OES 2018 SP1: Distributed File Services Administration Guide for Linux

  OES 2018 SP1: Distributed File Services Administration Guide for Linux
    Overview of Distributed File Services
      Benefits of DFS
      DFS Components
      Services and Components Used by DFS
      Examples of DFS Management Contexts
      What’s Next
    What’s New or Changed in Distributed File Services (DFS)
      What’s New or Changed in OES 2018 SP1
      What’s New or Changed in OES 2018
    Installing and Configuring Distributed File Services
      Requirements for OES Services
      Installing DFS
      Upgrade
      Enabling DFS Junction Support for CIFS
      What’s Next
    Clustering Distributed File Services
      Guidelines for Using DFS in a Cluster Environment
      Clustering the VLDB Service
      Modifying VLDB Settings in the Cluster Load Script
    Business Continuity Clustering Distributed File Services
      Guidelines for Enabling DFS Using BCC
      BCC Enabling the VLDB Service
    Migrating DFS from NetWare to OES 2018 or Later
      Migration Issues for DFS
      Planning Your Migration in a DFS Management Context
      Migrating the DFS VLDB Service
      Migrating NSS Volumes with the DFS Move Volume or Split Volume Task
    Running DFS in a Virtualized Environment
      Guidelines for Managing DFS in a Virtualized Environment
      Guidelines for Using DFS Junctions in a Virtualized Environment
      What’s Next
    Management Tools for DFS
      iManager and DFS-Related Plug-Ins
      NSS Utilities (Rights Utility)
      DFS Commands
    Planning for DFS
      Guidelines for Combining Platforms, Volumes, and Protocols
      Guidelines for DFS Management Contexts
      Guidelines for VLDB Services
      Guidelines for Junctions
      Guidelines for Using DFS with Encrypted NSS Volumes
      Guidelines for Moving or Splitting NSS Volumes
      Guidelines for Managing Move Volume or Split Volume Jobs
      Guidelines for Using DFS and Dynamic Storage Technology
      Guidelines for DFS and Volume Attributes
      Guidelines for Using DFS and Nearline Storage
    Managing VLDB Services
      Creating a DFS Management Context
      Deleting a Management Context
      Managing Replica Sites
      Starting or Activating the VLDB Service
      Specifying Non-Default VLDB Database Paths on Replica Sites
      Stopping the VLDB Service
      Monitoring the Health of the VLDB Service
      Viewing VLDB Service Details for a Replica Site
      Adding a Replica Site
      Removing a Replica Site
      Viewing a List of Volume Entries in the VLDB
      Adding a Volume Entry to the VLDB
      Deleting a Volume Entry from the VLDB
      Repairing the VLDB
    Managing DFS Junctions
      Understanding DFS Junctions
      Prerequisites and Guidelines for DFS Junctions
      Creating a DFS Junction
      Modifying a DFS Junction Name
      Modifying the Junction Location
      Modifying the Target Location
      Adding or Deleting Trustees for the Junction
      Adding or Deleting Trustees for the Junction Target
      Modifying Trustee Rights for the Junction
      Modifying Trustee Rights for the Junction Target
      Managing Junctions
      Viewing a DFS Junction
      Deleting the Junction
      Salvaging or Purging Deleted Junctions
    Using DFS to Move NSS Volumes
      Prerequisites for Moving an NSS Volume with DFS
      Moving an NSS Volume with DFS
    Using DFS to Split NSS Volumes
      Prerequisites for Splitting an NSS Volume with DFS
      Splitting a Volume with DFS
    Managing Move Volume or Split Volume Jobs
      Monitoring the Status of Move Volume or Split Volume Jobs
      Pausing a Move or Split Job
      Resuming a Move or Split Job
      Rescheduling a Move or Split Job
      Viewing Files Skipped by a Move or Split Job
      Finishing a Move or Split Job
      Deleting a Move or Split Job
      Troubleshooting Move or Split Job Failures
    Troubleshooting DFS
      Adding Replica Site to the New Management Context Fails with an eDirectory -603 error
      NetStorage Does Not Resolve a DFS Junction If Both OES 2015 or Later Server and NetWare VLDB Replicas are Present in a Management Context.
      DFS may not function properly after upgrading NSS on OES 2 and later.
      Cannot Delete DFS Management Context by Using iManager
      Cannot Re-Create a DFS Management Context on a Container
      Errors Using DFS on an Upgraded OES 11 Server or Later
      Junctions Are Broken After a Volume Object Update
      Junctions Are Broken After Deleting and Re-Creating an NCP Volume
      Move Volume or Split Volume Job Fails to Start
      Users Cannot See Directories or Files on the Target Location
      VLDB Stops Working After Renaming the O or OU Container for a DFS Management Context
      The State of a Move Volume or Split Volume Job in a Cluster Environment is Scheduled
    Security Considerations
      VLDB File
      TCP Port 6901
      Move and Split Job Crash Persistence
      Creating DFS Junctions on Encrypted NSS Volumes
      Moving or Splitting Encrypted NSS Volumes
      ~DFSINFO.8-P File
    DFS Commands and Utilities
      VLDB
      VOLMN
    DFS Modules
      DFS VLDB Modules
      DFS Volume Manager Module
      DFS Remote Procedure Calls Modules
      DFS Library Modules
      JetStream Modules
    Error Code List
    Legal Notices