A cluster must have at least one or more SVMs to provide data access from the cluster. You can create SVMs with Infinite Volume to provide data access to large data in the NAS environment.
You must have reviewed the planning requirements and understood the guidelines:
You must ensure that the following requirements are met:
You cannot modify the language of an SVM with Infinite Volume.
cluster1::>vserver create -vserver vs1.example.com -rootvolume root_vs0 -aggregate aggr1 -rootvolume-security-style unix -language C.UTF-8 -snapshot-policy default -is-repository true [Job 2061] Job succeeded: Vserver creation completed
cluster1::> vserver show Admin Operational Root Vserver Type Subtype State State Volume Aggregate ------- ----- ------- ------- -------- ----------- ---------- cluster1 admin - - - - - cluster1-01 node - - - - - vs1.example.com data default running running root_vs0 aggr1
The SVM is created with a root volume of 1 GB, and it is started automatically and is in running state. By default, the vsadmin user account is created and is in the locked state. The vsadmin role is assigned to the default vsadmin user account.