Is there a command line way to rename a LUN in Ontap 9.8P10?
I saw the solution from 2012 in this forum but it doesn't work:
hostname::> lun move /vol/vol_test06_vol/vol_test06_lun /vol/vol_test06_vol/yoda_test06_lun
Error: "/vol/vol_test06_vol/vol_test06_lun" is not a recognized command
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And the real command is here:
This command moves a LUN to a new path in the same volume or renames a LUN
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I think you're missing a few parts of the command. Here's what I did in my 9.8 lab:
WOPR::> lun move start -vserver Storage_iSCSI -source-path /vol/testvol/testlun.lun -destination-path /vol/testvol/newlun.lunFollowing LUN moves have been started:"Storage_iSCSI:/vol/testvol/testlun.lun" move to "Storage_iSCSI:/vol/testvol/newlun.lun"
Worked like a charm. Thanks!
I think this is the url you wanted buddy? that just took me to the man pages over all.
Yeah. Sure. The “new” docs site doesn’t have that cool link feature anymore. Cutting and pasting on the phone just sticks
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