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Snapvault: Could not delete qtree: could not register source qtree information

WmGilbert

Good Morning,

 

I am not able to remove / delete a qtree from a secondary filer. I have tried:

snapvault stop -f netapp2:/vol/netapp1/data_1

 

I get Snapvault configuration for the qtree has been deleted.
Could not delete qtree: could not register source qtree information.

 

I think the problem lies in the fact that I have the following:

snapvault status

netapp1:/vol/data_1 netapp2:/vol/netapp1/data_1  Snapvaulted 5822:12:12 Quiescing
netapp1:/vol/data_1 netapp2:/vol/netapp1/data_1_new Snapvaulted 11:07:53 Idle

 

It seems that at sometime someone created two snapvault qtrees coming from the same filer / volume. I don't know how to remove the old qtree. The netapp2:/vol/netapp1/data_1_new is the one that is current and working properly. I need to remove the old qtree to free up some space.

 

Any help would be greatly appriciated.

Thank you.

 

2 REPLIES 2

RANJBASSI

Do you have snapmirrors associated with these snapvault jobs?

 

If you have try the following:

 

snapmirror release {srcpath} {dstfiler}:{dstpath}
in which {srcpath} and {dstpath} are
{volname} or {/vol/volname/qtreename}
- remove destinations

WmGilbert

We don't use Snapmirror. We can only use snapvault.

 

Thank you.

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