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Disk Encryption User Guide

OceanStor Dorado V3 Series V300R001

This document is applicable to OceanStor Dorado5000 V3, Dorado6000 V3 and Dorado18000 V3. This document introduces how to install and configure key management servers connected to the storage systems that use self-encrypting disks.
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Configuring the Solaris NFS Server

Configuring the Solaris NFS Server

After the Solaris NFS server is configured, configurations of the key management server will be backed up to the Solaris NFS server.

Prerequisites

Suites related to the NFS service have been installed on the Solaris server.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the Solaris NFS server.
  2. Create a backup directory.

    1. Create a directory for saving backup information about the keyAuthority server.
      # mkdir -p /kabackup
    2. Create the root directory for mounting the NFS share.
      # mkdir -p /export/home/kauser/

  3. Create the backup user.

    1. Create the user group.

      # groupadd -g 710 kauser

    2. Create a user.

      For example, create a user kauser whose root directory is /home, user ID is 710, and belongs to user group kauser.

      NOTE:

      Ensure that the name of the user to be created is the same as that of the user group.

      # useradd -d /export/home/kauser -g kauser -u 710 kauser
    3. Modify permissions of the new backup user and enable the user to have the permission of full control over the root directory.
      # chmod 700 /export/home/kauser/
    4. Change the password of the user.
      # passwd kauser
    5. Set permissions on related directories.
      1. Change the group ID to 710.
        # usermod -g 710 kauser
      2. Check whether the changed information is correct.
        # id kauser 
        # cat /etc/group
      3. Set the dependencies and permissions of the directory.
        # chown kauser /kabackup/ 
        # chgrp kauser /kabackup/ 
        # chmod 700 /kabackup/

  4. Creates an NFS share.

    1. Add the following information to the /etc/dfs/dfstab file.
      share -F nfs /kabackup
    2. Enable the NFS service.
      # /etc/init.d/nfs.server stop 
      # /etc/init.d/nfs.server start
    3. Ensure that the NFS service is activated.
      # svcs -p nfs/server 
      # rpcinfo -p | grep nfs
    4. Ensure that the NFS share is successfully created.
      # share

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Updated: 2018-11-01

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