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We moved a volume yesterday and now on the Node shell the volume has (1) at the end of it.

S-Sahu

We moved a volume yesterday and now on the Node shell the volume has (1) at the end of it.  On the Cluster shell it is looks normal and nothing has changed.  Rotork want to rename this back to the original name in the node shell, but the command suggested in the above article doesn’t work. 

 

Used the below KB: 

 

https://kb.netapp.com/Advice_and_Troubleshooting/Data_Storage_Software/ONTAP_OS/Why_do_volume_names_have_(1)_appended_to_the_end_of_them_after_they_ar...

 

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Re: We moved a volume yesterday and now on the Node shell the volume has (1) at the end of it.

hmoubara

Hello,

 

Per the Kb you mentioned, you should be able to run the command listed at the cluster level.

You will need to rename the volume to a different name then rename it to the original name in able to get rid of the (1) appended to it.

 For example:

Original volume name is test.

After moving it it is called "test" at the cluster level but "test(1)" at the node level.

 

Cluster::> vol rename -vserver <vserver name> -vol test -newname test2

Cluster::> vol rename -vserver <vserver name> -vol test2 -newname test

 

Once complete you can verify by running the below command:

 

Cluster::> vol show -vserver <vservername>

CLuster::> system node run -node <nodename> -command "vol status"

 

Thanks 

 

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