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Outlines how to create an NFS Export in Qumulo Core
- Admin privileges required
- Cluster running Qumulo Core
NFS Exports Page Overview
In the Web UI, hover over Sharing and click NFS Exports from the dropdown.
A list of NFS Exports will display with the following details:
Exports: Name of the NFS Export
File system path: The directory path of the NFS Export
Allowed IPs: Details whether all or some of the IPs are allowed access
User Mapping: Displays whether User Mapping is enabled
Read-only: Displays whether Read-only access is configured
Create an NFS Export
Click Create on the NFS Exports page.
Fill in the following fields:
- File system path: The directory path of the NFS Export.
- Create new directory with inherited permissions: If selected, creates a new directory if the file system path does not exist.
- Export path: The NFS Export name that the client will mount to.
- Description: A description of the export (optional).
- User Mapping: Forces user IDs to be mapped to a specific ID. Note that the No Mapping option is selected by default.
- Allowed IPs: A list of IP addresses that the export can be restricted to. Note that all IPs are allowed by default if the allowed IP field is left blank.
- Read-only: Enables the Export to have read-only access.
Click Save to create the new export and add it to the NFS Exports page.
Edit or Delete an NFS Export
- To Edit an existing NFS Export, click the pencil icon next to the listing on the NFS Exports page
- Delete an NFS Export by clicking the trashcan icon
- Confirm the delete of an NFS export by selecting Yes, Delete Export when prompted or click Cancel
You should now be able to successfully create an NFS Export in Qumulo Core
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