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Storacl security for qtree and lun not working



I 'am using storacl to give users access to their luns created with SnapDrive 6.4

When creating security on a volume base everything works as expected:

STORACL> user add -rsn filername:/vol/vt2i_0002 -rtype vol -un code1\ikke -RN SDAdmin

After the above command is executed I can see all my luns created with SnapDrive and I can create new luns.

So far so good.

When I create security on a qtree level it denies every access

STORACL> user add -rsn filername:/vol/vt2i_0002/qtreename -rtype qtree -un code1\ikke -RN SDAdmin

After executing the above command I don't see any lun at all. Hench, I can't even create one.

The man page shows that I can create security on qtree level.


-rsn: Resource name with complete path to be added. (eg: storagesystem:/vol/vol1, storagesystem:/vol/vol1/lun1, storagesystem:/agg1, storagesystem)

-rtype: Type of resource. Possible values are:

        storagesystem|stor|filer - storage system

        aggregate|aggr - Aggregate

        vol|volume - Volume

        qtree - Qtree

        lun- LUN


Does anybody know how to setup SnapDrive security based on qtrees?




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