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DynRootDB - AFS cells and database servers
The file DynRootDB specifies what AFS cells that should appear in the AFS
root (/afs) when starting arlad and arla-cli.
Each line in the file should contain one cell, for example
DynRootDB is read when arlad is started, normally when the system boots.
If there file DynRootDB doesn’t exist, then all cells listed in the
CellServDB and the dynamically found nodes appear in the /afs directory.
AliasDB(5), CellServDB(5), SuidCells(5), ThisCell(5), arla.conf(5),