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Version: 2.1

Create a tenant sharing

Create a share server and share its volumes using NFS/CIFS with others VM on the same network#


  • upload manila-service-image-master.qcow2 to /var/support or usb drive
  • import with cli fs_import
    HOSTNAME> imageHOSTNAME:image> fs_import1: usb2: localEnter index: 21: manila-service-image-master.qcow2

Create a Share network#

Navigate to Project > Share > Share Networks > + CREATE SHARE NETWORK#



Create a Share - tenant share type#

Navigate to Project > Share > Shares > + CREATE SHARE#


  • Create a share protocol NFS or cifs
  • Share Size = 10GB
  • Share Type = tenant_share_type
  • Share network = share_network


Create a Rules#

Click on the dropdown button from Actions and select manage rules#


add rule#


Enter the IP address of VM#


Get the shared link#

Navigate to Project > Share > Shares and click the "Share Name"#


Copy the Links#


Mount the share on VM#

ssh to your instances#

❯ ssh [email protected]Warning: Permanently added '' (ECDSA) to the list of known hosts.Welcome to Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS (GNU/Linux 4.15.0-66-generic x86_64)
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*** System restart required ***Last login: Mon Nov 30 03:41:30 2020 from[email protected]:~$

[optional-ubuntu] install nfs-common#

[email protected]:~$ sudo apt install nfs-common -y

create a folder#

[email protected]:~$ mkdir nfs-share

mount up#

[email protected]:~$ sudo mount -t nfs nfs-share/

check connectivity#

[email protected]:~$ ls nfs-share/lost+found[email protected]:~$ touch nfs-share/[email protected]:~$ ls nfs-share/  lost+found[email protected]:~$
Last updated on by Roy Tan