></secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8020 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>compared to UNIX protection</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8021 <indexterm><primary>directory-level data protection</primary><secondary>implications</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8022 <indexterm><primary>access</primary><secondary>permissions on ACL (see entries: <emphasis>permissions on ACL</emphasis>, <emphasis>ACL</emphasis>)</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8023 <indexterm><primary>permissions on ACL</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8024 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>permissions defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8025 <indexterm><primary>lookup ACL permission</primary><secondary></secondary><see>l ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8026 <indexterm><primary>l ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8027 <indexterm><primary>insert ACL permission</primary><secondary></secondary><see>i ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8028 <indexterm><primary>i ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8029 <indexterm><primary>delete ACL permission</primary><secondary></secondary><see>d ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8030 <indexterm><primary>d ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8031 <indexterm><primary>administer ACL permission</primary><secondary></secondary><see>a ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8032 <indexterm><primary>a ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8033 <indexterm><primary>read</primary><secondary>ACL permission</secondary><see>r ACL permission)</see></indexterm>
+IDX8034 <indexterm><primary>r ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8035 <indexterm><primary>write</primary><secondary>ACL permission</secondary><see>write ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8036 <indexterm><primary>w ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8037 <indexterm><primary>lock ACL permission</primary><secondary></secondary><see>k ACL permission</see></indexterm>
+IDX8038 <indexterm><primary>k ACL permission</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8039 <indexterm><primary>undefined ACL permissions</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8040 <indexterm><primary>auxiliary ACL permissions</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8041 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>auxiliary permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8042 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>shorthand notation for grouping permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8043 <indexterm><primary>shorthand notation</primary><secondary>ACL permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8044 <indexterm><primary>all shorthand for ACL permissions</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8045 <indexterm><primary>none shorthand for ACL permissions</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8046 <indexterm><primary>read</primary><secondary>shorthand for ACL permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8047 <indexterm><primary>write</primary><secondary>shorthand for ACL permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8048 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>normal vs. negative permissions</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8049 <indexterm><primary>normal ACL permissions</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8050 <indexterm><primary>negative ACL permissions</primary><secondary>defined</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8051 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>ACL entry, usefulness of</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8052 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>group entries, usefulness</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8053 <indexterm><primary>system groups</primary><secondary>using on ACLs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8054 <indexterm><primary>group</primary><secondary>system-defined on ACLs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8055 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>system groups on</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8056 <indexterm><primary>system:anyuser group</primary><secondary>using on ACLs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8057 <indexterm><primary>system:authuser group</primary><secondary>using on ACLs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8058 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>foreign users on</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8059 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8060 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8061 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>listacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8062 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs listacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8063 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>setting entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8064 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>editing entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8065 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>adding entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8066 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>removing entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8067 <indexterm><primary>changing</primary><secondary>ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8068 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8069 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>file access by setting ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8070 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>ACL entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8071 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>ACL entry</secondary><tertiary>normal permissions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8072 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>ACL entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8073 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8074 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8075 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setacl</secondary><tertiary>with -negative flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8076 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setacl</secondary><tertiary>with -negative flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8077 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>ACL entry in negative permissions section</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8078 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>ACL entry</secondary><tertiary>negative permissions</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8079 <indexterm><primary>denying</primary><secondary>file access with negative ACL entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8080 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>replacing all entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8081 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>clearing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8082 <indexterm><primary>replacing</primary><secondary>all entries on ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8083 <indexterm><primary>erasing</primary><secondary>all ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8084 <indexterm><primary>clearing</primary><secondary>all ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8085 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>all ACL entries</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8086 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>setacl</secondary><tertiary>with -clear flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8087 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs setacl</secondary><tertiary>with -clear flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8088 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>copying between directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8089 <indexterm><primary>creating</primary><secondary>ACL as copy of another</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8090 <indexterm><primary>copying</primary><secondary>ACL between directories</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8091 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>copyacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8092 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs copyacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8093 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>removing obsolete AFS IDs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8094 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>obsolete AFS IDs from ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8095 <indexterm><primary>AFS UID</primary><secondary>removing obsolete from ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8096 <indexterm><primary>AFS GID</primary><secondary>removing obsolete from ACL</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8097 <indexterm><primary>ACL</primary><secondary>cleaning</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8098 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs cleanacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8099 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>cleanacl</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8100 <indexterm><primary>UNIX</primary><secondary>mode bits, interpretation in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8101 <indexterm><primary>UFS</primary><secondary>mode bits, interpretation in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8102 <indexterm><primary>mode bits (UNIX)</primary><secondary>interpretation in AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8103 <indexterm><primary>administrative privilege</primary><secondary>three types</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8104 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary></secondary><see>administrative privilege</see></indexterm>
+IDX8105 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8106 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8107 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for pts commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8108 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for fs commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8109 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for fs commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8110 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for pts commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8111 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary><secondary>privileges resulting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8112 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary><secondary>members</secondary><tertiary>displaying</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8113 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>system:administrators group members</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8114 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>membership</secondary><tertiary>displaying system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8115 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts membership</secondary><tertiary>displaying system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8116 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary><secondary>members</secondary><tertiary>adding</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8117 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>system:administrators group members</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8118 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>adduser</secondary><tertiary>for system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8119 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts adduser</secondary><tertiary>for system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8120 <indexterm><primary>system:administrators group</primary><secondary>members</secondary><tertiary>removing</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8121 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>system:administrators group members</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8122 <indexterm><primary>pts commands</primary><secondary>removeuser</secondary><tertiary>for system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8123 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>pts removeuser</secondary><tertiary>for system:administrators group</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8124 <indexterm><primary>ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry</primary><secondary>privileges resulting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8125 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8126 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for kas commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8127 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for kas commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8128 <indexterm><primary>ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8129 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8130 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>examine</secondary><tertiary>to display ADMIN flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8131 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas examine</secondary><tertiary>to display ADMIN flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8132 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>kas setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting ADMIN flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8133 <indexterm><primary>kas commands</primary><secondary>setfields</secondary><tertiary>setting ADMIN flag</tertiary></indexterm>
+IDX8134 <indexterm><primary>ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry</primary><secondary>setting or removing</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8135 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>ADMIN flag to Authentication Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8136 <indexterm><primary>setting</primary><secondary>ADMIN flag in Authentication Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8137 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>ADMIN flag from Authentication Database entry</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8138 <indexterm><primary>UserList file</primary><secondary>privileges resulting</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8139 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for kas commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8140 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8141 <indexterm><primary>vos commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8142 <indexterm><primary>backup commands</primary><secondary>granting privilege for</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8143 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for bos commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8144 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for vos commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8145 <indexterm><primary>privilege</primary><secondary>granting for backup commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8146 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for bos commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8147 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for vos commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8148 <indexterm><primary>granting</primary><secondary>privilege for backup commands</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8149 <indexterm><primary>system control machine</primary><secondary>as distributor of UserList file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8150 <indexterm><primary>UserList file</primary><secondary>displaying</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8151 <indexterm><primary>displaying</primary><secondary>UserList file</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8152 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>listusers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8153 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos listusers</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8154 <indexterm><primary>UserList file</primary><secondary>adding users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8155 <indexterm><primary>adding</primary><secondary>UserList file users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8156 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>adduser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8157 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos adduser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8158 <indexterm><primary>UserList file</primary><secondary>removing users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8159 <indexterm><primary>removing</primary><secondary>UserList file users</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8160 <indexterm><primary>bos commands</primary><secondary>removeuser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8161 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>bos removeuser</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8162 <indexterm><primary>NFS/AFS Translator</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8163 <indexterm><primary>translator</primary><secondary>NFS/AFS</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8164 <indexterm><primary>AFSSERVER environment variable (NFS/AFS Translator)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8165 <indexterm><primary>NFS/AFS Translator</primary><secondary>AFSCONF environment variable</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8166 <indexterm><primary>AFSCONF environment variable (NFS/AFS Translator)</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8167 <indexterm><primary>asynchrony</primary><secondary>when AFS files saved on NFS clients</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8168 <indexterm><primary>synchrony</primary><secondary>when AFS files saved on NFS clients</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8169 <indexterm><primary>delayed write operations</primary><secondary>when AFS files saved on NFS clients</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8170 <indexterm><primary>write</primary><secondary>operations delayed from NFS clients</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8171 <indexterm><primary>write</primary><secondary>system call for files saved on NFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8172 <indexterm><primary>fsync system call</primary><secondary>for files saved on NFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8173 <indexterm><primary>close system call</primary><secondary>for files saved on NFS client</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8174 <indexterm><primary>etc/exports file</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8175 <indexterm><primary>files</primary><secondary>exports</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8176 <indexterm><primary>share command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8177 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>share</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8178 <indexterm><primary>fs commands</primary><secondary>exportafs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8179 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>fs exportafs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8180 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>mount</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8181 <indexterm><primary>mount command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8182 <indexterm><primary>knfs command</primary></indexterm>
+IDX8183 <indexterm><primary>commands</primary><secondary>knfs</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8184 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>displaying with knfs command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8185 <indexterm><primary>tokens</primary><secondary>discarding with knfs command</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8186 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>available statistics</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8187 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>Cache Manager statistics</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8188 <indexterm><primary>afsmonitor program</primary><secondary>file server statistics</secondary></indexterm>
+IDX8189 <indexterm><primary>AIX</primary><secondary>auditing AFS events</secondary><tertiary>list of available events</tertiary></indexterm>
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+></A
+>Appendix A. Managing the NFS/AFS Translator</H1
+><P
+>The NFS(R)/AFS(R) Translator enables users working on NFS client machines to access, create and remove files stored in AFS.
