If you delete a software RAID device, it ends the RAID relationship, and it destroys the NSS file structure on member partitions. All data is lost. Make sure to back up your data or move it to another location before deleting the software RAID device.
IMPORTANT:Deleting a single-segmented NSS RAID1 device which is part of a NSS pool from iManager deletes the pool and all underlying partitions of the pool. To delete such a RAID1 device and attach the segment directly to the pool, use NSSMU.
NOTE:Only the RAID1 device gets deleted and no data is lost under the following scenarios:
When the RAID1 device has only one segment and if the device is consumed by a pool, deleting the RAID1 device deletes only the device. The segment is directly attached to the pool.
When the RAID1 device has only one segment and if the device is an SBD mirror, deleting the RAID1 device deletes only the mirror. The mirror's segment becomes the SBD partition.
In iManager, click.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.5, Accessing Roles and Tasks in iManager.
Select a server in the eDirectory tree where you are logged in.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.6, Selecting a Server to Manage.
Make sure that there is no I/O for the volumes on the RAID device by deactivating the volume.
Select the volumes in the RAID device you want to delete.
Select a device in thelist.