Perform the following tasks to configure or enable CIFS and make it available on a cluster environment:
The cluster environment is set up and ready
All nodes in the cluster are installed and configured for CIFS
All nodes in the cluster meet CIFS standalone server setup requirements and CIFS is running
The disk you want to use for the pool is configured through the iSCSI or SAN software. It is marked as nlvm share command.by using NSSMU, the Storage plug-in to iManager, or the
You can configure, enable, and access the CIFS services by using iManager, NSSMU or the NLVM create command.
For details on creating pools by using iManager, see OES 11 SP1: NSS File System Administration Guide for Linux.
NOTE:If the cluster object is created in a container that is different from the one in which the nodes are present or is at a higher level than the context where the nodes are present, then the CIFS proxy user must be manually added to the trustee list of cluster server object and required rights must be assigned to it along with the inherited rights.
For details on creating pools by using NSSMU, see
You can add Novell CIFS as an advertising protocol when you create a cluster-enabled NSS pool. For information, see
You can add Novell CIFS as an advertising protocol when you cluster-enable an existing NSS pool. For information, see
You can add or remove Novell CIFS as an advertising protocol for an existing cluster-enabled NSS pool. For information, see