+  This chapter assumes familiarity with both NFS and AFS.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ596"
+>Summary of Instructions</A
+></H1
+><P
+>This chapter explains how to perform the following tasks by using the indicated commands:</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="informaltable"
+><A
+NAME="AEN33058"
+></A
+><TABLE
+BORDER="0"
+FRAME="void"
+CLASS="CALSTABLE"
+><COL
+WIDTH="70*"><COL
+WIDTH="30*"><TBODY
+><TR
+><TD
+>Mount directory on translator machine</TD
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mount</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+>Examine value of <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable</TD
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs sysname</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+>Enable/disable reexport of AFS, set other parameters</TD
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs exportafs</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+>Assign AFS tokens to user on NFS client machine</TD
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+></TBODY
+></TABLE
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ598"
+>Overview</A
+></H1
+><P
+>The NFS/AFS Translator enables users on NFS client machines to access the AFS filespace as if they are working on an AFS
+    client machine, which facilitates collaboration with other AFS users.</P
+><P
+>An <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>NFS/AFS translator machine</I
+></SPAN
+> (or simply <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ltranslator machine</I
+></SPAN
+>) is a machine
+    configured as both an AFS client and an NFS server: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>Its AFS client functionality enables it to access the AFS filespace. The Cache Manager requests and caches files
+          from AFS file server machines, and can even maintain tokens for NFS users, if you have made the configuration changes that
+          enable NFS users to authenticate with AFS.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Its NFS server functionality makes it possible for the translator machine to export the AFS filespace to NFS client
+          machines. When a user on an NFS client machine mounts the translator machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          directory (or one of its subdirectories, if that feature is enabled), access to AFS is immediate and transparent. The NFS
+          client machine does not need to run any AFS software.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ599"
+>Enabling Unauthenticated or Authenticated AFS Access</A
+></H2
+><P
+>By configuring the translation environment appropriately, you can provide either unauthenticated or authenticated access
+      to AFS from NFS client machines. The sections of this chapter on configuring translator machines, NFS client machines, and AFS
+      user accounts explain how to configure the translation environment appropriately. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>If you configure the environment for unauthenticated access, the AFS File Server considers the NFS users to be the
+            user <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>anonymous</B
+></SPAN
+>. They can access only those AFS files and directories for which the
+            access control list (ACL) extends the required permissions to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>system:anyuser</B
+></SPAN
+> group.
+            They can issue only those AFS commands that do not require privilege, and then only if their NFS client machine is a
+            system type for which AFS binaries are available and accessible by the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>system:anyuser</B
+></SPAN
+>
+            group. Such users presumably do not have AFS accounts.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>If you configure the environment for authenticated access, you must create entries in the AFS Authentication and
+            Protection Databases for the NFS users. The authentication procedure they use depends on whether the NFS client machine
+            is a supported system type (one for which AFS binaries are available): <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>If AFS binaries are available for the NFS client machine, NFS users can issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command on the NFS client machine. They can access the filespace and issue AFS
+                  commands to the same extent as authenticated users working on AFS client machines.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>If AFS binaries are not available for the NFS client machine, NFS users must establish a connection with the
+                  translator machine (using the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>telnet</B
+></SPAN
+> utility, for example) and then issue the
+                  <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> commands on the translator machine
+                  to make its Cache Manager use the tokens correctly while users work on the NFS client. They can access the AFS
+                  filespace as authenticated users, but cannot issue AFS commands. For instructions, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ612"
+>Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines</A
+>.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+></H2
+><P
+>If you wish to enable your NFS users to issue AFS commands, you must define the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF environment
+      variables in their command shell. This section explains the variables' function and outlines the various methods for setting
+      them.</P
+><P
+>Issuing AFS commands also requires that the NFS client machine is a supported system type (one for which AFS binaries
+      are available and accessible). Users working on NFS client machines of unsupported system types can access AFS as
+      authenticated users, but they cannot issue AFS commands. It is not necessary to define the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF variables for
+      such users. For instructions on using the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command to obtain authenticated access on
+      unsupported system types, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ612"
+>Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines</A
+>. </P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ601"
+>The AFSSERVER Variable</A
+></H3
+><P
+>The AFSSERVER variable designates the AFS client machine that performs two functions for NFS clients: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>It acts as the NFS client's <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>remote executor</I
+></SPAN
+> by executing AFS-specific system calls on its
+              behalf, such as those invoked by the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>tokens</B
+></SPAN
+>
+              commands and by many commands in the AFS suites.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Its stores the tokens that NFS users obtain when they authenticate with AFS. This implies that the remote
+              executor machine and the translator machine must be the same if the user needs authenticated access to AFS.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>The choice of remote executor most directly affects commands that display or change Cache Manager configuration, such
+        as the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs getcacheparms</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs getcellstatus</B
+></SPAN
+>, and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs setcell</B
+></SPAN
+> commands. When issued on an NFS client, these commands affect the Cache Manager on the
+        designated remote executor machine. (Note, however, that several such commands require the issuer to be logged into the
+        remote executor's local file system as the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+>. The ability of NFS client
+        users to log in as <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+> is controlled by NFS, not by the NFS/AFS Translator, so setting the
+        remote executor properly does not necessarily enable users on the NFS client to issue such commands.)</P
+><P
+>The choice of remote executor is also relevant for AFS commands that do not concern Cache Manager configuration but
+        rather have the same result on every machine, such as the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs</B
+></SPAN
+> commands that display or set
+        ACLs and volume quota. These commands take an AFS path as one of their arguments. If the Cache Manager on the remote
+        executor machine mounts the AFS filespace at the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory, as is conventional for AFS
+        clients, then the pathname specified on the NFS client must begin with the string <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> for
+        the Cache Manager to understand it. This implies that the remote executor must be the NFS client's primary translator
+        machine (the one whose <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory is mounted at <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+        on the NFS client).  </P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="Header_672"
+>The AFSCONF Variable</A
+></H3
+><P
+>The AFSCONF environment variable names the directory that houses the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ThisCell</B
+></SPAN
+> and
+        <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>CellServDB</B
+></SPAN
+> files to use when running AFS commands issued on the NFS client machine. As on
+        an AFS client, these files determine the default cell for command execution.</P
+><P
+>For predictable performance, it is best that the files in the directory named by the AFSCONF variable match those in
+        the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc</B
+></SPAN
+> directory on the translator machine. If your cell has an AFS directory
+        that serves as the central update source for files in the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc</B
+></SPAN
+> directory, it is
+        simplest to set the AFSCONF variable to refer to it. In the conventional configuration, this directory is called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs/</B
+></SPAN
+>cellname<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/common/etc</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="Header_673"
+>Setting Values for the Variables</A
+></H3
+><P
+>To learn the values of the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF variables, AFS command interpreters consult the following three
+        sources in sequence: <OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>The current command shell's environment variable definitions</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> file in the
+              issuer's home directory</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> file in the NFS
+              client machine's root (<SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/</I
+></SPAN
+>) directory. If the client machine is diskless, its root directory can
+              reside on an NFS server machine.</P
+></LI
+></OL
+></P
+><P
+>(Actually, before consulting these sources, the NFS client looks for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>CellServDB</B
+></SPAN
+>
+        and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ThisCell</B
+></SPAN
+> files in its own <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. If
+        the directory exists, the NFS client does not use the value of the AFSCONF variable. However, the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc</B
+></SPAN
+> directory usually exists only on AFS clients, not NFS clients.)</P
+><P
+>As previously detailed, correct performance generally requires that the remote executor machine be the NFS client's
+        primary translator machine (the one whose <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory is mounted at the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory on the NFS client). The requirement holds for all users accessing AFS from the NFS
+        client, so it is usually simplest to create the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> file in the NFS client's root
+        directory. The main reason to create the file in a user's home directory or to set the AFSSERVER environment variable in the
+        current command shell is that the user needs to switch to a different translator machine, perhaps because the original one
+        has become inaccessible.</P
+><P
+>Similarly, it generally makes sense to create the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> file in the NFS client's
+        root directory. Creating it in the user's home directory or setting the AFSCONF environment variable in the current command
+        shell is useful mostly when there is a reason to specify a different set of database server machines for the cell, perhaps
+        in a testing situation.</P
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ602"
+>Delayed Writes for Files Saved on NFS Client Machines</A
+></H2
+><P
+>When an application running on an AFS client machine issues the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>close</B
+></SPAN
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fsync</B
+></SPAN
+> system call on a file, the Cache Manager by default performs a synchronous write of the data to
+      the File Server. (For further discussion, see <A
+HREF="c667.html#HDRWQ33"
+>AFS Implements Save on Close</A
+> and <A
+HREF="c21473.html#HDRWQ418"
