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Solaris 10 NFS/ZFS with no_subtree_check ?

Solaris 10 NFS/ZFS with no_subtree_check ?

Solaris 10 NFS/ZFS with no_subtree_check ?

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We have an issue with a Mac OS X Lion NFS client that "should" be resolved using no_subtree_check to the NFS export attributes.

Unfortunately, when I go to change these attributes in ZFS (Solaris 10), I get an error:

# zfs set sharenfs=rw,anon=0,no_subtree_check  zpool1/name
cannot set property for 'zpool1/name': 'sharenfs' cannot be set to invalid options

Other options work fine.

Is this some limitation?  The max version of NFS in /etc/default/nfs is 4, but I don't understand why this is a problem.

ZFS version max shows it's up to " 29  RAID-Z/mirror hybrid allocator " so I don't see this as an issue.


 

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