Array Capacity Utilization Reports > NetApp Cluster-Mode CIFS Summary
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NetApp Cluster-Mode CIFS Summary
NetApp CIFS Shares are listed in a tabular report, with related objects and configuration metrics for the associated array.
Use this report for Unified Visibility to determine the status of CIFS shares and their associated volumes. Cluster Mode arrays only.
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The CIFS share name is a UTF-8 string.
Mount Point
File system path that is shared through this CIFS share. This is the full, user-visible path relative to the Vserver root, and it may cross junction mount points. The path is in UTF8 and uses forward slash as directory separator.
Volume State
Volume state. Possible values: online, restricted, offline, mixed. If an Infinite Volume's constituents are not all in the same state, this state is set to mixed. The mixed state is read-only.
The name of the volume. Drill down to NetApp Cluster-Mode Volume Detail.
Name of the storage array. Drill down to Array Capacity and Utilization (NetApp Cluster).
Description of the CIFS share. CIFS clients see this description when browsing the Vserver's CIFS shares.
Name of the Vserver. Drill down to NetApp Cluster-Mode Vserver Summary.
CIFS Server Name
The NetBIOS name of the CIFS server.
CIFS Server Administrative Status. Possible values: down, up.
# Qtrees
Number of Qtrees in the volume. This field drills down to the NetApp Cluster-Mode QTree Summary.
CIFS Share Properties
The list of properties for the CIFS share. Possible values: oplocks = Opportunistic locks (client-side caching) are enabled. browsable = Share can be browsed by Windows clients. showsnapshot = Snapshots can be viewed and traversed by clients. changenotify = CIFS clients can request change notifications for directories on the share. homedirectory = Share is added and enabled as part of the CIFS home directory feature. T attributecache = Connections through this share cache attributes for a short time to improve performance. branchcache = Clients connecting to this share can make requests using BranchCache technology, allowing them to cache the content to reduce WAN utilization from a remote office. continuously_available = Clients connecting to the share can open files in a persistent manner. Files opened this way are protected from disruptive events. shadowcopy = Share is pointing to a shadow copy. access_based_enumeration = Access Based Enumeration (ABE) is enabled on the share. ABE-filtered shared folders are only available based on a user's access rights.
Symlinks Properties
This flag controls the accessibility of the symlinks under the shared directory. Possible values: enable, hide, read_only.
Access Control List (ACL) for the CIFS share. Each list entry is a slash-separated (/) pair of the user or group name and the permissions. Possible effective permissions: Full Control, Change, Read, or No Access. For example, for the Global group with Change permissions, the value would be: Global/Change.