+>Enabling Asynchronous Writes</A
+>.)</P
+><P
+>To avoid degrading performance for the AFS users working on a translator machine, AFS does not perform synchronous
+      writes for applications running on the translator machine's NFS clients. Instead, one of the Cache Manager daemons (the
+      maintenance daemon) checks every 60 seconds for chunks in the cache that contain data saved on NFS clients, and writes their
+      contents to the File Server. This does not guarantee that data saved on NFS clients is written to the File Server within 60
+      seconds, but only that the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>maintenance daemon</I
+></SPAN
+> checks for and begins the write of data at that
+      interval.</P
+><P
+>Furthermore, AFS always ignores the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fsync</B
+></SPAN
+> system call as issued on an NFS client. The
+      call requires an immediate and possibly time-consuming response from the File Server, which potentially causes delays for
+      other AFS clients of the File Server. NFS version 3 automatically issues the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fsync</B
+></SPAN
+> system
+      call directly after the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>close</B
+></SPAN
+> call, but the Cache Manager ignores it and handles the
+      operation just like a regular <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>close</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+><P
+>The delayed write mechanism means that there is usually a delay between the time when an NFS application issues the
+      <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>close</B
+></SPAN
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fsync</B
+></SPAN
+> system call on a file and the time when the
+      changes are recorded at the File Server, which is when they become visible to users working on other AFS client machines
+      (either directly or on its NFS clients). The delay is likely to be longer than for files saved by users working directly on an
+      AFS client machine.</P
+><P
+>The exact amount of delay is difficult to predict. The NFS protocol itself allows a standard delay before saved data
+      must be transferred from the NFS client to the NFS server (the translator machine). The modified data remains in the
+      translator machine's AFS client cache until the maintenance daemon's next scheduled check for such data, and it takes
+      additional time to transfer the data to the File Server. The maintenance daemon uses a single thread, so there can be
+      additional delay if it takes more than 60 seconds to write out all of the modified NFS data. That is, if the maintenance
+      daemon is still writing data at the time of the next scheduled check, it cannot notice any additional modified data until the
+      scheduled time after it completes the long write operation.</P
+><P
+>The Cache Manager's response to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>write</B
+></SPAN
+> system call is the same whether it is issued
+      on an AFS client machine or on an NFS client of a translator machine: it records the modifications in the local AFS client
+      cache only.</P
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ603"
+>Configuring NFS/AFS Translator Machines</A
+></H1
+><P
+>To act as an NFS/AFS translator machine, a machine must configured as follows: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>It must be an AFS client. Many system types supported as AFS clients can be translator machines. To learn about
+          possible restrictions in a specific release of AFS, see the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Release Notes</I
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>It must be an NFS server. The appropriate number of NFS server daemons (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>nfsd</B
+></SPAN
+> and
+          others) depends on the anticipated NFS client load.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>It must export the local directory on which the AFS filespace is mounted, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> by
+          convention.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>If users on a translator machine's NFS clients are to issue AFS commands, the translator machine must also meet the
+    requirements discussed in <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRRMTSYS"
+>Configuring the Translator Machine to Accept AFS Commands</A
+>.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_676"
+>Loading NFS and AFS Kernel Extensions</A
+></H2
+><P
+>The AFS distribution for system types that can act as NFS/AFS Translator machines usually includes two versions of the
+      AFS kernel extensions file, one for machines where the kernel supports NFS server functionality, and one for machines not
+      using NFS (the latter AFS kernel extensions file generally has the string <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>nonfs</B
+></SPAN
+> in its name).
+      A translator machine must use the NFS-enabled version of the AFS extensions file. On some system types, you select the
+      appropriate file by moving it to a certain location, whereas on other system types you set a variable that results in
+      automatic selection of the correct file. See the instructions in the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Quick Beginnings</I
+></SPAN
+> for
+      incorporating AFS into the kernel on each system type.</P
+><P
+>On many system types, NFS is included in the kernel by default, so it is not necessary to load NFS kernel extensions
+      explicitly. On system types where you must load NFS extensions, then in general you must load them before loading the AFS
+      kernel extensions. The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Quick Beginnings</I
+></SPAN
+> describes how to incorporate the AFS initialization
+      script into a machine's startup sequence so that it is ordered correctly with respect to the script that handles NFS.</P
+><P
+>In addition, the AFS extensions must be loaded into the kernel before the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command
+      runs. The AFS initialization script included in the AFS distribution correctly orders the loading and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> commands.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRRMTSYS"
+>Configuring the Translator Machine to Accept AFS Commands</A
+></H2
+><P
+>For users working on a translator machine's NFS clients to issue AFS commands, the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-rmtsys</B
+></SPAN
+> flag must be included on the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command which initializes
+      the translator machine's Cache Manager. The flag starts an additional daemon (the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>remote executor</I
+></SPAN
+>
+      daemon), which executes AFS-specific system calls on behalf of NFS clients. For a discussion of the implications of NFS users
+      issuing AFS commands, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+>.</P
+><P
+>The instructions in the IBM AFS Quick Beginnings for configuring the Cache Manager explain how to add options such as
+      the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-rmtsys</B
+></SPAN
+> flag to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command in the AFS
+      initialization script. On many system types, it is simplest to list the flag on the line in the script that defines the
+      OPTIONS variable. The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>remote executor daemon</I
+></SPAN
+> does not consume many resources, so it is simplest to add it
+      to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command on every translator machine, even if not all users on the machine's NFS
+      clients issue AFS commands.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ604"
+>Controlling Optional Translator Features</A
+></H2
+><P
+>After an AFS client machine is configured as a translator machine, it by default exports the AFS filespace to NFS
+      clients. You can disable and reenable translator functionality by using the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs exportafs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+      command's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-start</B
+></SPAN
+> argument. The command's other arguments control other aspects of translator
+      behavior. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-convert</B
+></SPAN
+> argument controls whether the second and third (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>group</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>other</B
+></SPAN
+>) sets of UNIX mode bits on an AFS file or
+            directory being exported to NFS are set to match the first (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>owner</B
+></SPAN
+>) mode bits. By
+            default, the mode bits are set to match.</P
+><P
+>Unlike AFS, NFS uses all three sets of mode bits when determining whether a user can read or write a file, even
+            one stored in AFS. Some AFS files possibly do not have any <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>group</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>other</B
+></SPAN
+> mode bits turned on, because AFS uses only the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>owner</B
+></SPAN
+> bits
+            in combination with the ACL on the file's directory. If only the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>owner</B
+></SPAN
+> mode bits are
+            set, NFS allows only the file's owner of the file to read or write it. Setting the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-convert</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to the value <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+> enables other users to access
+            the file in the same manner as the owner. Setting the value <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+> preserves the mode bits
+            set on the file as stored in AFS.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-uidcheck</B
+></SPAN
+> argument controls whether tokens can be assigned to an NFS user
+            whose local UID on the NFS client machine differs from the local UID associated with the tokens on the translator
+            machine. By default, this is possible.</P
+><P
+>If you turn on UID checking by setting the value <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>, then tokens can be assigned
+            only to an NFS user whose local UID matches the local UID of the process on the translator machine that is assigning the
+            tokens. One consequence is that there is no point in including the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command: the only acceptable value is the local UID of the command's issuer, which
+            is the value used when the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument is omitted. Requiring matching UIDs in this way
+            is effective only when users have the same local UID on the translator machine as on NFS client machines. In that case,
+            it guarantees that users assign their tokens only to their own NFS sessions. For instructions, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ612"
+>Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines</A
+>.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="note"
+><BLOCKQUOTE
+CLASS="note"
+><P
+><B
+>Note: </B
+>Turning on UID checking also prevents users on supported NFS clients from using the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command to authenticate on the NFS client directly. They must authenticated and use the
+              <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command on the translator machine instead. This is because after the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command interpreter obtains the token on the NFS client, it passes it to the Cache
+              Manager's remote executor daemon, which makes the system call that stores the token in a credential structure on the
+              translator machine. The remote executor generally runs as the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+>,
+              so in most cases its local UID (normally zero) does not match the local UID of the user who issued the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command on the NFS client machine.</P
+><P
+>On the other hand, although using the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command instead of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command is possibly less convenient for users, it eliminates a security exposure: the
+              <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command interpreter passes the token across the network to the remote executor
+              daemon in clear text mode.</P
+></BLOCKQUOTE
+></DIV
+><P
+>If you disable UID checking by assigning the value <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+> , the issuer of the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command can assign tokens to a user who has a different local UID on the NFS
+            client machine, such as the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+>. Indeed, more than one issuer of the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command can assign tokens to the same user on the NFS client machine. Each time a
+            different user issues the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command with the same value for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument, that user's tokens overwrite the existing ones. This can result in unpredictable
