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       afp_voluuid.conf - Configuration file used by afpd(8) to specify UUID
       for Time Machine volume


       /etc/netatalk/afp_voluuid.conf is the configuration file used by afpd
       to specify UUID of Time Machine volume automagically. The configuration
       lines are composed like:

       "volume name" uuid-string

       The first field is volume name. Volume names must be quoted if they
       contain spaces. The second field is the 36 character hexadecimal ASCII
       string representation of a UUID.

       The leading spaces and tabs are ignored. Blank lines are ignored. The
       lines prefixed with # are ignored. The illegal lines are ignored.

           This UUID is advertised by Zeroconf in order to provide robust
           disambiguation of Time Machine volume.

           The afpd generates the UUID from random numbers and saves it into
           afp_voluuid.conf, only when setting "tm" option in AppleVolumes

           This file should not be thoughtlessly edited and be copied onto
           another server.


       Example. afp_voluuid.conf three TM volumes on one netatalk

           # This is a comment.
           "Backup for John Smith" 1573974F-0ABD-69CC-C40A-8519B681A0E1
           "bob" 39A487F4-55AA-8240-E584-69AA01800FE9
           mary 6331E2D1-446C-B68C-3066-D685AADBE911


       afpd(8), AppleVolumes.default(5), avahi-daemon(8)