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Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

Hi Experts,

help, I just realized that my vol0 qtree is showing as ntfs. Help, is this an issue? or will this be an issue?

Re: Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

The wafl default security style is likely set to ntfs.  Not an issue if you are using windows.  If you use unix then likely set to unix.  you can also usermap between the two so not an issue but best to keep the same type as the host managing the system...  It can be changed and also the default language with options wafl.default_security_style

Re: Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

Hi Scott

Thanks again! So it does not affect anything whatsoever in the OnTap OS whether it is ntfs or Unix?

Also, anything I should watch out for or prepare or expect when I decide to change it to unix?

Maico

Re: Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

It won’t affect ontap…only the host access to files in vol0 though.

Re: Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

Hey Scott,

I am looking inside vol0 and I am seeing a folder there called vol. Looks to me like a trash that was left there by whoever set it up. All the OS files are in etc, correct?

I see home and .ha which I know are also there by default.

Re: Why is my vol0 has a qtree security of ntfs

Vol0 by default has etc and home in the root of the volume.

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