The following table gives the information you need to supply when you use the snapdrive storage disconnect command:
|Based on the command you enter, you can remove mappings from any of the following:
The value you enter for the file_spec argument must identify the storage entity you are disconnecting.
|A LUN (-lun)||lun_name (long or short form)|
Disk group (-dg file_spec) or volume group (-vg file_spec)
|name of the disk or volume group|
|File system (-fs file_spec)||filesystem_name|
Host volume (-hostvol file_spec) or logical volume (-lvol file_spec)
|name of the host or logical volume|
If you want SnapDrive for UNIX to disconnect the storage you specify even if you include at the command prompt a host-side entity that has other entities (such as a disk group that has one or more host volumes), include the -full option at the command prompt.
If you do not include this option, you must specify only empty host-side entities.
|If you want to disable a node or a host cluster from sharing a file system|
|Optional: Specifies the type of file system and volume manager to be used for SnapDrive for UNIX operations.|