Veritas Access 7.2.1 Administrator's Guide

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Veritas Access 7.2.1 Administrator's Guide


I. Introducing Veritas Access
1. Introducing Veritas Access
About Veritas Access
Accessing the Veritas Access CLI
Navigating the Veritas Access CLI
II. Configuring Veritas Access
2. Configuring users or roles
About user roles and privileges
3. Configuring the network
About configuring the Veritas Access network
About bonding Ethernet interfaces
About the IP addresses for the Ethernet interfaces
About Ethernet interfaces
About configuring routing tables
4. Configuring authentication services
About configuring LDAP settings
III. Managing Veritas Access storage
5. Configuring storage
About storage provisioning and management
About configuring disks
About configuring storage pools
About quotas for usage
About quotas for CIFS home directories
Workflow for configuring and managing storage using the Veritas Access CLI
6. Configuring data integrity with I/O fencing
About I/O fencing
7. Configuring ISCSI
About the iSCSI initiator
Configuring the iSCSI initiator
Configuring the iSCSI initiator name
Configuring the iSCSI devices
Configuring discovery on iSCSI
Configuring the iSCSI targets
Modifying tunables for iSCSI
IV. Managing Veritas Access file access services
8. Configuring your NFS server
About using NFS server with Veritas Access
Using the kernel-based NFS server
Using the NFS-Ganesha server
Switching between NFS servers
Recommended tuning for NFS-Ganesha version 3 and version 4
About authenticating NFS clients
9. Using Veritas Access as a CIFS server
About configuring Veritas Access for CIFS
About configuring CIFS for standalone mode
Configuring CIFS server status for standalone mode
About Active Directory (AD)
Configuring CIFS for the AD domain mode
10. Configuring Veritas Access to work with Oracle Direct NFS
About using Veritas Access with Oracle Direct NFS
About the Oracle Direct NFS architecture
Best practices for improving Oracle database performance
About Oracle Direct NFS node or storage connection failures
11. Configuring your FTP server
About FTP
V. Managing Veritas Access block access services
12. Configuring block access
About iSCSI targets for block storage
VI. Managing the Veritas Access object server
13. Using Veritas Access as an object server
About the object server
Configuring the object server
About buckets and objects
VII. Configuring cloud storage
14. Configuring the cloud gateway
About the cloud gateway
15. Configuring cloud as a tier
Configuring the cloud as a tier feature for scale-out file systems
Moving files between tiers in a scale-out file system
About policies for scale-out file systems
Obtaining statistics on data usage in the cloud tier in scale-out file systems
Workflow for moving on-premises storage to cloud storage for NFS shares
VIII. Monitoring and troubleshooting
16. Configuring event notifications and audit logs topics
About configuring event notifications
About severity levels and filters
About SNMP notifications
IX. Provisioning and managing Veritas Access file systems
17. Creating and maintaining file systems
About creating and maintaining file systems
About scale-out file systems
Considerations for creating a file system
Best practices for creating file systems
About striping file systems
About FastResync
About creating a tuned file system for a specific workload
About scale-out fsck
X. Provisioning and managing Veritas Access shares
18. Creating shares for applications
About file sharing protocols
About concurrent access
Sharing directories using CIFS and NFS protocols
19. Creating and maintaining NFS shares
About NFS file sharing
Displaying file systems and snapshots that can be exported
Exporting an NFS share
Displaying exported directories
About managing NFS shares using netgroups
Unexporting a directory or deleting NFS options
20. Creating and maintaining CIFS shares
About managing CIFS shares
About the CIFS export options
21. Using Veritas Access with OpenStack
About the Veritas Access integration with OpenStack
About the Veritas Access integration with OpenStack Manila
XI. Managing Veritas Access storage services
22. Deduplicating data
About data deduplication
Best practices for using the Veritas Access deduplication feature
23. Compressing files
About compressing files
Best practices for using compression
Use cases for compressing files
24. Configuring SmartTier
About Veritas Access SmartTier
How Veritas Access uses SmartTier
About tiering policies
About configuring the policy of each tiered file system
Best practices for setting relocation policies
25. Configuring SmartIO
About SmartIO for solid-state drives
About configuring SmartIO
About SmartIO read caching for applications running on Veritas Access file systems
About SmartIO writeback caching for applications running on Veritas Access file systems
26. Configuring replication
About Veritas Access file-level replication
How Veritas Access Replication works
27. Using snapshots
About snapshots
About snapshot schedules
28. Using instant rollbacks
About instant rollbacks
29. Configuring Veritas Access with the NetBackup client
About Veritas Access as a NetBackup client
Prerequisites for configuring the NetBackup client
About the NetBackup Snapshot Client
About NetBackup snapshot methods
About NetBackup instant recovery
Enabling or disabling the NetBackup SAN client
Workflow for configuring Veritas Access for NetBackup
Registering a NetBackup master server, an EMM server, or adding an optional media server
Displaying the excluded files from backup
Displaying the included and excluded files for backups
Adding or deleting patterns to the list of files in backups
Configuring or resetting the virtual IP address used by NetBackup
Configuring the virtual name of NetBackup
Displaying the status of NetBackup services
Configuring backup operations using NetBackup or other third-party backup applications
Performing a backup or restore of a Veritas Access file system over a NetBackup SAN client
Performing a backup or restore of a snapshot
Installing or uninstalling the NetBackup client
XII. Reference
A. Veritas Access documentation
Using the Veritas Access product documentation
About accessing the online man pages
B. Veritas Access tuning
File system mount-time memory usage

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