OpenAFS Client Installation Guide for Linux Systems
Description: Prerequisites Install the its-openafs-release rpm that grants access to ITS’s openafs yum repository, and the epel-release rpm that grants access to EPEL‘s dkms package: Red Hat 7: % sudo yum install http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-7.noarch.rpm % sudo yum install http://its2.unc.edu/dci_components/shared_apps/packages/repository/its-openafs-release/its-openafs-release-1/its-openafs-release-1-2.el7.x86_64.rpm Red Hat 6: % sudo yum install http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-6.noarch.rpm % sudo yum install http://its2.unc.edu/dci_components/shared_apps/packages/repository/its-openafs-release/its-openafs-release-1/its-openafs-release-1-2.el6.x86_64.rpm Red Hat 5: % cd /tmp % sudo wget http://dl.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/epel-release-latest-5.noarch.rpm % sudo yum localinstall epel-release-latest-5.noarch.rpm […]
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage » Tags: AFS, Linux, OpenAFS
NAS Previous Versions
Description: About ITS offers a Network Attached Storage (NAS) file service solution. Departmental storage is hosted on \\storage.unc.edu. Personal home directories are hosted on \\myfiles.unc.edu. This document discusses snapshots and how you use them to recover previous versions of files and folders. Previous Versions Previous Versions is a native functionality built into Microsoft Windows and Server […]
» Subjects: Data Storage, Network Attached Storage (NAS) » Tags: NAS, previous versions, storage
Is anonymous FTP available?
Description: Is anonymous FTP available? This service is deprecated. ITS is not accepting new users for this service. We have offered this service to departments and organizations in the past, but we are not accepting new users. See Research Computing’s Non-Sensitive Research Data FTP Site for non-onyen Collaborators for an alternative service. This was not intended […]
» Subjects: Data Policies and Usage, Data Storage » Tags: FTP
Description: Overview FAQs Appropriate Use Things to Avoid Creating and Accessing Space How Do I Put Files There? Availability of Accidentally Deleted Files Long Term Storage of Files How does mass storage work? Additional help Overview The Mass Storage system (also known as StorNext or /ms) is intended to be used for archiving research data files […]
» Subjects: Data Storage, Mass Storage » Tags: cluster services, Data Storage, data warehouse, mass storage facility, research computing services, scientific computing, statistical computing, tape service
UNC OpenAFS Client Installation Guide for AIX Systems
Description: Prerequisites The following filesets are required: 1. krb5.client.rte 2. krb5.toolkit.adt Both filesets can be installed from the Expansion Pack CD. Loading AFS client binaries onto the local disk 1. Go to the openafs Package Space Downloads page. 2. Click on the name of the openafs version you wish to download. 3. Install the package: $ cd / $ […]
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage » Tags: AFS, AIX, install, OpenAFS
AFS doesn’t seem to work behind my firewall. Why?
Description: AFS doesn’t seem to work right behind my firewall. Why? AFS is only supported when the machine is connected to the campus network. Firewalls can cause problems with AFS functionality. These can be software firewalls like Outpost or ZoneAlarm (Windows), ipchains/iptables (UNIX) or hardware firewalls like a Linksys or Netgear router. Firewalls block certain network […]
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage » Tags: AFS, firewall, ports
Your AFS File Space at UNC
Description: What is AFS and Why Should I Care? AFS is a file system used by UNC to provide personal and group disk storage to anyone with an Onyen. Undergraduate students get 100MB of disk space; graduate students, faculty and staff get 250MB. You can keep important files and web pages in your personal AFS space, […]
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage » Tags: AFS Client
Connecting to isis.unc.edu and your H-drive using SSH/SFTP Secure Shell in Windows
Description: Table of Contents What is SSH/SFTP Secure Shell? Using SSH Secure Shell/Secure File Transfer Client Connecting to isis.unc.edu for the first time Creating a desktop shortcut What is SSH/SFTP Secure Shell? SSH/SFTP Secure Shell is a one-stop application that supports both SSH and SFTP access. The program is available as a free download to UNC […]
» Subjects: Data Policies and Usage, Data Storage » Tags: h: drive, SFTP, SSH
How do I remove a user from an AFS group?
Description: How do I remove a user from an AFS group? To delete a user, use the pts command with the user’s Onyen and the afs group name: pts removeuser theironyen afsgroupname from the UNIX command line or the Windows Command Prompt (run). For more detailed information, see Introduction to AFS.
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage
What is AFS space?
Description: What is AFS space? AFS is a file system used by UNC to provide personal and group space to anyone with an Onyen. You can keep important files and Web pages in your personal AFS space, or you can use it to transfer files from one place to another. AFS space is accessible from any […]
» Subjects: AFS, Data Storage » Tags: Andrew File System, Data Storage