Configuring an AIX secondary computer to mount a new spool directory
You can extend the
/aiwfile system by creating and mounting additional file systems on an AIX secondary computer.
- On the AIX secondary computer, log in as the root user.
- Configure the AIX secondary computer to use the exported directory by mounting it:
- Enter smitty fs on the command line.You see the File Systems window.
- Click Add / Change / Show / Delete File Systems.
- Click Network File System.
- Click Network File System again.
- Click Add a File System for Mounting.
- Type or select values in these fields. The bold entries in this example indicate a change that you must specify:
PATHNAME of mount point PATHNAME of remote directory HOST where remote directory resides Mount type NAME Security method MOUNT now, add entry to /etc/filesystems or both /etc/filesystems entry will mount the directory on system RESTART. MODE for this NFS file system ATTEMPT mount in foreground or background NUMBER of times to attempt mount Buffer SIZE for read Buffer SIZE for writes NFS TIMEOUT. In tenths of a second NFS version for this NFS filesystem Transport protocol to use Internet port NUMBER for server Allow execution of SETUID and setgid programs in this file system? Allow DEVICE access via this mount? Server supports long DEVICE NUMBERS? Mount file system soft or hard Minimum TIME, in seconds, for holding attribute cache after file modification Allow keyboard INTERRUPTS on hard mounts? Maximum TIME, in seconds, for holding attribute cache after file modification Minimum TIME, in seconds, for holding attribute cache after directory modification Maximum TIME, in seconds, for holding attribute cache after directory modification Minimum & Maximum TIME, in seconds, for holding attribute cache after any modification The Maximum NUMBER of biod daemons allowed to work on this file system Use acls on this mount? Number of NFS retransmits Exchange POSIX pathconf information? Inherit group IDs?
[/aiw/aiw1/spool/newspooldirectory] [/aiw/aiw1/spool/newspooldirectory] [primary_server_ip_address]   both yes read-write background     any any  yes yes yes hard  yes      no  no no
- Enter smitty fs on the command line.
- Press Enter.
- Press F10 to exit smitty.