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OceanStor 9000 V300R005C00 File System Feature Guide 11

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Restrictions

Restrictions

This section describes the impact of the InfoLocker feature on system performance, restrictions on the feature application, and interaction between the feature and other features.

Application Restrictions

  • Only empty directories can be configured as WORM root directories.
  • WORM root directories do not support nesting. Once you have created a WORM directory, the properties of the directory apply to its subdirectories, newly created directories, and files.
  • Modified WORM configurations apply to new files or subdirectories only. Parent directories and files are not affected.
  • The WORM clock cannot be changed once being set.
  • Once a directory for storing WORM logs is set, it cannot be changed or deleted and its parent directory cannot be deleted either.
  • The directory for storing WORM logs cannot be set retention period.
  • Do not configure a quota for the directory storing WORM logs. Otherwise, logs may fail to be recorded.
  • Do not create hard links to files in a WORM directory.
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Updated: 2019-03-30

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