The cfsmntadm command

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The cfsmntadm command

One CVMVolDg and one CFSMount resource is required to control each cluster mount. You can use the cfsmntadm add to add these resources. The cfsmntadm command takes mount points, shared volumes, and shared disk groups as arguments. You can optionally specify a service group name. If a service group name is specified, the cfsmntadm command creates a new service group (if the service group is not already present) and makes it dependent on the cvm service group. If no service group is specified, cfsmntadm add creates a new service group for each CFS mount added. The command next adds CVMVolDg to the specified service group and associates it with the specified disk group (if that kind of resource is not already present in the same service group). Subsequently, cfsmntadm add adds a CFSMount resource and links it with the CVMVolDg resource, then sets the appropriate values to the resource attributes. It is advisable to add all the mount points (that have their device in the same shared disk group) to the same service group.

See Resources and service groups for File System cluster functionality.

Using cfsmntadm, you can also add file system snapshots and Storage Checkpoints; delete, display, and modify resources; and set the primary election policy on a cluster mounted file system.

See the cfsmntadm(1M) manual page.

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