|noname on nfs mount: mount: /mount/point…|
|rb on hpacucli|
|nimish on hpacucli|
|Barznj on hpacucli|
|Mr WordPress on mpathadm|
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The backup of volume 123456789 is done on the 123456789.backup volume, which is a read-only clone of the read-write 123456789 volume. This is done to prevent any inaccessibility for users while the volume is being backed up. Such inaccessibility is indicated by “afs: Waiting for busy volume 123456789 in cell hostname”.
A “busy volume” message may also result from a system administrator moving a 123456789 volume to a new disk location.
The Andrew File System (AFS) is a distributed networked file system which uses a set of trusted servers to present a homogeneous, location-transparent file name space to all the client workstations. It was developed by Carnegie Mellon University as part of the Andrew Project.It is named after Andrew Carnegie and Andrew Mellon. Its primary use is in distributed computing.