In this tutorial, you’ll use the QF2 dashboard to create a Network File System (NFS) export. The export allows NFS clients to share data stored in a particular directory.
Point to Sharing and then click NFS Exports from the drop-down list.
You should see the NFS Exports page, which lists the available exports.
An NFS Export dialog box appears.
You must fill in all the required fields. Here are the definitions:
Here is an example. The directory test2 will be created on the file system and exported as test2. There is no user mapping and the export will be read-writeable. There are no IP access restrictions.
Once the operation completes, the newly created export appears on the NFS Exports list.
You can edit an export's properties.
On the NSF Exports page, click the pencil icon next to the share you want to edit.
The NFS Export dialog box opens.
You can delete an export.
On the NFS Exports page, click the trashcan icon next to the export you want to delete.
You will be asked to confirm the deletion.
Click Yes, Delete Export to confirm the deletion or click Cancel to keep the export.
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