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Oracle® Solaris 11.4 Tunable Parameters Reference Manual

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Updated: January 2019
 
 

NFS-Related SMF Configuration Parameters

In Oracle Solaris 11.2, the network/nfs/server service includes the nfs-props property group, which provides configurable parameters to control the refresh of the NFS authentication cache and to control the mountd netgroup cache.

You can use sharectl command to get and set these properties.

# sharectl get -p server_authz_cache_refresh nfs
server_authz_cache_refresh=600
$ sharectl set -p server_authz_cache_refresh=1 nfs

You can also get and set these properties by using SMF commands but you will need to refresh the network/nfs/server service.

# svccfg -s nfs/server:default setprop nfs-props/server_authz_cache_refresh=1
# svcprop -p nfs-props/server_authz_cache_refresh svc:/network/nfs/server:default
1
# svcadm restart nfs/server:default

server_authz_cache_refresh Parameter

This parameter controls the refresh of the NFS authentication cache. The default value of the integer property is 600, the minimum is 0, and the max is INT32_MAX. A value of zero ('0') means no expiration.

netgroup_refresh Parameter

This parameter controls the mountd netgroup cache. The default value of the integer property is 600, the minimum is 0, and the max is INT32_MAX. A value of zero ('0') means no expiration.