Shared NSS pools support three advertising protocols: NCP (default, required), OES AFP, and OES CIFS. You can add OES AFP or OES CIFS as advertising protocols for an existing pool cluster resource.
You must install OES CIFS or OES AFP on all the servers where you want to fail over the pool resource, but you set up the advertising protocol only once on the pool cluster resource. Before you begin, ensure that the pool is cluster migrated back to the server where it was originally created.
Log in to iManager as a cluster administrator user.
Offline the cluster resource that you want to modify.
See Section 9.11, Onlining and Offlining (Loading and Unloading) Cluster Resources from a Cluster Node.
In, select , then go the Volumes and Pools pages to verify that the volumes are not mounted and the pool is deactive.
In, select > , select the cluster, then select .
On the Cluster Options page, use one of the following methods to open the Cluster Pool Properties page for the pool cluster resource that you want to manage:
Select the check box next to the pool cluster resource, then click.
Click thelink for the pool cluster resource.
On the Cluster Pool Properties page, click thetab.
If you are enabling the resource for OES AFP, select thecheck box, then click .
If you are enabling the resource for OES CIFS, select thecheck box and view the , then click .
A default name (up to 15 characters) is suggested for the CIFS Virtual Server Name when you first add the advertising protocol.
If you later want to modify the CIFS Virtual Server Name, you must use the CIFS plug-in for iManager to manage the CIFS share name of an existing share. See
Setting CIFS General Server Parameters in the OES 2018 SP3: OES CIFS for Linux Administration Guide.
Online the cluster resource. Clickselect the check box next to the resource, then click .