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Cannot delete volume / validate cluster health

Last Updated: Jun 05, 2018 04:04PM PDT
Question / Issue:

We have an Sandisk Fusion IO server in a HA pair. It was running fine for a long time. Now I've moved the devices, changed the management ips of the servers, renamed the cluster, upgraded the devices to 2.5.8. After those actions I got the message that the volumes were not in sync with its peer. I decided to recreate them but I can't remove the last volume on de device, because it says that it is in use


Answer / Solution:

Volumes are always linked to initiators or initiator groups. If there is an initiator assigned to the volume, you will not be able to delete the volume. You will need to remove all initiators from the volume before you can delete it

Result:
After deleting all initiators I was able to delete the volume. This has solved the issue.

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