2018-05-17 04:20 PM
Hi all. Using some CIFS volumes on C-mode 9. I see you have the following options:
Trying to understand who these all interact and what I should expect when the various combinations here?
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2018-05-17 07:08 PM - edited 2018-05-17 07:16 PM
Options 1 and 2 show a "~snapshot" directory either at the root of a share, or the root of volumes inside the share at the point they join via a junction path into the namespace of a SVM - you can then tranverse through that directory to find snapshots and files inside those snapshots.
Option 3 enables integration of the snapshots of a file into the Windows "Previous Versions" tab.
Please let me know if you would like any further clarification on junction paths/volumes/namespaces/shares
2018-05-18 02:18 AM
Thanks for taking the time to reply! Much appreciated. I think I have the lighbulb on now. So in this example would my expectations be corrrect (was lazy with the HTML
vol2 - snap visibility enabled
vol1 - snap visibility enabled
ShareA -> /vol1/A [Share snap visibility enabled]
ShareB -> /vol1/B [Share snap visibility disabled]
Junction vol1/B/C - > junction /vol2/A
So if i:
Is this understanding correct?
2018-05-20 07:16 PM
I would encourage you to test it yourself in a test environment if it is very important to your business needs, but that should be the way it works, yes.