Given an afs mouted filesystem, can I discover what IP address or DNS name it is served from? Can I learn anything about the drive/partition it occupies on the serving machine?
Background: I am user (no access to root privileges[+]) at a site that makes extensive use of afs to mount remote disks. Most stuff on most machines exists in a giant tree under
/afs, but in some cases a few files systems are mounted elsewhere. One such filesystem is available on some machines and not on others, and I would like to search for it in the big tree before contacting the administrators to ask for help.
[+] Which would be why I choose Super User rather than Server Fault, but I am willing to be migrated if that is believed to be advantageous.