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AFS: The Andrew File System (originated at Andrew Carnegie's old school, Carnegie Mellon University). Couldn't find much (useful) on a Google search for AFS, maybe I need to search under Andrew File System. Seems like it's not the standard of the day at this point. Found some discussions on using it with Kerberos.

From http://lelandsystems.stanford.edu/services/afs/:

AFS is a distributed filesystem that enables co-operating hosts (clients and servers) to efficiently share filesystem resources across both local and wide area networks. AFS is provided and supported by Transarc Corporation.

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