+            access for the NFS user.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-submounts</B
+></SPAN
+> argument controls whether users on the NFS client can mount AFS
+            directories other than the top-level <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. By default, the translator does
+            not permit these submounts.</P
+><P
+>Submounts can be useful in a couple of circumstances. If, for example, NFS users need to access their own AFS home
+            directories only, then creating a submount to it eliminates the need for them to know or enter the complete path.
+            Similarly, you can use a submount to prevent users from accessing parts of the filespace higher in the AFS hierarchy
+            than the submount.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_679"
+>To configure an NFS/AFS translator machine</A
+></H2
+><P
+>The following instructions configure the translator to enable users to issue AFS commands. Omit Step <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LIWQ605"
+>6</A
+> if you do not want to enable this functionality. <OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Become the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+> on the machine, if you are not already, by
+            issuing the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su</B
+></SPAN
+> command. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su root</B
+></SPAN
+>
+   Password: &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>root_password</VAR
+>&#62;
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Configure the NFS/AFS translator machine as an NFS server, if it is not already. Follow the instructions provided
+            by your NFS supplier. The appropriate number of NFS server daemons (such as <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>nfsd</B
+></SPAN
+>)
+            depends on the number of potential NFS clients.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Configure the NFS/AFS translator machine as an AFS client, if it is not already. For the most predictable
+            performance, the translator machine's local copies of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc/CellServDB</B
+></SPAN
+> and
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/vice/etc/ThisCell</B
+></SPAN
+> files must be the same as on other client machines in the
+            cell.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LITRANS-MOUNTFILE"
+></A
+>Modify the file that controls mounting of directories on the machine by remote
+            NFS clients. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>On systems that use the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/etc/exports</B
+></SPAN
+> file, edit it to enable export of the
+                  <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory to NFS clients. You can list the names of specific NFS client
+                  machines if you want to provide access only to certain users. For a description of the file's format, see the NFS
+                  manual page for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>exports(5)</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+><P
+>The following example enables any NFS client machine to mount the machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr</B
+></SPAN
+>, and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr2</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  directories:</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   /afs
+   /usr
+   /usr2
+</PRE
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>On system types that use the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>share</B
+></SPAN
+> command, edit the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/etc/dfs/dfstab</B
+></SPAN
+> file or equivalent to include <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>share</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  instructions that enable remote mounts of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. Most distributions
+                  include the binary as <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/sbin/share</B
+></SPAN
+>. The following example commands enable
+                  remote mounts of the root ( <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/</B
+></SPAN
+> ) and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  directories. To verify the correct syntax, consult the manual page for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>share</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  command. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   share -F nfs -o rw -d "root" /
+   share -F nfs -o rw -d "afs gateway" /afs
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Edit the machine's AFS initialization file to invoke the standard UNIX <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>exportfs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+            command after the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> program runs. On some system types, the modifications you made
+            in Step <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LITRANS-MOUNTFILE"
+>4</A
+> are not enough to enable exporting the AFS filespace via the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory, because the resulting configuration changes are made before the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> program runs during machine initialization. Only after the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> program runs does the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory become the mount point
+            for the entire AFS filespace; before, it is a local directory like any other.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LIWQ605"
+></A
+>Modify the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command in the AFS initialization file to
+            include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-rmtsys</B
+></SPAN
+> flag.</P
+><P
+>For system types other than IRIX, the instructions in the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Quick Beginnings</I
+></SPAN
+> for
+            configuring the Cache Manager explain how to add the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-rmtsys</B
+></SPAN
+> flag, for example by
+            adding it to the line in the script that defines the value for the OPTIONS variable.</P
+><P
+>On IRIX systems, the AFS initialization script automatically adds the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-rmtsys</B
+></SPAN
+>
+            flag if you have activated the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsxnfs</B
+></SPAN
+> configuration variable as instructed in the
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Quick Beginnings</I
+></SPAN
+> instructions for incorporating AFS extensions into the kernel. If the
+            variable is not already activated, issue the following command.</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   # <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/etc/chkconfig  -f  afsxnfs  on</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>(Optional)</B
+></SPAN
+> Depending on the number of NFS clients you expect this machine to
+            serve, it can be beneficial to add other arguments to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> command in the machine's
+            initialization file, such as the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-daemons</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to set the number of background
+            daemons. See <A
+HREF="c21473.html"
+>Administering Client Machines and the Cache Manager</A
+> and the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>afsd</B
+></SPAN
+> reference page in the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Administration Reference</I
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Reboot the machine. On many system types, the appropriate command is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>shutdown</B
+></SPAN
+>;
+            consult your operating system administrator's guide. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   # <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>shutdown</B
+></SPAN
+> appropriate_options
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+></OL
+></P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_680"
+>To disable or enable Translator functionality, or set optional features</A
+></H2
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Become the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+> on the machine, if you are not already, by issuing
+          the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su</B
+></SPAN
+> command. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su root</B
+></SPAN
+>
+   Password: &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>root_password</VAR
+>&#62;
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs exportafs</B
+></SPAN
+> command. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   # <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs exportafs nfs</B
+></SPAN
+> [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-start</B
+></SPAN
+> {<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+> | <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>}} ]  [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-convert</B
+></SPAN
+> {<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+> | <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>}]   
+                      [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-uidcheck</B
+></SPAN
+> {<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+> | <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>}]   [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-submounts</B
+></SPAN
+> {<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+> | <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>}] 
+</PRE
+> <DIV
+CLASS="variablelist"
+><DL
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-start</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Disables translator functionality if the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+> or reenables it if
+                  the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>. Omit this argument to display the current setting of all
+                  parameters set by this command.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-convert</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Controls the setting of the second and third (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>group</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>other</B
+></SPAN
+>) sets of UNIX mode bits on AFS files and directories as exported to NFS clients If
+                  the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>, they are set to match the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>owner</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  mode bits. If the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>, the bits are not changed. If this argument is
+                  omitted, the default value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-uidcheck</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Controls whether issuers of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command can specify a value for its
+                  <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument that does not match their AFS UID: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>If the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>, the value of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument must match the issuer's local UID.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>If the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>, the issuer of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command can use the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to assign
+                        tokens to a user who has a different local UID on the NFS client machine, such as the local superuser
+                        <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>If this argument is omitted, the default value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-submounts</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Controls whether the translator services an NFS mount of any directory in the AFS filespace other than the
+                  top-level <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. If the value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>on</B
+></SPAN
+>,
+                  such submounts are allowed. If the value is off, only mounts of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  directory are allowed. If this argument is omitted, the default value is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>off</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></DD
+></DL
+></DIV
+></P
+></LI
+></OL
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ606"
+>Configuring NFS Client Machines</A
+></H1
+><P
+>Any NFS client machine that meets the following requirements can access files in AFS via the NFS/AFS Translator. It does
+    not need to be configured as an AFS client machine. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>It must NFS-mount a translator machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory on a local directory, which
+          by convention is also called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>. The following instructions explain how to add the
+          <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mount</B
+></SPAN
