Where to find additional information
After you have successfully tested NFS client access, you can perform additional NFS configuration or add SAN access. When protocol access is complete, you should protect the root volume of the . There is comprehensive content and technical reports to help you achieve these goals.
You can further configure NFS access using the following content and technical reports:
Describes how to use CLI commands to configure advanced NFS client access to files contained in a new volume or qtree.
Describes how to manage file access using the NFS protocol, including authentication, authorization, and security.
Describes the best practices that should be followed when using ONTAP and VMware vSphere server virtualization environments.
Provides a comprehensive list of best practices, limits, recommendations, and considerations when configuring LDAP, NIS, DNS, and local user and group files for authentication purposes.
Provides an overview of ONTAP with a focus on NFSv4.
Root volume protection
After configuring protocols on the SVM, you should ensure that its root volume is protected:
Describes how to create a load-sharing mirror to protect the root volume, which is a NetApp best practice for NAS-enabled SVMs. Also describes how to quickly recover from volume failures or losses by promoting the SVM root volume from a load-sharing mirror.