I wanted to delete the SVM with root volume only but, after it has been renamed :
I followed following steps:
1. I created one SVM
2. Renamed it
3. Trying to delete root volume of renamed SVM
when I am trying to delete root volume, the filter for Vserver is not working when I am serching by name.
Hi Kailas, you can do this in the CLI pretty easily, just make sure you do it to a vserver that you no longer need as all settings will be destroyed and delete!!
For example vserver name = myvserver
::> volume offline -vserver myvserver -volume myvserver_rootvol
::> volume delete -vserver myvserver -volume myvserver_rootvol
::> vserver delete -vserver myvserver
You can then go back into the gui and refresh your svm list and it should be gone.
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