After you set up and configure NSS volumes, you can modify most of the attribute settings. The Encrypted Volume Support attribute and the Compression attribute can be set only at the time the volume is created. If you try to modify those settings, iManager or NSSMU returns an error message.
You can specify a Volume Quota. For NSS on Linux, you can modify the mount point.
In iManager, click.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.3, Accessing Roles and Tasks in iManager.
Select a server to manage.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.4, Selecting a Server to Manage.
In thelist, select a volume that you want manage.
Thepage has three tabs: , , and . Use the page to view or modify the attributes for the selected volume.
Do one or more of the following:
Select or deselect a modifiable attribute, then click.
The Encryption and Compression attributes can be set only at the time the volume is created. If you try to modify those settings, iManager returns an error message.
For information about attributes, see Section 19.1, Understanding Volume Properties.
Specify a volume quota, then click.
Specify the defaultto use when mounting the volume, then click .
The next time the volume is mounted, this will be the name space used. The default name space is Long.
(Linux) Specify a newfor your volume, then click . For example:
(Linux) If you enabled or disabled theattribute, restart NCP2NSS by entering at a terminal prompt:
For information about setting quotas after you have enabled the Directory Quotas attribute or User Space Quotas attribute, see Managing Space Quotas for Volumes, Directories, and Users.