+> command to the NFS client machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/etc/fstab</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          file or equivalent.</P
+><P
+>The directory on which an NFS client mounts the translator's machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          directory can be called something other than <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>. For instance, to make it easy to
+          switch to another translator machine if the original one becomes inaccessible, you can mount more than one translator
+          machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. Name the mount <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> for the
+          translator machine that you normally use, and use a different name the mount to each alternate translator machine.</P
+><P
+>Mounting the AFS filespace on a directory other than <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> introduces another
+          requirement, however: when issuing a command that takes an AFS pathname argument, you must specify the full pathname,
+          starting with <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>, rather than a relative pathname. Suppose, for example, that a
+          translator machine's AFS filespace is mounted at <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs2</B
+></SPAN
+> on an NFS client machine and you
+          issue the following command to display the ACL on the current working directory, which is in AFS:</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs listacl .</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs</B
+></SPAN
+> command interpreter on the NFS client must construct a full pathname before
+          passing the request to the Cache Manager on the translator machine. The AFS filespace is mounted at <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs2</B
+></SPAN
+>, so the full pathname starts with that string. However, the Cache Manager on the translator
+          cannot find a directory called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs2</B
+></SPAN
+>, because its mount of the AFS filespace is called
+          <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>. The command fails. To prevent the failure, provide the file's complete pathname,
+          starting with the string <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>It must run an appropriate number of NFS client <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>biod</B
+></SPAN
+> daemons, which improve
+          performance by handling pre-reading and delayed writing. Most NFS vendors recommend running four such daemons, and most
+          NFS initialization scripts start them automatically. Consult your NFS documentation.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>To enable users to issue AFS commands, the NFS client machine must also be a supported system type (one for which AFS
+    binaries are available) and able to access the AFS command binaries. The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Release Notes</I
+></SPAN
+> list the
+    supported system types in each release.</P
+><P
+>In addition, the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF environment variables must be set appropriately, as discussed in <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+>.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_682"
+>To configure an NFS client machine to access AFS</A
+></H2
+><DIV
+CLASS="note"
+><BLOCKQUOTE
+CLASS="note"
+><P
+><B
+>Note: </B
+>The following instructions enable NFS users to issue AFS commands. Omit Step <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LIWQ608"
+>5</A
+> and Step
+        <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LIWQ609"
+>6</A
+> if you do not want to enable this functionality.</P
+></BLOCKQUOTE
+></DIV
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Become the local superuser <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+> on the machine, if you are not already, by issuing
+          the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su</B
+></SPAN
+> command. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>su root</B
+></SPAN
+>
+   Password: &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>root_password</VAR
+>&#62;
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Configure the machine as an NFS client machine, if it is not already. Follow the instructions provided by your NFS
+          vendor. The number of NFS client (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>biod</B
+></SPAN
+>) daemons needs to be appropriate for the expected
+          load on this machine. The usual recommended number is four.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Create a directory called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> on the machine, if one does not already exist, to
+          act as the mount point for the translator machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. It is acceptable to
+          use other names, but doing so introduces the limitation discussed in the introduction to this section. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   # <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mkdir /afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+>  </P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LIWQ607"
+></A
+>Modify the machine's file systems registry file (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/etc/fstab</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          or equivalent) to include a command that mounts a translator machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory. To
+          verify the correct syntax of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mount</B
+></SPAN
+> command, see the operating system's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mount(5)</B
+></SPAN
+> manual page. The following example includes options that are appropriate on many system
+          types. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   mount -o hard,intr,timeo=300  translator_machine:/afs /afs
+</PRE
+></P
+><P
+>where <DIV
+CLASS="variablelist"
+><DL
+><DT
+><SAMP
+CLASS="computeroutput"
+>hard</SAMP
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Indicates that the NFS client retries NFS requests until the NFS server (translator machine) responds. When
+                  using the translator, file operations possibly take longer than with NFS alone, because they must also pass
+                  through the AFS Cache Manager. With a soft mount, a delayed response from the translator machine can cause the
+                  request to abort. Many NFS versions use hard mounts by default; if your version does not, it is best to add this
+                  option.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SAMP
+CLASS="computeroutput"
+>intr</SAMP
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Enables the user to use a keyboard interrupt signal (such as &#60;<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>Ctrl-c</B
+></SPAN
+>&#62;) to break the mount when the translator machine is inaccessible. Include this
+                  option only if the <SAMP
+CLASS="computeroutput"
+>hard</SAMP
+> option is used, in which case the connection does not
+                  automatically break off when a translator machine goes down.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SAMP
+CLASS="computeroutput"
+>timeo</SAMP
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Sets the maximum time (in tenths of seconds) the translator can take to respond to the NFS client's request
+                  before the client considers the request timed out. With a hard mount, setting this option to a high number like
+                  300 reduces the number of error messages like the following, which are generated when the translator does not
+                  respond immediately. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   NFS server translator is not responding, still trying
+</PRE
+></P
+><P
+>With a soft mount, it reduces the number of actual errors returned on timed-out requests.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>translator_machine</VAR
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the translator machine whose <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+                  directory is to be mounted on the client machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory.</P
+></DD
+></DL
+></DIV
+></P
+><DIV
+CLASS="note"
+><BLOCKQUOTE
+CLASS="note"
+><P
+><B
+>Note: </B
+>To mount the translator machine's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+> directory onto a directory on the NFS
+            client other than <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs</B
+></SPAN
+>, substitute the alternate directory name for the second instance
+            of <SAMP
+CLASS="computeroutput"
+>/afs</SAMP
+> in the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>mount</B
+></SPAN
+> command.</P
+></BLOCKQUOTE
+></DIV
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LIWQ608"
+></A
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>(Optional)</B
+></SPAN
+> If appropriate, create the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> file to set the AFSSERVER environment variable for all of the machine's users. For a
+          discussion, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+>. Place a single
+          line in the file, specifying the fully-qualified hostname of the translator machine that is to serve as the remote
+          executor. To enable users to issue commands that handle tokens, it must be the machine named as translator_machine in Step
+          <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LIWQ607"
+>4</A
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LIWQ609"
+></A
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>(Optional)</B
+></SPAN
+> If appropriate, create the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> file to set the AFSCONF environment variable for all of the machine's users. For a
+          discussion, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+>. Place a single
+          line in the file, specifying the name of the directory where the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>CellServDB</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ThisCell</B
+></SPAN
+> files reside. If you use a central update source for these files (by convention, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs/</B
+></SPAN
+>cellname<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/common/etc</B
+></SPAN
+>), name it here.</P
+></LI
+></OL
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ610"
+>Configuring User Accounts</A
+></H1
+><P
+>There are no requirements for NFS users to access AFS as unauthenticated users. To take advantage of more AFS
+    functionality, however, they must meet the indicated requirements. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>To access AFS as authenticated users, they must of course authenticate with AFS, which requires an entry in the
+          Protection and Authentication Databases.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>To create and store files, they need the required ACL permissions. If you are providing a home directory for storage
+          of personal files, it is conventional to create a dedicated volume and mount it at the user's home directory location in
+          the AFS filespace.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>To issue AFS commands, they must meet several additional requirements: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>They must be working on an NFS client machine of a supported system type and from which the AFS command
+                binaries are accessible.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Their command shell must define values for the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF environment variables, as described in
+                <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ600"
+>Setting the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF Environment Variables</A
+>. It is often simplest to
+                define the variables by creating <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> file in the NFS client machine's root directory, but you can also either set the
+                variables in each user's shell initialization file (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.cshrc</B
+></SPAN
+> or equivalent), or
+                create files called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> in
+                each user's home directory.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>They must have an entry in the AFS Protection and Authentication Databases, so that they can authenticate if
+                the command requires AFS privilege. Other commands instead require assuming the local <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>root</B
+></SPAN
+> identity on the translator machine; for further discussion, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ601"
+>The AFSSERVER Variable</A
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Their PATH environment variable must include the pathname to the appropriate AFS binaries. If a user works on
+                NFS client machines of different system types, include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable in the
+                pathname rather than an actual system type name.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_684"
+>To configure a user account for issuing AFS commands</A
+></H2
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Create entries for the user in the Protection and Authentication Databases, or create a complete AFS account. See
