Re: openAFS documentation
I have recently dived into OpenAFS and found the documentation to be amazing. This is a very high quality IBM documentation. You're right, the CD stuff is not up to date, but this is a complexe peace of software, and avoiding the documentation of such software is simply impossible. It aims complexe and heavy environement and therefor cannot be reasonably used with just a RPM. If you have already installed AFS environements in the pas you'll find the documentation to be actually easy to use. I've never done AFS installation before and yet, after two weeks, I had a very nice 12 servers using heavily AFS. Even today, and since AFS is complexe (not OpenAFS, AFS in general), I sometimes read some pieces of this huge 1000+ pages which, again, I consider to be a high quality documentation. there is no doubt for me it is much more important for OpenAFS, today (12/2004), to make OpenAFS better, rather than update here and there to wrong folders or CD stuff indicated in the documentation. I think there are less than ten opensource documentation like this in the world and the IBM fingerprint is clearly there. Make a small effort and you''ll see the only problem is that you have to follow, read, and understand the first server installation, as indicated in the documentation.