In the NAS console, you can perform multiple operations on mount points. These operations include viewing a list of mount points, deleting a mount point, modifying the permission group of a mount point, disabling a mount point, and enabling a mount point.

Prerequisites

Before operating a mount point, you must perform the following actions:
  1. Log on to the NAS console.
  2. Create a file systemCreate at least one file system.
  3. Add a mount pointAdd at least one mount point to a file system.

View a list of mount points

On the File System List page, click the name of a file system to open the File System Details page. On the File System Details page, you can manage mount points in the Mount Point section. You can perform multiple actions, such as adding a mount point, modifying the permission group of a mount point, enabling or disabling a mount point, and deleting a mount point.

Add a mount point

You can add one or more mount points to a file system. For more information, see Add a mount point.

Enable or disable a mount point

You can click Disable next to a mount point to prevent a client from accessing the mount point, or click Activate to enable access.

Delete a mount point

You can click Delete next to a mount point to delete the mount point. You cannot restore a deleted mount point.

Note Before deleting a VPC, you must remove all mount points located in the VPC.

Modify the permission group of a mount point

You must bind a permission group to each mount point. ECS instances whose IP addresses are added to the permission group of a mount point are allowed to access the mount point. You can click Modify Permission Group next to a mount point to modify the permission group of the mount point.

Note The process of modifying the permission group requires up to one minute.