Editing an Existing FS Mount

NOTE Filesystem mounts cannot be created for external Kubernetes clusters. See Importing an External Kubernetes Cluster.

In the FS Mounts screen, clicking the Edit icon (pencil) in the Actions column of the table opens the Update FS Mount screen for the selected filesystem mount.

To edit a filesystem mount, you may modify some or all of the following:

  • Name: Name of the filesystem mount. This name must contain only letters, numbers, and/or dashes and must be longer than two characters.
  • Host: Hostname or IP address of the file system host.
  • Share: Name of the share.
  • Read Only: Check this check box to allow the virtual nodes in the tenant to be able to access objects in the filesystem mount but be unable to add, modify, or delete those objects. Clearing this check box allows the virtual nodes to add, modify, and remove objects in the filesystem mount.

When you have finished modifying the parameters for the filesystem mount, click Submit to modify that filesystem mount.