Change the status of a volume with System Manager - ONTAP 9.7 and earlier
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You can use ONTAP System Manager classic (available in ONTAP 9.7 and earlier) to change the status of a FlexVol volume when you want to take a volume offline, bring a volume back online, or restrict access to a volume.
If you want a volume to be the target of a volume copy operation or a SnapMirror replication operation, the volume must be in the restricted state.
If you want to take a NAS volume offline, the NAS volume must be unmounted.
You can take a volume offline to perform maintenance on the volume, to move the volume, or to destroy the volume. When a volume is offline, the volume is unavailable for read or write access by clients. You cannot take a root volume offline.
Click Storage > Volumes.
From the drop-down menu in the SVM field, select All SVMs.
Select the volume for which you want to modify the status.
From the More Actions > Change status to menu, select the required volume status.
Click Ok in the confirmation dialog box to change the volume status.