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        afszcm.cat - Error message catalog for debugging the Cache Manager


        The afszcm.cat file is a message catalog for the Cache Manager. The
        fstrace dump command interpreter uses it in conjunction with the stan‐
        dard UNIX catalog utilities to translate Cache Manager operation codes
        into character strings as it writes traces in the fstrace trace log,
        which makes the log more readable.
        The conventional location for the file is the /etc/openafs/C/ direc‐
        tory. It can be placed in another directory if the NLSPATH and LANG
        environment variables are set appropriately.


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