Managing existing volumes

You can manage existing volumes as your storage needs change. You can view, edit, clone, restore, and delete volumes.

Steps

  1. On the Working Environments page, double-click the ONTAP Cloud working environment on which you want to manage volumes.
  2. Manage your volumes:
    Task Action
    View information about a volume Select a volume, and then click Info.
    Edit a volume (read-write volumes only)
    1. Select a volume, and then click Edit.
    2. Modify the volume's Snapshot policy, NFS access control list, or share permissions, and then click Update.
    Clone a volume
    1. Select a volume, and then click Clone.
    2. Modify the clone name as needed, and then click Clone.

    This process creates a FlexClone volume. To learn about FlexClone volumes, see the ONTAP 9 Logical Storage Management Guide .

    Restore data from a Snapshot copy to a new volume
    1. Select a volume, and then click Restore from Snapshot copy.
    2. Select a Snapshot copy, enter a name for the new volume, and then click Restore.
    Get the NFS mount command
    1. Select a volume, and then click Mount Command.
    2. Click Copy.
    Change the underlying disk type
    1. Select a volume, and then click Change Underlying Disk Type.
    2. Select the AWS disk type, and then click Change.
    Note: Cloud Manager moves the volume to an existing aggregate that uses the selected disk type or it creates a new aggregate for the volume.
    Enable or disable sync to S3 for a volume Select a volume and then click Sync to S3 or Delete Sync Relationship.
    Note: The sync to S3 feature must be enabled before you can use these options.
    Delete a volume
    1. Select a volume, and then click Delete.
    2. Click Delete again to confirm.