vserver cifs share properties show
Display share properties
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
vserver cifs share properties show command displays the CIFS share properties.
If you specify the
-fields <fieldname>, …parameter, the command output also includes the specified field or fields. You can use '-fields ?' to display the fields to specify.
If you specify the
-instanceparameter, the command displays detailed information about all fields.
[-vserver <vserver name>]- Vserver
This optional parameter specifies the name of the Vserver containing the CIFS share for which you want to display share properties.
[-share-name <Share>]- Share
If you specify this parameter, the command displays share properties only for the CIFS share that you specify.
[-share-properties <share properties>,…]- Share Properties
If you specify this parameter, the command displays share properties only for CIFS shares using the properties you specify. The share properties can be one or more of the following:
homedirectory - This property specifies that the share and path names are dynamic. Specify this value for a home directory share. In a home directory share, the share’s name and path can be generated by substituting %w and %d variables with the corresponding user’s name and domain, respectively, specified as the value of the
-pathparameters. For instance, if a dynamic share is defined with a name of
%d%w_, a user logged on as
barbarafrom a domain named
FINsees the share as
FIN_barbara. Using the homedirectory value specifies that the share and path names are dynamically expanded.
oplocks - This property specifies that the share uses opportunistic locks, also known as client-side caching.
browsable - This property allows Windows clients to browse the share.
showsnapshot - This property specifies that Snapshot copies can be viewed and traversed by clients.
changenotify - This property specifies that the share supports Change Notify requests.
attributecache - This property enables the file attribute caching on the CIFS share in order to provide faster access of attributes over SMB 1.0.
For certain workloads, stale file attribute data could be delivered to a client.
continuously-available - This property permits SMB clients that support it to open files in a persistent manner. Files opened this way are protected from disruptive events, such as failover and giveback. This attribute is not supported for FlexGroups and workgroup CIFS servers.
branchcache - This property specifies that the share allows clients to request BranchCache hashes on the files within this share. This option is useful only if you specify "per-share" as the operating mode in the CIFS BranchCache configuration, and also specify the
shadowcopy - This property specifies that the share is pointing to a shadow copy. This attribute cannot be added nor removed from a share.
access-based-enumeration - This property specifies that Access Based Enumeration is enabled on this share. ABE-filtered shared folders are visible to a user based on that individual user’s access rights, preventing the display of folders or other shared resources that the user does not have rights to access.
namespace-caching - This property specifies that the SMB clients connecting to this share can cache the directory enumeration results returned by the CIFS servers.
encrypt-data - This property specifies that SMB encryption must be used when accessing this share. Clients that do not support encryption will not be able to access this share.
show-previous-versions - This property specifies that the previous version can be viewed and restored from the client. This property is enabled by default.
The following example displays share properties for shares in Vserver vs1.
cluster1::> vserver cifs share properties show Vserver Share Properties ---------------- ---------------- ----------------- vs1 abc oplocks browsable changenotify show-previous-versions vs1 admin$ browsable vs1 ipc$ browsable vs1 sh1 oplocks browsable changenotify show-previous-versions 4 entries were displayed.