Can GFS be mounted noexec, nosuid, or nodev?
Global File System (GFS) supports all standard Linux mount options as well as some additional mount options used by GFS. This includes the "noexec", "nosuid" and "nodev" options. Those options are specified the same way with GFS as with any other filesystem. In
/etc/fstab, you would see:
/dev/pool01 /gfs gfs defaults,nosuid,noatime,nodev 0 0
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