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If a volume is deleted on the Vserver without unmounting the volume on the host system, the snapdrive storage show command displays the incorrect actual path

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If a volume is deleted on the Vserver without unmounting the volume on the host system, and when you execute snapdrive storage show -v command, the actual path is incorrect.

You might also experience the same when the volume is not junctioned on the Vserver. The following example show the incorrect actual path:

# snapdrive storage show -fs /mnt /file1 -v
NFS device: vs1:/vol_test1 mount point: /mnt
(non-persistent)
Protocol: NFS Actual Path:
vs1:/vol/roovol1/vol_test1