OpenAFS is one of the most established multi-platform enterprise file systems available, having delivered distributed data storage and availability to mission critical operations for over twenty years.
Andrew File System
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This is an OpenAFS binary RPM for SuSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) version 8.1, running on IBM S/390 or zSeries hardware.
OpenAFS for Windows binary self-extract file (DEBUG version, with extra diagnostic information embedded in the object code)
OpenAFS for Windows, Microsoft install file. This is the DEBUG version of the software, with extra diagnostic information embedded in the file.
Windows installers for OpenAFS on Windows. This release incorporates patches to provide support for Terminal Services on Windows.
OpenAFS source code for Windows, CVS version as of 2004-07-20 (ZIP file)
This OpenAFS for Windows binary release implements support for Terminal Services.
A presentation on AFS (Andrew File System) by David Boyes at SHARE 97. (pdf)