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AFS-3 Directory Object Type Definition

Document Type Expired Internet-Draft (individual)
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Author Thomas Keiser
Last updated 2012-11-05 (Latest revision 2012-04-23)
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Directory lookups in the AFS-3 distributed file system are supported by defining a canonical encoding for a directory object, and transmitting all--or part--of that object from a file server to its clients so that clients may resolve paths into AFS file IDs (FIDs). This memo describes the AFS-3 directory object wire encoding. Internet Draft Comments Comments regarding this draft are solicited. Please include the AFS-3 protocol standardization mailing list ( as a recipient of any comments.


Thomas Keiser

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