This is documentation for MapR Version 5.0. You can also refer to MapR documentation for the latest release.

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The NFS view group provides the following views:

  • NFS Setup - information about NFS nodes in the cluster
  • VIP Assignments - information about virtual IP addresses (VIPs) in the cluster
  • NFS Nodes - information about NFS nodes in the cluster

NFS Setup

The NFS Setup view displays information about NFS nodes in the cluster and any VIPs assigned to them:

  • Starting VIP - the starting IP of the VIP range
  • Ending VIP - the ending IP of the VIP range
  • Node Name(s) - the names of the NFS nodes
  • IP Address(es) - the IP addresses of the NFS nodes
  • MAC Address(es) - the MAC addresses associated with the IP addresses

Buttons:

  • Start NFS - displays the Manage Node Services dialog
  • Add VIP - displays the Add Virtual IPs dialog
  • Edit - when one or more checkboxes are selected, edits the specified VIP ranges
  • Remove- when one or more checkboxes are selected, removes the specified VIP ranges
  • Unconfigured Nodes - displays nodes not running the NFS service (in the Nodes view)
  • VIP Assignments - displays the VIP Assignments view

VIP Assignments

The VIP Assignments view displays VIP assignments beside the nodes to which they are assigned:

  • Virtual IP Address - each VIP in the range
  • Node Name - the node to which the VIP is assigned
  • IP Address - the IP address of the node
  • MAC Address - the MAC address associated with the IP address

Buttons:

  • Start NFS - displays the Manage Node Services dialog
  • Add VIP - displays the Add Virtual IPs dialog
  • Unconfigured Nodes - displays nodes not running the NFS service (in the Nodes view)

NFS Nodes

The NFS Nodes view displays information about nodes running the NFS service:

  • Hlth - the health of the node
  • Hostname - the hostname of the node
  • Physical IP(s) - physical IP addresses associated with the node
  • Virtual IP(s) - virtual IP addresses associated with the node

Buttons:

  • Properties - when one or more nodes are selected, navigates to the Node Properties View
  • Forget Node - navigates to the Remove Node dialog, which lets you remove the node
  • Manage Services - navigates to the Manage Node Services dialog, which lets you start and stop services on the node
  • Change Topology - navigates to the Change Node Topology dialog, which lets you change the rack or switch path for a node
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