qos policy-group delete

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Delete an existing QoS Policy Group

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the admin privilege level.

Description

The qos policy-group delete command deletes a policy group from a cluster. You cannot delete a policy group if a qos workload associated with storage object is assigned to it unless you use "-force". Using "-force" will delete all the qos workloads for storage objects associated with the specified policy groups .

You can only delete user-defined policy groups. You cannot delete preset policy groups.

Parameters

-policy-group <text> - Policy Group Name

Specifies the name of the policy group that you want to delete.

[-force <true>] - Force Delete Workloads for the QoS Policy Group

Specifies whether to delete a policy group along with any underlying workloads.

Examples

cluster1::> qos policy-group delete p1

Deletes the "p1" policy group.

cluster1::> qos policy-group delete p1 -force

Deletes the "p1" policy group along with any underlying qos workloads.