Veritas NetBackup™ Copilot™ for Oracle Configuration Guide
- Creating an appliance Share
- Mounting an appliance Share
- Storage Lifecycle Policy (SLP) configuration
- Oracle Intelligent Policy (OIP) configuration
NFS export options
The following table describes the export options available for Share creation or modification.
Allows only read requests on the Share.
Allows both read requests and write requests on the Share.
Disables all root squashing.
Allows root account on client to access export share on server as the root account.
Maps requests from UID and GID 0 to the anonymous UID and GID.
Maps all UIDs and GIDs to the anonymous user account.
By default, the NFS server chooses a UID and GID of 65534 for squashed access. These values can be overridden by using the anonuid and anongid options.
This option forces all anonymous connections to a predefined UID on a server.
This option forces all anonymous connections to a predefined GID on a server.
Requires that requests originate from an Internet port less than
Disables the requirement that requests originate from an Internet port less than