Properties for Subclient: Online Help

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Use this dialog box to configure the following properties for an Hybrid File Store share subclient.

By default all users that can access the share can access the point-in-time share.

Specify the NFS clients that can access the point-in-time Hybrid File Store share.

Enable Versions

Allow versioning on the Hybrid File Store.

Note: If NFSV3 clients need access to the share, then do not select this check box.

Protocols

Select the protocol you want to use based on your requirement.

NFSV3

Click to use NFSV3 protocol.

NFSV4

Click to use NFSV4 protocol.

File Server

Select the Hybrid File Store from the list.

Allowed Network Clients

Specify the NFS clients that can access the point-in-time Hybrid File Store view.

All Clients

Make the share accessible by any client.

Custom

Allow specific clients access to the share. Then, in the box, type the IP address of all clients that can access the point-in-time view, and then click Add.

Add

Click to add the IP Address.

Advanced Options tab

Access

Read/Write

Select this option to let users read from and write to the share.

Read Only

Select this option to let users read from the share.

Squashing Options

Squashing Type

The squashing type to use for the Hybrid File Store.

The squashing type to use for the share. The default is ROOT_SQUASH.

Valid values are:

  • ROOT_SQUASH: Map the root user on the NFS client to an anonymous user/group that has limited privileges. This prevents a root client user from having total control of the Hybrid File Store share.

  • ROOT_ID_SQUASH: Map the root user on the NFS client to an anonymous user/group that has limited privileges and map a non-root user that is part of the root user's group to an anonymous group ID so that the user is treated as a non-root user.

    A root user ID is 0. A root user group ID is 0. This squashing type performs the following operations:

    • Maps a user ID of 0 to an anonymous user ID.

    • Maps a group ID of 0 to an anonymous group ID.

    • Maps a group ID of 0 in an alternative group to an anonymous group ID.

      For example, if USER1 has the root user group (group ID 0), then the user is mapped to an anonymous group ID and is treated as USER1 (instead of having root privileges).

  • ALL_SQUASH: Map all the users on the NFS client to an anonymous user/group that has limited privileges.

  • NO_ROOT_SQUASH: A root user account on the NFS client can access the share as a root user.

Anonymous UID

If you use squashing, then the user ID is the user ID that the software uses for mapping. This value can be greater than 0.

Anonymous GID

If you use squashing, then the group ID is the group ID that the software uses for mapping. This value can be greater than 0.

Adding a Hybrid File Store

Updating the Hybrid File Store

Updating a Hybrid File Store Point-in-Time