This documentation describes how to use Storage Services File System (NSS) to manage pools, volumes, and software RAIDs on a Open Enterprise Server (OES) 2018 SP3 Server.
Section 4.0, Installing and Configuring OES Storage Services
Section 9.0, Cluster-Enabling Shared NSS Devices and Pools with OES Cluster Services
Section 17.0, Verifying and Rebuilding NSS Pools and Volumes
Section 21.0, Securing Access to NSS Volumes, Directories, and Files
Section 23.0, Managing Space Quotas for Volumes, Directories, and Users
Section 24.0, Salvaging and Purging Deleted Volumes, Directories, and Files
Section 27.0, Managing Backup and Restore for Data and Trustee Information
Section 29.0, Monitoring the Status of the NSS File System and Services
Section E.0, Comparison of NSS on Linux and NCP Volumes on Linux POSIX File Systems
This guide is intended for network administrators. Section 31.0, Security Considerations is intended for security administrators or anyone who is using NSS storage objects and is responsible for the security of the system.
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The latest version of this NSS File System Administration Guide for Linux is available on the OES documentation website.
For information about planning and implementing storage solutions in Open Enterprise Server, see the following:
Storage and File Systems section in the OES 2018 SP3: Planning and Implementation Guide describes considerations for choosing a storage solution and system-wide caveats for implementing the different storage solutions.
OES 2015 SP1: Storage and File Services Overview describes typical requirements for system storage, and identifies the various storage products and services in Open Enterprise Server that address those requirements.
For more information about services referenced in this guide, see the following:
The OES 2018 SP3: Distributed File Services Administration Guide for Linux describes how to configure and manage DFS services for NSS volumes.
The OES 2018 SP3: Dynamic Storage Technology Administration Guide describes how to configure NSS volumes as shadow volumes by using Dynamic Storage Technology.
The OES 2018: File Systems Management Guide describes the OES trustee model and how to configure file system trustees, trustee rights, and attributes for NSS volumes.
The OES 2018 SP3: NCP Server for Linux Administration Guide describes how to manage NCP connections for NSS volumes.
The OES 2018 SP3: Linux User Management Administration Guide describes how to Linux-enable users.
The NDK: Virtual File Services describes the software APIs for creating software applications and scripts to manage NSS volumes and services on Linux and NetWare.
The NDK: Novell Storage Architecture Component (Media Manager and NWPA) describes software APIs for creating storage-related applications.
The SLES 12: Storage Administration Guide describes storage services such as the Logical Volume Manager (LVM), UUIDs, Linux multipath I/O for devices; and Linux software RAIDs 0, 1, 5, 6, and 10.