sysid - Lists file server machine interface addresses registered in VLDB


The sysid file records the universally unique identifier (UUID) that the File Server (fileserver process) registers with the Location Service.


The sysid file is unique to each file server machine, and must not be copied from one machine to another. If it is a common practice in the cell to copy the contents of the /var/yfs directory from an existing file server machine to a newly installed one, be sure to remove the sysid file from the new machine before starting the fs trio of processes, which includes the fileserver process.


yfs-server.conf(5), fileserver(8)


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