+          the instructions for account creation in <A
+HREF="c24913.html"
+>Creating and Deleting User Accounts with the uss Command
+          Suite</A
+> or <A
+HREF="c27596.html"
+>Administering User Accounts</A
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><A
+NAME="LIWQ611"
+></A
+>Modify the user's PATH environment variable to include the pathname of AFS binaries, such as
+          <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs/</B
+></SPAN
+>cellname<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/</B
+></SPAN
+>sysname<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/afsws/bin</B
+></SPAN
+>. If the user works on NFS client machines of different system types, considering
+          replacing the specific sysname value with the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable. The PATH variable is
+          commonly defined in a login or shell initialization file (such as the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.login</B
+></SPAN
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.cshrc</B
+></SPAN
+> file).</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>(Optional)</B
+></SPAN
+> Set the AFSSERVER and AFSCONF environment variables if appropriate. This
+          is required if the NFS client machines on which the user works do not have the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> files in their root directories, or if
+          you want user-specific values to override those settings.</P
+><P
+>Either define the variables in the user's login or shell initialization file, or create the files <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSSERVER</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>.AFSCONF</B
+></SPAN
+> files in the user's home directory.</P
+><P
+>For the AFSSERVER variable, specify the fully-qualified hostname of the translator machine that is to serve as the
+          remote executor. For the AFSCONF variable, specify the name of the directory where the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>CellServDB</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ThisCell</B
+></SPAN
+> files reside. If you use a central update
+          source for these files (by convention, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/afs/</B
+></SPAN
+>cellname<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/common/etc</B
+></SPAN
+>), name it here.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>If the pathname you defined in Step <A
+HREF="a33047.html#LIWQ611"
+>2</A
+> includes the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable, instruct users to check that their system name is defined correctly before they
+          issue AFS commands. They issue the following command: <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs sysname</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+></P
+></LI
+></OL
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ612"
+>Authenticating on Unsupported NFS Client Machines</A
+></H1
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command enables users to authenticate with AFS when they are working on NFS
+    clients of unsupported system types (those for which AFS binaries are not available). This enables such users to access the AFS
+    file tree to the same extent as any other AFS user. They cannot, however, issue AFS commands, which is possible only on NFS
+    client machines of supported system types.</P
+><P
+>To authenticate on an unsupported system type, establish a connection to the translator machine (using a facility such as
+    <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>telnet</B
+></SPAN
+>), and issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command to obtain tokens for all
+    the cells you wish to contact during the upcoming NFS session. Then issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command,
+    which stores the tokens in a credential structure associated with your NFS session. The Cache Manager uses the tokens when
+    performing AFS access requests that originate from your NFS session.</P
+><P
+>More specifically, the credential structure is identified by a process authentication group (PAG) number associated with a
+    particular local UID on a specific NFS client machine. By default, the NFS UID recorded in the credential structure is the same
+    as your local UID on the translator machine. You can include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to specify an
+    alternate NFS UID, unless the translator machine's administrator has used the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs exportafs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+    command's <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-uidcheck</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to enable UID checking. In that case, the value of the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument must match your local UID on the translator machine (so there is not point to including the
+    <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument). Enforcing matching UIDs prevents someone else from placing their tokens in your
+    credential structure, either accidentally or on purpose. However, it means that your cell's administrators must set your local
+    UID on the NFS client to match your local UID on the translator machine. It also makes it impossible to authenticate by issuing
+    the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command on supported NFS clients, meaning that all NFS users must use the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command. See <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ604"
+>Controlling Optional Translator Features</A
+>.</P
+><P
+>After issuing the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command, you can begin working on the NFS client with
+    authenticated access to AFS. When you are finished working, it is a good policy to destroy your tokens by issuing the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command on the translator machine again, this time with the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-unlog</B
+></SPAN
+>
+    flag. This is simpler if you have left the connection to the translator machine open, but you can always establish a new
+    connection if you closed the original one.</P
+><P
+>If your NFS client machine is a supported system type and you wish to issue AFS commands on it, include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-sysname</B
+></SPAN
+> argument to the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command. The remote executor daemon on the
+    translator machine substitutes its value for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable in pathnames when executing AFS
+    commands that you issue on the NFS client machine. If your PATH environment variable uses the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable in the pathnames for directories that house AFS binaries (as recommended), then setting
+    this argument enables the remote executor daemon to access the AFS binaries appropriate for your NFS client machine even if its
+    system type differs from the translator machine's.</P
+><P
+>If you do not issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command (or the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+>
+    command on the NFS client machine itself, if it is a supported system type), then you are not authenticated with AFS. For a
+    description of unauthenticated access, see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ599"
+>Enabling Unauthenticated or Authenticated AFS Access</A
+>.
+     </P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_686"
+>To authenticate using the knfs command</A
+></H2
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Log on to the relevant translator machine, either on the console or remotely by using a program such as <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>telnet</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Obtain tokens for every cell you wish to access while working on the NFS client. AFS-modified login utilities
+          acquire a token for the translator machine's local cell by default; use <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>klog</B
+></SPAN
+> command to
+          obtain tokens for other cells if desired.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command to create a credential structure in the translator machine's
+          kernel memory for storing the tokens obtained in the previous step. Include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          argument to associate the structure with a UID on the NFS client that differs from your local UID on the translator
+          machine. This is possible unless the translator machine's administrator has enabled UID checking on the translator
+          machine; see <A
+HREF="a33047.html#HDRWQ604"
+>Controlling Optional Translator Features</A
+>. If the NFS client machine is a
+          supported system type and you wish to issue AFS commands on it, include the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-sysname</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          argument to specify its system type. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs -host</B
+></SPAN
+> &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>host name</VAR
+>&#62;  [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>user ID (decimal)</VAR
+>&#62;]  \
+                [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-sysname</B
+></SPAN
+>  &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>host's '@sys' value</VAR
+>&#62;]
+</PRE
+></P
+><P
+>where <DIV
+CLASS="variablelist"
+><DL
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-host</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the NFS client machine on which you are working.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies a local UID number on the NFS client machine with which to associate the tokens, if different from
+                  your local UID on the translator machine. If this argument is omitted, the tokens are associated with an NFS UID
+                  that matches your local UID on the translator machine. In both cases, the NFS client software marks your AFS
+                  access requests with the NFS UID when it forwards them to the Cache Manager on the translator machine.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-sysname</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the value that the local machine's remote executor daemon substitutes for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>@sys</B
+></SPAN
+> variable in pathnames when executing AFS commands issued on the NFS client machine
+                  (which must be a supported system type).</P
+></DD
+></DL
+></DIV
+></P
+><P
+>The following error message indicates that the translator machine's administrator has enabled UID checking and you
+          have provided a value that differs from your local UID on the translator machine.</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   knfs: Translator in 'passwd sync' mode; remote uid must be the same as local uid
+</PRE
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Close the connection to the translator machine (if desired) and work on the NFS client machine.</P
+></LI
+></OL
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_687"
+>To display tokens using the knfs command</A
+></H2
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>Log on to the relevant translator machine, either on the console or remotely by using a program such as <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>telnet</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command with the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-tokens</B
+></SPAN
+> flag to
+          display the tokens associated with either the NFS UID that matches your local UID on the translator machine or the NFS UID
+          specified by the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> argument. <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs -host</B
+></SPAN
+> &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>host name</VAR
+>&#62;  [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>user ID (decimal)</VAR
+>&#62;] <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-tokens</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+></P
+><P
+>where <DIV
+CLASS="variablelist"
+><DL
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-host</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the NFS client machine on which you are working.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the local UID on the NFS client machine for which to display tokens, if different from your local
+                  UID on the translator machine. If this argument is omitted, the tokens are for the NFS UID that matches your local
+                  UID on the translator machine.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-tokens</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Displays the tokens.</P
+></DD
+></DL
+></DIV
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Close the connection to the translator machine if desired.</P
+></LI
+></OL
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_688"
+>To discard tokens using the knfs command</A
+></H2
+><OL
+TYPE="1"
+><LI
+><P
+>If you closed your connection to the translator machine after issuing the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+>
+          command, reopen it.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Issue the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs</B
+></SPAN
+> command with the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-unlog</B
+></SPAN
+> flag.
