NSS supports the Long, DOS, UNIX, and Macintosh name spaces. By default, names on the NSS file system are case insensitive, which is supported by the Long name space. The Long name space is the default setting used when mounting NSS volumes on Linux or NetWare. In order to mount a volume with a different name space, you must specify the name space explicitly in the mount command, or you can specify the name space to use as a property of the NSS volume.
On Linux, the UNIX name space is typically used for Linux POSIX file systems. If your volume contains large directories with millions of files, using the default UNIX name space on NSS volumes can cause volumes to mount very slowly. Using the Long name space allows the NSS volume to mount normally. Unless you need to support case sensitive filenames, we strongly recommend using the Long name space.
The preferred name space can be set when you create the volume and set its attributes, or at any time by modifying the Lookup Namespace attribute in the volume’s properties.
For OES Linux, you can also specify mount the volume by specifying the name space to use as an option of the mount command. For instructions, see Section 19.11, Mounting NSS Volumes with Linux Commands (Linux).
To view or modify the Lookup Namespace attribute for the NSS volume:
In iManager, click.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.3, Accessing Roles and Tasks in iManager.
Select a server to manage to view a list of its volumes.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.4, Selecting a Server to Manage.
In thelist, select a volume that you want manage.
Clickto view the volume’s properties.
Thepage has three tabs: , , and .
On thepage, view the current setting of the for the selected volume.
On thepage, optionally modify the to use by selecting the radio button next to it.
This is the new value that is applied automatically whenever you mount the volume.
Clickto save your changes.
On thepage, click to unmount the volume.
Wait until the volume unmounts gracefully before continuing.
On the Volumes page, clickto mount the volume to mount it the new name space.