Network and Storage Protocols
We have the following situation:
-1 vol named z_test
z_test q_test mixed enabled normal
z_test zq_test mixed enabled normal
- Inside q_test I would like to create a symbolink link to zq_test, for example:
/vol/z_test/q_test/sym_link -> /vol/z_test/zq_test
So CIFS users can follow it and see its content:
[root@domtest zq_test]# ls
I have configured on the filer (8.2.1 7-Mode) the following:
filer> rdfile /etc/symlink.translations
Map /z_test/q_test/zq_test/* /vol/z_test/zq_test/*
Widelink /z_test/q_test/zq_test/* \\filer\zq_test\*
But I cannot access zq_test through the symbolic link inside q_test, there is nothing inside it.
Thank you and regards,
We have done similar to this, however we also have a CIFS share for /vol/z_test/q_test with the "widelinks" option enabled.
have you had any luck? i've been trying to test the same scenario on my filers, but with little success.
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