NAS volume management
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NAS volume management

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The NAS volume management section explains how to get the list of NAS volumes and modify or delete the settings of the created .

Note

The NAS volume management section does not describe how to create a NAS volume. For details about how to create a NAS volume, see Creating NAS volume.

To access the Volume menu, connect to NAVER Cloud Platform portal and click [Console] > Services> Storage> NAS> Volume in order.

NAS volume screen

The NAS volume screen is composed as follows.

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Area Description
① Menu name The name of the menu currently being viewed, number of NAS volumes created.
② Basic features NAS volume creation, service introduction page, download the NAS volume list, refresh the NAS volume list
Set volume Click and check the NAS volume setting menu.
Delete NAS volume Delete NAS volume with clicking it
⑤ Search bar The NAS volume can be searched by NAS volume name.
⑥ Search filter Filters the NAS volume by zone, protocol, snapshot settings, and event settings.
⑦ NAS volume list View the list of NAS volumes created, and their details

View NAS Volume list

Take the following steps to view information on each created NAS volume in the NAS volume list.

Note

The list can be checked if there are more than one NAS volume If there is no NAS volume created, then the list isn't displayed in the NAS volume page.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. View the summarized information in the list of created NAS volumes or click a NAS volume to view the details.nas-use-nasvolume-vpc_list_ko
    • NAS Volume name: Name of NAS volume
    • Requested volume capacity: NAS volume capacity that was requested when creating the volume.
    • Capacity assigned to volume: Capacity assigned to the NAS volume from the requested capacity
    • Capacity assigned to snapshot: Capacity assigned to the snapshot from the requested capacity
    • Status: Operational status of the created NAS volume
      • In creation: The NAS volume is being created with the information entered by the user
      • Running: The NAS volume has been created and is operated.
      • Setting: The NAS volume is being created with the information modified by the user
      • Terminating: The NAS volume is being deleted.
    • Created date and time: The date and time when the NAS volume was created
    • ZONE: The zone where the created NAS volume is located
    • Protocol: Type of the protocols supported by the NAS volume.
    • Snapshot settings: Snapshot setting status You can set by clicking i-nas_option (see snapshot settings)
    • Event settings: Event setting status You can set by clicking i-nas_view (see event settings)
    • NAS volume name (instance number): Name and unique instance number of the NAS volume
    • ACL setting servers: ACL setting servers that can access the volume and the number of servers set. Click i-nas_option to change settings. Click i-nas_view to check permissions.
    • Volume encryption: Volume encryption status selected when creating the NAS volume.
    • Volume Termination Protection: Volume termination protection status selected when creating the NAS volume. Click i-nas_option to view detailed information.
    • Mount information: Mount information given when creating the NAS volume
    • Memo: Memo written when creating the NAS volume Click the [Edit] button to edit.

Change storage

The following describes how to change the capacity of the created NAS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to change its capacity.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click Change capacity.
  5. Enter the volume capacity to change on the Volume setting pop-up window.
    • The default volume capacity ranges from 500 GB to 10,000 GB. Additions can be made in units of 100 GB.
  6. Click the [OK] button.

Set access control

The following describes how to change the access permission of the volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select an volume to change the access permission.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click the access control.
    • You can also click i-nas_option in the ACL setting server in NAS volume details.
  5. Select the server to add from the list of all servers in the access control pop-up window and click i-nas_right.
    • To delete a server, select the server from the list of ACL setting servers and click i-nas_left.
  6. Click the [OK] button.

Change CIFS authentication information

The following describes how to change the authentication information (password) to mount the CIFS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to change the CIFS authentication information.
  4. Click the [Set Volume] button and then click CIFS Authentication.
  5. Check the ID on the CIFS authentication information management pop-up window and enter a new password.
    • Should be composed of 8 to 14 characters including English letters, numbers, and some special characters (only !@%^&* are allowed).
    • The password similar to the access ID can't be used.
    • Space can't be used
    • Avoid using the same or consecutive letters or numbers in a row.
  6. Click the [OK] button.
Note
  • The access ID can't be changed.
  • You can reset the CIFS ID by sending an inquiry in Customer Support > Contact Us.
  • As the CIFS authentication information is applied within the region only, the change is not applied to other regions.

