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Anyone know how to do this? I don't see a -snapshotpolicy field in update-ncvol
I tried using a template, but the object returned does not have an volumesnapshotattributes object.
I also tried $cmd2 = "volume modify -vserver $svm -volume $volname -snapshot-policy none -confirm $false" invoke-ncssh $cmd2
I need to change snapshot policies on a volume, but I can't figure this one out
I'm pretty sure I saw something written by Steven Beam somewhere which I used, but can't remember where.
Anyway, this is an extract of one of my WFA commands which should indicate how it works:
$VOLquery = Get-NcVol -TemplateInitialize-NcObjectProperty -Object $VOLquery -Name VolumeIdAttributes
$VOLquery.VolumeIdAttributes.OwningVserverName = $VserverName
$VOLattrs = Get-NcVol -TemplateInitialize-NcObjectProperty -Object $VOLattrs -Name VolumeSnapshotAttributes
$VOLquery.VolumeIdAttributes.Name = $VolName$VOLattrs.VolumeSnapshotAttributes.SnapshotPolicy = $SnapshotPolicy
Update-NcVol -Query $VOLquery -Attributes $VOLattrs
Hope it helps.
Thanks - just what I needed
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