I am new to HNAS. Can anyone pleae tell me how can we create multiprotocol shares in HNAS?
Do you mean sharing a folder simultaneously through CIFS and NFS? All the sharing protocols are under File Services. You just have to create a CIFS share for the desired folder and then create a NFS export for the same folder. See this guide for more information: http://www.hds.com/assets/pdf/hus-file-module-file-services-administration-guide-v-12-3.pdf.
Hi Dang Luong
Thanks for the reply.
Yes. I want to share a folder simultaneously through CIFS and NFS. One more question.
Is there any way to find the shares and filesystems growth?
Yes, you can go to Storage Management, virtual volumes and quotas to see the usage. You can select one of the volumes and then select View quotas at the bottom of the screen.
A handy feature is to use the daily quota report, this will send you an email with all the info you need each day.
send daily volume quota report to listed email
Command entered from the smu:
send-quota-report "enter the email address here"
Yes. I want to share a folder simultaneously through CIFS and NFS
I'm going to give you the basic steps in here.
Kindly read the File Services administration guide for your version of the HNAS code. The guide for the latest version can be found here
Mixed mode operations is quite a detailed topic in there. The considerations go far and beyond what I have described here.
You can set the security mode on the FS to Mixed mode.
Usually I recommend all my customers keep this is as the default mode. This needs to be done on the EVS details page.
And then when you create a virtual volume you can choose to create both CIFS share and NFS export in the same go.
If you also run into some weird permissions issues when trying to access data from the unix side in the share now that its used for both cifs/nfs, check your "user mappings" located under file services, file service protocols.
Hi Joel Cooper
Thank you for your kind reply.
Hi Biju Krishnan
Thank you for your reply. I got some idea about this..
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