Stopping the volume clone or LUN clone split operation

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You can stop the clone split for a volume clone or LUN clone using the job ID or file specification.

Steps
  1. Enter the following command:

    snapdrive clone split stop [-lun] long_lun_name [long_lun_name…​] |[{-dg | -vg | -fs | -hostvol | -lvol} file_spec [file_spec…​]] | [-job <jobid>]

    SnapDrive for UNIX stops the clone split stop operation that is in progress.

The following example shows the clone split operation that is stopped by using the file specification.

# snapdrive clone split stop -fs /mnt/my_mnt4 /mnt/my_mnt3
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt4" is 0% Completed and Stopped.
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt3" is 0% Completed and Stopped.

The following example shows the clone split operation that is stopped by using the job ID.

# snapdrive clone split stop -job B265Dbv8gh
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt3" is 14% Completed and Stopped.
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt4" is 17% Completed and Stopped.

The following example is a typical output that shows the clone split stop operation for a file specification that is already stopped.

# snapdrive clone split stop -fs /mnt/my_mnt4 /mnt/my_mnt3
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt3" is not stopped : No split is in progress for this resource
Clone-Split for "/mnt/my_mnt4" is not stopped : No split is in progress for this resource
Note
  • If the clone split is stopped for a particular file specification in the job id and the clone split stop is successful, then file specification is removed from the job.

  • If the clone split is stopped for a job, and the clone split stop is successful for all the file specification in the job, the job is removed from the job set.