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Command Reference
OceanStor 18000 and 18000F V5 Series V500R007

This document is applicable to OceanStor 18500 V5, 18800 V5, 18500F V5, and 18800F V5 storage systems. It describes hardware installation of those storage systems for helping you easily and quickly finish the installation.

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change share nfs

change share nfs


The change share nfs command is used to modify the configurations of an NFS share.


change share nfs share_id=? { charset=? | lock_type=? | audit_items=? | show_snapshot_enabled=? } *





share_id=? NFS share ID.

The value ranges from 1 to 18446744073709551615.

charset=? Encoding mode of the NFS share.

The value can be "UTF-8", "JIS", "S-JIS", "EUC-JP", "DE", "ZH", "GBK", "EUC-TW", "BIG5", "PT", "FR", "IT", "ES" or "KO", The default value is "UTF-8". where:

  • "UTF-8": UTF-8 encoding.
  • "ZH": simplified Chinese.
  • "GBK": simplified Chinese.
  • "EUC-TW": traditional Chinese.
  • "BIG5": traditional Chinese.
  • "EUC-JP": EUC-JP encoding.
  • "JIS": JIS encoding.
  • "S-JIS": Shift-JIS encoding.
  • "DE": German.
  • "PT": Portuguese.
  • "ES": Spanish.
  • "FR": French.
  • "IT": Italian.
  • "KO": Korean.
lock_type=? Lock policy type.

The value can be "Mandatory" or "Advisory", The default value is "Mandatory". where:

  • "Mandatory": indicates a mandatory strategy.
  • "Advisory": indicates a advisory strategy.
audit_items Audit log option.

The parameter value contains at least one of the following values: "none","all","open","create","read","write","close","delete","rename","get_attr","set_attr","get_security",and "set_security", where:

  • "none": excludes all audit log options.
  • "all": includes all audit log options from "open" to "set_security".
  • "open": opens a file.
  • "create": creates a file.
  • "read": reads a file.
  • "write": writes a file.
  • "close": closes a file.
  • "delete": deletes a file.
  • "rename": renames a file.
  • "get_security": obtains security attributes of a file.
  • "set_security": sets security attributes of a file.
  • "get_attr": obtains file attributes.
  • "set_attr": sets file attributes.
If the parameter value is "all" or "none", no other values can be set.
show_snapshot_enabled Whether the function of showing the .snapshot folder is enabled.

The value can be "yes" or "no", where:

  • "yes": the function of showing the .snapshot folder is enabled.
  • "no": the function of showing the .snapshot folder is disabled.
The default value is "yes".



Usage Guidelines



Modify the encoding mode and lock policy of an NFS share.

admin:/>change share nfs share_id=1 charset=EUC-JP lock_type=Advisory  audit_items=all show_snapshot_enabled=yes
WARNING: You are about to change the NFS share configuration. This operation may cause the following problems:
1.If this operation changes the character coding format of an NFS share, garbled display or service interruption may occur after the language is switched.
2.If this operation changes the lock policy of an NFS share to "Advisory", cross-protocol interworking scenarios may be influenced and data inconsistency or service interruption may occur.
3.If you enable the audit log function of the NFS share in this operation, NFS service performance may decrease.
Suggestion: Confirm that you want to perform this operation based on the service type.
Have you read warning message carefully?(y/n)y
Are you sure you really want to perform the operation?(y/n)y
Command executed successfully.

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Updated: 2020-03-19

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