2014-11-04 03:43 PM
Hello, I'm fairly new to the Netapp world. Hope someone can assist. Earlier today I configured FAS-2552 on the network. Was successful in creating mulitple volumes. Volumes mounted up successfully to a node running CentOS. Had to migrate VM's from a older model NetApp FAS-2240 to the FAS-2552 via rsync over different mount points on the linux node. Once the rsync was complete, I had to change the IP's for the 2 NFS LIF's due to requirements. Once IP's were changed, I was then unable to mount the volumes to the same CentOS node that was working earlier. In troubleshooting further I inadvertantly removed the junction path for a volume. Is there anyway to recover the junction path that was originally assigned to this VM. Was the data on this VM affected by removing the junction path?
2014-11-06 12:33 AM
you can modify the junction path of a volume using the mount command. The syntax is : volume mount -volume [volname] -vserver [SVM name] -juction-path [junction path starting with "/"].
Please refer to "man volume mount" for more details.
Removing junction path attribute doesn't alter data stored inside the volume.