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You can delete clones if you find them no longer necessary.
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A clone that has been cloned again cannot be deleted. For example, if the production database db1 is cloned to db1_clone1 and subsequently cloned to db1_clone2, and you decide that you want to delete db1_clone1, you must first delete db1_clone2, and then delete db1_clone1
In the left navigation pane, click Resources, and then select the appropriate plug-in from the list.
In the Resources page, either select the resource or resource group from the View drop-down list.
Select the resource or resource group from the list.
The resource or the resource group topology page is displayed.
From the Manage Copies view, select Clones either from the primary or secondary (mirrored or replicated) storage systems.
Select the clone, and then click .
If you are deleting SAP HANA database clones, in the Delete Clone page, perform the following actions:
In the Pre clone delete field, enter the commands that should be run before deleting the clone.
In the Unmount field, enter the command to unmount the clone before deleting the clone.
After you finish
Sometimes the file systems are not deleted. You must increase the value of the CLONE_DELETE_DELAY parameter by running the following command:
|The CLONE_DELETE_DELAY parameter specifies the number of seconds to wait after completing the deletion of application clone and before starting the deletion of file system.|
After modifying the value of the parameter, restart the SnapCenter Plug-in Loader (SPL) service.