Change the volume settings for a snapshot volume
You can change the settings for a snapshot volume or snapshot consistency group snapshot volume to rename it, enable or disable SSD caching, or change the host, host cluster, or logical unit number (LUN) assignment.
Click the Snapshot Volumes tab.
Select the snapshot volume that you want to change, and then click View/Edit Settings.
The Snapshot Volume Settings dialog box appears.
View or edit the settings for the snapshot volume as appropriate.
You can change the name for the snapshot volume.
You can change the host or host cluster assignment for the snapshot volume.
You can change the LUN assignment for the snapshot volume.
You can enable/disable read-only caching on solid state disks (SSDs).
You can view the snapshot images associated with the snapshot volume. A snapshot image is a logical copy of volume data, captured at a particular point-in-time. Like a restore point, snapshot images allow you to roll back to a known good data set. Although the host can access the snapshot image, it cannot directly read or write to it.
You can view the base volume associated with the snapshot volume. A base volume is the source from which a snapshot image is created. It can be a thick or thin volume and is typically assigned to a host. The base volume can reside in either a volume group or disk pool.
You can view the snapshot group associated with the snapshot volume. A snapshot group is a collection of snapshot images from a single base volume.