Network Storage Protocols Discussions
Hi i started to administer netapp server and i have two questions.
I have some problems to access CIFS Shares
Data ontap 7.3.4
ETC$ (/etc) Remote Administration
vol3$ (/vol/vol3) Remote Administration
root volume is vol0
qtree vol0 : mixed style
i can access to \\filer\etc$
but i got an access error entering \\filer\vol3$
for both shares
BUILTIN\Administrators set to Full control.
and for vol3$ i tried to add my domain user with Full control rights.
The same error.
wcc -s winuser show that
usermap.cfg is empty
I want to check volume contents.
One more problem.
i have some exports.
for specific IP a set read-only access. when i trying to mount and NFS export i did it without problem. But when i try to list directory content i got access denied.
/vol/vol0/soft : unix style
/vol/vol0/soft read-only access for my host.
mount /mnt/soft filer:/vol/vol0/soft
until its ok
i got access denied.
Only when i set a root access for this host i can access /mnt/soft.
i tride the same on my netapp simulator, i got no errors, but there is no connection to Active Directory.
Problem resolved with CIFS shares. Using MMC i have set rights to shares (Security rights). NOw i can acces to cifs shares.
What about nfs exports (second question)?
One unsolicated comment: it is recommended to create a new volume for data access instead of using vol0. Vol0 should only contain the Data On Tap operating system files.
For the export, what is the result of "exportfs -q /vol/vol0/soft"?
Thank you for your answer.
about the root volume. Yes we are planning to separate on tap system files and our data files.
about the exports.
Sorry about the mistake. I tried to mount /vol/vol0/Soft and i can see content of this nfs share with ro rights.
But i have another NFS share /vol/vol0.
But there is situation described in my last post.
exportfs -q /vol/vol0
exportfs -q /vol/vol0/soft
im trying to mount to 10.10.8.63
What about ruleid?
Try 'exportfs -c 10.10.8.63 /vol/vol0/soft ro'
Also try reading the exportfs manpage. I assume you are mounting the share as root. Also try turning on 'opiton nfs.mountd.trace' on the CLI and watching the messages file.