LISA '03 AFS Workshop Attendees & Agenda
List of Attendees Current as of 10/15/2003
- Venkata Achanta, East Tennessee State University
- Steven Jenkins, East Tennessee State University
- Rich Sudlow, Notre Dame University
- Rudy Maceyko, CERT
- James Dobson, Dartmouth University
- Sven Oehme, IBM
- Horst Birthelmer, IBM
- Wolfgang Friebel, DESY
- Greg Wilson, Arizona State University
- Love Hörnquist-Åstrand, Stockholm University
- Travis Broughton, Intel
- Chris McClimans, Texas Tech University
- Ken Hornstein, Naval Research Labs
- Heidi Hornstein, Naval Research Labs
- Alf Wachsmann, SLAC
- Peter van der Reest, DESY
- Talk: Status of OpenAFS - Derrick Brashear
- Talk: Status of Arla - Love
- Talk: Development of AFS Perl API - Steven Jenkins, Alf Wachsmann
- Talk: Surviving Data Disasters in AFS - James Dobson
- Talk: Using AFS as a root filesystem for diskless nodes - Chris McClimans
- Performance of various backup systems
- Integration of an exclusion list in vos dump
- Clustering/Virtualization of AFS servers
- Integrating AFS into an existing Kerberos 5 infrastructure
- AFS Performance - Reproduce Ellard and Selter's NFS paper?
- Knoppix-like AFS distribution for demonstration/experimentation
- AFS as a high performance filesystem for high performance computing
- Client cache tuning - adaptive prediction?
- Fileserver tuning - Solaris UFS kernel parameters, choosing fileserver options
- Cross cell authentication and Kerberos 5
- OpenSSH and Kerberos ticket/AFS token forwarding
- AFS tools and utilities - Volfit, AFSWizard, Balancer, etc.
- Kerberos 4/kaserver to Kerberos 5 migration
- Using OpenAFS for fileservers: platforms, versions, reliabilty, etc.
- AFS Benchmarking - Where are the bottlenecks?
- Backups - still using tapes, or migrated to disk farms?
- Using rxkad 2b (how do you get new style tokens?)
- Status of largefile support.
- Maximum fileserver partition sizes.
- Using Solaris tmpfs for AFS cache.
- Using TSM API patches for butc.
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