Adding annotations manually to individual storage objects
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You can manually annotate selected volumes, clusters, and SVMs without using annotation rules. You can annotate a single storage object or multiple storage objects, and specify the required name-value pair combination for the annotation.
What you'll need
You must have the Application Administrator or Storage Administrator role.
Navigate to the storage objects you want to annotate:
To add annotation to… Do this…
Click Storage > Clusters.
Select one or more clusters.
Click Storage > Volumes.
Select one or more volumes.
Click Storage > SVMs.
Select one or more SVMs.
Click Annotate and select a name-value pair.