Perform these steps to create an NFS Share using the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance browser user interface (ZFSSA BUI).
You can access the BUI at https://zfssa_head_IP:215
NFS shares are provided over network interfaces. When configuring a share, you must configure the appropriate network interface over which the share will be served. The Oracle SPARC Model 300 Service provides storage access from the ZFSSA over network devices vnic5 (corresponding to head 1) and vnic7 (corresponding to head 2). You must identify which of these devices you wish to serve the NFS share when configuring the volume.
Complete these steps to identify the network interface information for the share:
The network you choose will vary depending on which of the two ZFSSA heads is used for the volume (LUN).
Head 1 is associated with the interface named opczs3-2-1-store-aggr.
Head 2 is associated with the interface named opczs3-2-2-store-aggr.
In this example, head 1 is used for the volume, so these values are noted:
Interface name: opczs3-2-1-store-aggr
VNIC short name: vnic5
IP address: 192.168.50.36
NFS shares are created in the Shares page of the ZFSSA WebUI. A simple share creation is shown in the following steps. Detailed configuration is beyond the scope of this document. Refer to the ZFS Storage Appliance Administration Guide for detailed configuration information.