I created a cifs share with
cifs shares -add test /vol/flexvol0
by default it has
everyone full control.
how do I remove this and add a specific group in AD?
so i was able to create a clone for a volume flexvol0 with some stuff in it
vol clone create flexclone0 -b flexvol0
now that i have create a clone volume, I tried to offline flexvol0 which is fine.
but I was not able to delete it. why is that? it says busy or it has a clone
also with my flexvol0 offline, I see flexclone0 is online but how do I access that? flexclone0 should have the same data as flexvol0.
That's because the cloned volume is based on a snapshot within flexvol0: https://now.netapp.com/NOW/knowledge/docs/ontap/rel7351/html/ontap/smg/GUID-0AA71756-9214-4C45-BF05-6DDAA9C97259.html
If you want to delete flexvol0 then you have to split off your cloned volume first: https://now.netapp.com/NOW/knowledge/docs/ontap/rel7351/html/ontap/smg/GUID-574A2A95-8D42-449A-ABC9-7A1E9F6EC716.html
/vol/flexclone0 will contain data exactly as it was when the snapshot you based it on was created but you need to create CIFS shares or NFS exports on the volume for it to be accessed. If shares/exports have been cloned along with the volume then you would have multiple shares/exports with the same name.
ok thanks but what is the purpose of making a volume clone? since I have both snapshots running for flexvol0 and flexclone0, I dont see a need to restore flexvol0 from flexclone0 right?
what can i do with the flexclone0 volume?
There are a number of good reasons to use FlexClones, as long as the guidelines and best practices are followed: