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[20060616] Article: AFS: network filesystem beyond NFS weaknesses
The Andrew File System is a distributed filesystem like the Network File System, but it addresses problems like caching and security. There's an article on DaemonNews how AFS goes as network filesystem beyond NFS' weaknesses, in which Emmanuel Dreyfus interviews Ty Sarna, who's been a AFS user and NetBSD developer for some time now, and who worked on things like AFS, Kerberos and PAM in the past.

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