Use the Delete option to permanently remove one or more selected pool snapshots from the server. Deleting a pool snapshot removes the ownership of the space it occupied, freeing the space for reassignment. For guidelines, see Guidelines for Deleting Pool Snapshots.
IMPORTANT:Delete the oldest snapshot first in a first-created, first-deleted manner.
In iManager, click.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.3, Accessing Roles and Tasks in iManager.
In the server field on thepage, select a server to manage to view a list of its pools.
For instructions, see Section 9.1.4, Selecting a Server to Manage.
If the pool that has snapshots you want to manage is not active, select the pool from thelist, then click .
If a pool snapshot for the selected pool is currently online, do the following to offline the pool snapshot:
If the snapshot volumes for the pool snapshot are currently mounted, go to thepage, select the mounted snapshot volumes, then click .
On thepage, select the pool snapshot from the list, then click .
On thepage, select the active pool from the list that has snapshots you want to manage, then click to go to the page.
IMPORTANT:If the selected pool is a online pool snapshot, theoption is not available. Select the original pool instead.
In thelist, select one or more snapshots that you want to delete.
Click, then click to confirm the delete.
For NSS pool snapshots on OES 2 Linux, you can use NSSMU for Linux to delete snapshots.
Open a terminal console, then log in as the root user.
At the terminal console prompt, enter
If the pool that has snapshots you want to manage is not active, selectfrom the main menu, select the pool, then press F7 to activate the pool.
In NSSMU, click.
If the pool snapshot you want to delete is currently online, select the pool snapshot from thelist, the press F7 to dismount the pool.
Select the pool snapshot that you want to delete from thelist, then press to delete the snapshot.
Clickto confirm the delete.