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Deleting a reallocation scan schedule

You can delete an existing reallocation scan schedule that is defined for a LUN, a file, a volume, or an aggregate. If you delete a schedule, the scan runs according to the interval that you specified when you initially defined the scan using the reallocate start command or the reallocate start -A command.

About this task

A file or LUN reallocation scan is not automatically deleted when you delete its corresponding file or a LUN. A volume or aggregate reallocation scan is automatically deleted when you delete its corresponding volume or aggregate.

Step

  1. Enter the following command:
    reallocate schedule -d pathname | aggr_name

    pathname is the path to the LUN, file, or volume on which you want to delete a reallocation scan schedule.

    aggr_name is the name of the aggregate on which you want to delete a reallocation scan schedule.

    Example

    reallocate schedule -d /vol/myvol/lun1
    reallocate schedule -d my_aggr