Managing multi-tenancy on the NAS server

Server and Cluster Administration Guide for Hitachi NAS Platform

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The administration of the NAS server is performed by the NAS server administrator of the application service provider (ASP), who has access to the administrative EVS. The NAS server administrator of the ASP is responsible for managing the storage, file systems, shares, and exports for the tenant.

NAS server multi-tenancy is enabled and managed through CLI commands. Management of shares, exports, file systems, and storage pools/spans, replication, migration, and any other functions that are not EVS-specific performed in the same way regardless of whether the NAS server is operating in multi-tenant mode or in single tenant (stand-alone) mode.

The following commands are used to manage multi-tenancy at the NAS server level:
  • multi-tenancy-disable
  • multi-tenancy-enable
  • multi-tenancy-show

For more information about these commands, refer to the Command Line Reference. For an overview of multi-tenancy related commands and other related information, see the multi-tenancy command in the Command Line Reference.