Creating and Modifying SMB Shares

When you are using SMB, create a mixed-mode ZFS file system, which is the default. If you have both NFS and SMB clients using a mixture of different character sets on the same file system, you might also want to set the utf8only property and consider specifying the charset= access-list NFS share property.

The share.smb property can be set to on or off. Specifying share.smb=on during dataset creation shares the dataset with the default share properties.

If the zfs multilevel property is set to on, then, only files and directories with the default label, ADMIN_LOW, are accessible to SMB clients.