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How to change\set the owner- and groupship of a volume (security-style: UNIX) to a specific user\group

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • NFS
  • UNIX

Description

  • When a volume has been created with an "UNIX" security style, default the user- and groupname "root" will be assigned as owner for the volume
    • unless if during the creation an user- and groupname is specified
  • The ownership of a volume can be changed\set to a specific UID (unix username) and GID (unix groupname)

 

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