+          <PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>knfs -host</B
+></SPAN
+>  &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>host name</VAR
+>&#62;  [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+> &#60;<VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>user ID (decimal)</VAR
+>&#62;]  <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-unlog</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+></P
+><P
+>where <DIV
+CLASS="variablelist"
+><DL
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-host</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the NFS client machine you are working on.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-id</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Specifies the local UID number on the NFS client machine for which to discard the associated tokens, if
+                  different from your local UID on the translator machine. If this argument is omitted, the tokens associated with
+                  an NFS UID that matches your local UID on the translator machine are discarded.</P
+></DD
+><DT
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-unlog</B
+></SPAN
+></DT
+><DD
+><P
+>Discards the tokens.</P
+></DD
+></DL
+></DIV
+></P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>If desired, close the connection to the translator machine.</P
+></LI
+></OL
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+>Appendix B. Using AFS Commands</H1
+><P
+>This section describes the components of AFS commands and how to make entering commands more efficient by using shortened
+  forms. It has the following sections: <TABLE
+BORDER="0"
+><TBODY
+><TR
+><TD
+><A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRWQ613"
+>AFS Command Syntax</A
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRWQ614"
+>Rules for Entering AFS Commands</A
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRWQ615"
+>Rules for Using Abbreviations and Aliases</A
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRWQ616"
+>Displaying Online Help for AFS Commands</A
+></TD
+></TR
+></TBODY
+></TABLE
+></P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect1"
+><H1
+CLASS="sect1"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ613"
+>AFS Command Syntax</A
+></H1
+><P
+>AFS commands that belong to suites have the following structure:</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command_suite operation_code</B
+></SPAN
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-switch</B
+></SPAN
+> <VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>&#60;value&#62;</VAR
+>[+]  [<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-flag</B
+></SPAN
+>]
+</PRE
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_691"
+>Command Names</A
+></H2
+><P
+>Together, the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command_suite</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>operation_code</B
+></SPAN
+> make up
+      the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command name</I
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command_suite</B
+></SPAN
+> specifies the group of related commands to which the command belongs,
+      and indicates which command interpreter and server process perform the command. AFS has several command suites, including
+      <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>kas</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>package</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>pts</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>scout</B
+></SPAN
+>, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>uss</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>vos</B
+></SPAN
+>. Some of these suites have an interactive mode in which
+      the issuer omits the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command_suite</B
+></SPAN
+> portion of the command name.</P
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>operation_code</B
+></SPAN
+> tells the command interpreter and server process which action to
+      perform. Most command suites include several operation codes. The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Administration Reference</I
+></SPAN
+>
+      describes each operation code in detail, and the <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Administration Guide</I
+></SPAN
+> describes how to use them
+      in the context of performing administrative tasks.</P
+><P
+>Several AFS commands do not belong to a suite and so their names do not have a <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>command_suite</B
+></SPAN
+> portion. Their structure is otherwise similar to the commands in the suites.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_692"
+>Options</A
+></H2
+><P
+>The term <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>option</I
+></SPAN
+> refers to both arguments and flags, which are described in the following
+      sections.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_693"
+>Arguments</A
+></H2
+><P
+>One or more arguments can follow the command name. Arguments specify the entities on which to act while performing the
+      command (for example, which server machine, server process, or file). To minimize the potential for error, provide a command's
+      arguments in the order prescribed in its syntax definition.</P
+><P
+>Each argument has two parts, which appear in the indicated order: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>switch</I
+></SPAN
+> specifies the argument's type and is preceded by a hyphen ( <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-</B
+></SPAN
+> ). For instance, the switch <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-server</B
+></SPAN
+> usually indicates that the
+            argument names a server machine. Switches can often be omitted, subject to the rules outlined in <A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRNOSWITCH"
+>Conditions for Omitting Switches</A
+>.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>value</I
+></SPAN
+> names a particular entity of the type specified by the preceding switch. For
+            example, the proper value for a <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-server</B
+></SPAN
+> switch is a server machine name like <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs3.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+>. Unlike switches (which have a required form), values vary depending on what the
+            issuer wants to accomplish. Values appear surrounded by angle brackets (<SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>&#60; &#62;</B
+></SPAN
+>) in
+            command descriptions and the online help to show that they are user-supplied variable information.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>Some arguments accept multiple values, as indicated by trailing plus sign ( <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>+</B
+></SPAN
+> ) in the
+      command descriptions and online help. How many of a command's arguments take multiple values, and their ordering with respect
+      to other arguments, determine when it is acceptable to omit switches. See <A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRNOSWITCH"
+>Conditions for Omitting
+      Switches</A
+>.</P
+><P
+>Some commands have optional as well as required arguments; the command descriptions and online help show optional
+      arguments in square brackets ([ ]).</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="Header_694"
+>Flags</A
+></H2
+><P
+>Some commands have one or more flags, which specify the manner in which the command interpreter and server process
+      perform the command, or what kind of output it produces. Flags are preceded by hyphens like switches, but they take no values.
