volume file privileged-delete
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Perform a privileged-delete operation on unexpired WORM files on a SnapLock enterprise volume
Availability: This command is available to cluster and Vserver administrators at the admin privilege level.
The ` volume file privileged-delete ` command is used to perform a privileged-delete operation on unexpired WORM files on a SnapLock enterprise volume. The only built-in role that has access to the command is
-vserver <vserver name>- Vserver
Specifies the Vserver which hosts the SnapLock enterprise volume.
-file </vol/<volume name>/<file path>>- File Path
Specifies the absolute path of the file to be deleted. The value begins with /vol/<volumename>.
The following example deletes the unexpired WORM file
"/vol/vol1/wormfile" . The file wormfile is stored in volume vol1 under Vserver
vserver1::> volume file privileged-delete -file /vol/vol1/wormfile [Job 76] Job succeeded: Privileged-delete of File "vs1:/vol/sle_vol1/wormfile" Completed.