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Operating Systems Solaris Remove the zfs snapshot keeping the original volume and clone Post 302341904 by fugitive on Friday 7th of August 2009 01:13:06 AM
Old 08-07-2009
Code:
2009-08-05.03:03:56 zfs snapshot newpool/ldom2/zdisk4@bootimg
2009-08-05.03:08:03 zfs clone newpool/ldom2/zdisk4@bootimg newpool/ldom2/zdisk0

Above are the 2 commands which i used for snapshot and cloning.

Last edited by Yogesh Sawant; 08-07-2009 at 05:55 AM.. Reason: added code tags
 

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ql-hba-snapshot(8)					       System Administration						ql-hba-snapshot(8)

NAME
ql-hba-snapshot - display specific information of the QLogic HBA. SYNOPSIS
ql-hba-snapshot <Host number> [OPTIONS] DESCRIPTION
FC HBA Snapshot Utility This utility displays the details of the QLogic HBA attached to the system. It uses one of the two file systems for scanning: proc or sysfs. <Host number> | <-a/--all> [optional] Provide the <HOST NUMBER> to display the detailed information of the HBA. With no option specified, general information of all hosts will be displayed. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot <Host Number> # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --procfs <Host Number> (For procfs) -h, --help Prints the help message. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --help -hl, --hostlist This option displays the list of QLogic hosts (HBAs) connected to this system. The <HOST NUMBER> can be obtained by using following command Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --hostlist -p, --parameters This option displays the command line parameters that can be passed to the QLogic HBA driver. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --parameters <Host Number> -s, --statistics This option displays the statistical information for specified host. Stastics option is only supported in "sysfs" based scan. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --statistics <Host number/--all> -proc, --procfs This options forces the the utility to scans information based on "procfs", instead of default sysfs. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snap- shot --procfs [Other valid option] -v, --verbose This enables verbose display. The detailed information of LUNs will be displayed in addition to standard one. This option is only supported in sysfs. Ex. # /usr/sbin/ql-hba-snapshot --verbose <Host number/-a> SEE ALSO
ql-dynamic-tgt-lun-disc(8), ql-lun-state-online(8), ql-set-cmd-timeout(8) Matthias Schmitz <;matthias@sigxcpu.org> July 2009 ql-hba-snapshot(8)

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