+      Although the command descriptions and online help generally list a command's flags after its arguments, there is no prescribed
+      order for flags. They can appear anywhere on the command line following the operation code, except in between the parts of an
+      argument. Flags are always optional.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRCOMMAND-EX"
+>An Example Command</A
+></H2
+><P
+>The following example illustrates the different parts of a command that belongs to an AFS command suite.</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getdate -server fs1.abc.com -file ptserver kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+><P
+>where <UL
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos</B
+></SPAN
+> is the command suite. The BOS Server executes most of the commands in this
+            suite.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>getdate</B
+></SPAN
+> is the operation code. It tells the BOS Server on the specified server
+            machine (in this case <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+>) to report the modification dates of binary files in
+            the local <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/afs/bin</B
+></SPAN
+> directory.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-server fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+> is one argument, with <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-server</B
+></SPAN
+> as the switch and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+> as the value. This
+            argument specifies the server machine on which BOS Server is to collect and report binary dates.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-file ptserver kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+> is an argument that takes multiple values. The switch is
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-file</B
+></SPAN
+> and the values are <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ptserver</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+>. This argument tells the BOS Server to report the modification dates on the files
+            <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/afs/bin/kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+> and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/usr/afs/bin/ptserver</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ614"
+>Rules for Entering AFS Commands</A
+></H2
+><P
+>Enter each AFS command on a single line (press <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>&#60;Return&#62;</B
+></SPAN
+> only at the end of the
+      command). Some commands in this document appear broken across multiple lines, but that is for legibility only.</P
+><P
+>Use a space to separate each element on a command line from its neighbors. Spaces rather than commas also separate
+      multiple values of an argument.</P
+><P
+>In many cases, the issuer of a command can reduce the amount of typing necessary by using one or both of the following
+      methods: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>Omitting switches</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Using accepted abbreviations for operation codes, switches (if they are included at all), and some types of
+            values</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>The following sections explain the conditions for omitting or shortening parts of the command line. It is always
+      acceptable to type a command in full, with all of its switches and no abbreviations.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="HDRNOSWITCH"
+>Conditions for Omitting Switches</A
+></H3
+><P
+>It is always acceptable to type the switch part of an argument, but in many cases it is not necessary. Specifically,
+        switches can be omitted if the following conditions are met. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>All of the command's required arguments appear in the order prescribed by the syntax statement</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>No switch is provided for any argument</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>There is only one value for each argument (but note the important exception discussed in the following
+              paragraph)</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>Omitting switches is possible only because there is a prescribed order for each command's arguments. When the issuer
+        does not include switches, the command interpreter relies instead on the order of arguments; it assumes that the first
+        element after the operation code is the command's first argument, the next element is the command's second argument, and so
+        on. The important exception is when a command's final required argument accepts multiple values. In this case, the command
+        interpreter assumes that the issuer has correctly provided one value for each argument up through the final one, so any
+        additional values at the end belong to the final argument.</P
+><P
+>The following list describes the rules for omitting switches from the opposite perspective: an argument's switch must
+        be provided when any of the following conditions apply. <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>The command's arguments do not appear in the prescribed order</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>An optional argument is omitted but a subsequent optional argument is provided</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>A switch is provided for a preceding argument</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>More than one value is supplied for a preceding argument (which must take multiple values, of course); without a
+              switch on the current argument, the command interpreter assumes that the current argument is another value for the
+              preceding argument</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="Header_698"
+>An Example of Omitting Switches</A
+></H3
+><P
+>Consider again the example command from <A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRCOMMAND-EX"
+>An Example Command</A
+>.</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getdate -server fs1.abc.com -file ptserver kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+><P
+>This command has two required arguments: the server machine name (identified by the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-server</B
+></SPAN
+> switch) and binary file name (identified by the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>-file</B
+></SPAN
+>
+        switch). The second argument accepts multiple values. By complying with all three conditions, the issuer can omit the
+        switches:</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getdate fs1.abc.com ptserver kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+><P
+>Because there are no switches, the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos</B
+></SPAN
+> command interpreter relies on the order of
+        arguments. It assumes that the first element following the operation code, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+>, is
+        the server machine name, and that the next argument, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>ptserver</B
+></SPAN
+>, is a binary file name. Then,
+        because the command's second (and last) argument accepts multiple values, the command interpreter correctly interprets
+        <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>kaserver</B
+></SPAN
+> as an additional value for it.</P
+><P
+>On the other hand, the following is not acceptable because it violates the first two conditions in <A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRNOSWITCH"
+>Conditions for Omitting Switches</A
+>: even though there is only one value per argument, the
+        arguments do not appear in the prescribed order, and a switch is provided for one argument but not the other.</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlisting"
+>&#13;   % <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getdate ptserver -server fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+>
+</PRE
+></DIV
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect2"
+><H2
+CLASS="sect2"
+><A
+NAME="HDRWQ615"
+>Rules for Using Abbreviations and Aliases</A
+></H2
+><P
+>This section explains how to abbreviate operation codes, option names, server machine names, partition names, and cell
+      names. It is not possible to abbreviate other types of values.</P
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="Header_700"
+>Abbreviating Operation Codes</A
+></H3
+><P
+>It is acceptable to abbreviate an operation code to the shortest form that still distinguishes it from the other
+        operation codes in its suite.</P
+><P
+>For example, it is acceptable to shorten <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos install</B
+></SPAN
+> to <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos
+        i</B
+></SPAN
+> because there are no other operation codes in the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos</B
+></SPAN
+> command suite that begin
+        with the letter <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>i</B
+></SPAN
+>. In contrast, there are several <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos</B
+></SPAN
+>
+        operation codes that start with the letter <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>s</B
+></SPAN
+>, so the abbreviations must be longer to remain
+        unambiguous: <TABLE
+BORDER="0"
+><TBODY
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos sa</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos salvage</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos seta</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos setauth</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos setc</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos setcellname</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos setr</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos setrestart</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos sh</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos shutdown</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos start</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos start</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos startu</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos startup</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos stat</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos status</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+><TR
+><TD
+><SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos sto</B
+></SPAN
+> for <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos stop</B
+></SPAN
+></TD
+></TR
+></TBODY
+></TABLE
+></P
+><P
+>In addition to abbreviations, some operation codes have an <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>alias</I
+></SPAN
+>, a short form that is not
+        derived by abbreviating the operation code to its shortest unambiguous form. For example, the alias for the <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs setacl</B
+></SPAN
+> command is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs sa</B
+></SPAN
+>, whereas the shortest unambiguous
+        abbreviation is <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs seta</B
+></SPAN
+>.</P
+><P
+>There are two usual reasons an operation code has an alias: <UL
+><LI
+><P
+>Because the command is frequently issued, it is convenient to have a form shorter than the one derived by
+              abbreviating. The <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs setacl</B
+></SPAN
+> command is an example.</P
+></LI
+><LI
+><P
+>Because the command's name has changed, but users of previous versions of AFS know the former name. For example,
+              <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos listhosts</B
+></SPAN
+> has the alias <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getcell</B
+></SPAN
+>, its former
+              name. It is acceptable to abbreviate aliases to their shortest unambiguous form (for example, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getcell</B
+></SPAN
+> to <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>bos getc</B
+></SPAN
+>).</P
+></LI
+></UL
+></P
+><P
+>Even if an operation code has an alias, it is still acceptable to use the shortest unambiguous form. Thus, the
+        <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs setacl</B
+></SPAN
+> command has three acceptable forms: <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs setacl</B
+></SPAN
+>
+        (the full form), <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs seta</B
+></SPAN
+> (the shortest abbreviation), and <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs
+        sa</B
+></SPAN
+> (the alias).</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="Header_701"
+>Abbreviating Switches and Flags</A
+></H3
+><P
+>It is acceptable to shorten a switch or flag to the shortest form that distinguishes it from the other switches and
+        flags for its operation code. It is often possible to omit switches entirely, subject to the conditions listed in <A
+HREF="a33826.html#HDRNOSWITCH"
+>Conditions for Omitting Switches</A
+>.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="HDRFMSABBREV"
+>Abbreviating Server Machine Names</A
+></H3
+><P
+>AFS server machines must have fully-qualified Internet-style host names (for example, <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>fs1.abc.com</B
+></SPAN
+>), but it is not always necessary to type the full name on the command line. AFS commands
+        accept unambiguous shortened forms, but depend on the cell's name service (such as the Domain Name Service) or a local host
+        table to resolve a shortened name to the fully-qualified equivalent when the command is issued.</P
+><P
+>Most commands also accept the dotted decimal form of the machine's IP address as an identifier.</P
+></DIV
+><DIV
+CLASS="sect3"
+><H3
+CLASS="sect3"
+><A
+NAME="HDRPARTABBREV"
+>Abbreviating Partition Names</A
+></H3
+><P
+>Partitions that house AFS volumes must have names of the form <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/vicep</B
+></SPAN
+><VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>x</VAR
+> or <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/vicep</B
+></SPAN
+><VAR
+CLASS="replaceable"
+>xx</VAR
+>, where the variable final portion is one or two lowercase
+        letters. By convention, the first server partition created on a file server machine is called <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/vicepa</B
+></SPAN
+>, the second <SPAN
+CLASS="bold"
+><B
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>/vicepb</B
+></SPAN
+>, and so on. The <SPAN
+CLASS="emphasis"
+><I
+CLASS="emphasis"
+>IBM AFS Quick
+        Beginnings</I
+></SPAN
+> explains how to configure and name a file server machine's partitions in preparation for storing AFS
+        volumes on them.</P
+><P
+>When issuing AFS commands, you can abbreviate a partition name using any of the following forms:</P
+><PRE
+CLASS="programlist