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vserver modify

Modify a Vserver

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The vserver modify command modifies the attributes of a specified Vserver.

Parameters

-vserver <vserver> - Vserver

This specifies the Vserver that is to be modified.

[-language <Language code>] - Default Volume Language Code

This optional parameter specifies the default language encoding setting for the Vserver and its volumes. The recommended format is to append .UTF-8 for the language encoding values. For example, for the en_US language, the recommended format is en_US.UTF-8. The default setting is C.UTF-8. This field is not modifiable on a Vserver with Infinite Volume.

[-snapshot-policy <snapshot policy>] - Snapshot Policy

This optional parameter specifies the Snapshot policy for a Vserver being modified.

[-comment <text>] - Comment

This optional parameter specifies a comment for the Vserver.

[-quota-policy <text>] - Quota Policy

This optional parameter specifies a quota policy to be used for all volumes associated with a Vserver. You can create and configure multiple, different quota policies, but each Vserver must have one and only one associated quota policy. This parameter is not supported on a Vserver with Infinite Volume.

[-aggr-list <aggregate name>, ...] - List of Aggregates Assigned

This optional parameter specifies a confined list of aggregates on which volumes can be created for a Vserver by the Vserver administrator. But these aggregates do not become exclusive property of the Vserver, i.e. they might be assigned for use to other Vservers. If the value of this parameter is specified as "-", then the Vserver administrator cannot create any volumes for that Vserver. Note that the cluster administrator will still be able to create volumes on any aggregate and assign them to this Vserver.

[-max-volumes <unsigned32_or_unlimited>] - Limit on Maximum Number of Volumes allowed

This optional parameter specifies the maximum number of volumes that can be created for the Vserver, including the root volume. This value is not modifiable on a Vserver with Infinite Volume.

[-admin-state {running|stopped|starting|stopping}] - Vserver Admin State (privilege: advanced)

Use this parameter to set the admin state of the Vserver if the Vserver start or stop job fails. Possible values include running and stopped.

[-allowed-protocols {nfs|cifs|fcp|iscsi|ndmp}, ...] - Allowed Protocols

This optional parameter specifies the list of protocols to be allowed to run on the Vserver. If the values provided here conflict with the ones provided for disallowed-protocols, then those values would become part of the disallowed-protocols. When part of vserver-modify, this field should include the existing list along with the new protocol list to be added to prevent data disruptions. Possible values include nfs, cifs, fcp, iscsi, and ndmp. Possible values for a Vserver with Infinite Volume include nfs and cifs.

[-disallowed-protocols {nfs|cifs|fcp|iscsi|ndmp}, ...] - Disallowed Protocols

This optional parameter specifies the list of protocols to be disallowed to run on the Vserver. If the values provided here conflict with the ones provided for allowed-protocols, they would continue to be part of the disallowed-protocols. When part of vserver-modify, this field should include the existing list along with the new protocol list to be added to prevent data disruptions. Possible values include nfs, cifs, fcp, iscsi, and ndmp. Only the protocols configured for Vservers with Infinite Volume can be disallowed.

[-qos-policy-group <text>] - QoS Policy Group

This optionally specifies which QoS policy group to apply to the Vserver. This policy group defines measurable service level objectives (SLOs) that apply to the storage objects with which the policy group is associated. If you do not assign a policy group to a Vserver, the system will not monitor and control the traffic to it. To remove this Vserver from a policy group, enter the reserved keyword "none". This parameter is not supported on a Vserver with Infinite Volume.

Examples

The following example modifies the quota policy for a Vserver named vs0.example.com to pol1, specifies a Snapshot policy named daily, adds the comment "Sales team access".
cluster1::> vserver modify -vserver vs0.example.com -snapshot-policy daily 
    -comment "Sales team access" -quota-policy pol1

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