Mount a SnapLock volume


You can mount a SnapLock volume to a junction path in the SVM namespace for NAS client access.

What you’ll need

The SnapLock volume must be online.

About this task
  • You can mount a SnapLock volume only under the root of the SVM.

  • You cannot mount a regular volume under a SnapLock volume.

  1. Mount a SnapLock volume:

    volume mount -vserver SVM_name -volume volume_name -junction-path path

    For a complete list of options, see the man page for the command.

    The following command mounts a SnapLock volume named vol1 to the junction path /sales in the vs1 namespace:

    cluster1::> volume mount -vserver vs1 -volume vol1 -junction-path /sales