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volume efficiency revert-to

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Reverts volume efficiency metadata

Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the advanced privilege level.

Description

The volume efficiency revert-to command reverts the format of volume efficiency metadata for the volume to the given version of Data ONTAP. This command is not supported on FlexGroups.

Parameters

-vserver <vserver name> - Vserver Name

This specifies the Vserver on which the volume is located.

{ -volume <volume name> - Volume Name

This specifies the name of the volume for which volume efficiency metadata needs to be reverted.

| -path </vol/volume> - Volume Path }

This specifies the volume path for which volume efficiency metadata needs to be reverted.

[-version <revert version>] - Revert to Version

Specifies the version of Data ONTAP to which the volume efficiency metadata needs to be formatted.

[-d, -delete {true|false}] - Delete Existing Metafile on Revert

If set to true , this parameter specifies that the volume efficiency metadata be deleted instead of reverting its format. By default this parameter is set to false .

[-c, -clean-up {true|false}] - Delete Previously Downgraded Metafiles

If set to true , this parameter specifies that the volume efficiency metadata already reverted using volume efficiency revert-to ` be deleted. By default this parameter is set to `false .

[-revert-adaptive-compression {true|false}] - Downgrade to minor version

If set to true , this parameter Specifies that the volume efficiency metadata needs to be reverted to minor version of Data ONTAP. By default this parameter is set to false .

[-check-snapshot {true|false}] - Revert ignore snapshots

If set to false , this parameter specifies that the volume efficiency revert will not check for Snapshot copies created by previous releases of Data ONTAP. By default this parameter is set to true .

Examples

The following examples reverts volume efficiency metadata on a volume named vol1 located in vserver vs1 to version 8.3.

cluster1::> volume efficiency revert-to -vserver vs1 -volume vol1 -version 8.3
cluster1::> volume efficiency revert-to -vserver vs1 -path /vol/vol1 -version 8.3