Snapshot settings

When a snapshot is set, the NAS volume can be restored using the data saved in the snapshot.

The following describes how to set the snapshot of the created NAS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to change its snapshot settings.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click Snapshot settings.
    • You can also click i-nas_option in Snapshot settings in NAS volume details.
  5. Select the snapshot setting status on the snapshot settings pop-up window.
  6. If you want to create a snapshot, select the snapshot assignment ratio.
    • The capacity requested for the snapshot is assigned in the requested NAS volume, and the capacity can be assigned in a ratio basis against the NAS volume capacity.
    • If you assign the snapshot creation capacity, the NAS volume capacity for data storage is reduced.
    • The existing snapshot may be deleted if you delete or edit data with a larger capacity than the set snapshot capacity. Therefore, set the snapshot capacity larger than that required for the deletion or editing task.
  7. Set the automatic snapshot creation cycle and click the [OK] button.
    • You can set the automatic snapshot creation cycle using the drop-down menu.
    • You can set the creation time if you select Daily.
    • You can set the creation day and time if you select Weekly
Note
  • If you do not set the automatic snapshot creation cycle, the corresponding NAS volume will appear in the Snapshot menu, but no snapshots will actually be created. Set the automatic snapshot creation cycle or select Create snapshot immediately in the Snapshot menu.
  • Up to seven snapshots, which are created according to the creation cycle, are stored. When there are more than 7 snapshots, the oldest snapshot is deleted.
  • The snapshots generated by the immediate creation feature are stored without limitations as long as the snapshot capacity allows. Refer to Create snapshot immediately for details about immediate snapshot creation.

Event settings

In case of event occurrence after setting the event, the event notification is sent to the person in charge.

The following describes how to set the event of the created NAS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to change its event settings.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click Event settings.
    • You can also click i-nas_view in the Event settings in NAS volume details.
  5. When the Monitoring screen is displayed, check the NAS volume to set the event and click the [Next] button.
  6. Click the [Add] button after entering the threshold and duration of the event to be set.
    • You can enter duration in 5 minute increments.
    • Events and notifications may be generated frequently if the threshold is set too low.
    • You can edit or delete the event after adding event settings by clicking the [Edit] or [Delete] button.
  7. Click the [Next] button.
  8. Click the [Add] button after selecting the person to be notified when the event occurs, along with the notification method.
    • You can delete the added item by clicking the [Delete] button.
  9. Click the [Next] button, check the settings and then, click the [OK] button.
  10. Click the [OK] button in the event settings completion pop-up window.

Monitoring

The following describes how to monitor the usage trend of the created NAS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to monitor.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click Monitoring.
  5. Specify the monitoring period and items in the monitoring pop-up window.
    • Click the [Refresh] button to start monitoring with a new search condition.
    • You can print the chart or download as a PNG/JPEG format image or a PDF file by clicking i-nas_more.
Note
  • The data collection cycle is displayed differently depending on the search period.
  • Events can be viewed in units of volume.

Set termination protection

You can set the termination protection feature for each volume to prevent the deletion of the NAS volume.

The following describes how to set the termination protection feature.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to set termination protection.
  4. Click the [Set volume] button and click Set termination protection.
    • You may also click i-nas_option of Volume termination protection in NAS volume list details.
  5. Click the [Yes] button in the Volume termination protection setting pop-up window.
    • To cancel termination protection setting, click the [Yes] button in the Volume termination protection cancellation pop-up window after performing step 1 to 4.

Delete NAS volume

The following describes how to delete a created NAS volume.

  1. Click the Services> Storage > NAS menus in order in the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Volume menu.
  3. Select the NAS volume to delete, and then click the Delete [NAS volume] button.
  4. NAS Click the [Delete] button in the Delete NAS volume pop-up window.

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