The set subcommand, which defines the properties for a file-sharing protocol, supports the following options:
Provides an online-help description
Defines a property for the protocol
The set subcommand uses the following syntax:
# sharectl set [-h] [-p property=value] protocol
You must have root privileges to use the set subcommand.
You do not need to repeat this command-line syntax for each additional property value. You can use the -p option multiple times to define multiple properties on the same command line.
The following example sets the minimum version of the NFS protocol for the client to 3:
# sharectl set -p nfs_client_versmin=3 nfs