Hello, I'm not sure if this question may have been asked before. I'm trying to perform some cleanup on an HNAS file system and I was trying to get rid of an NFS virtual volume. I'm able to remove the export but not get rid of the volume itself because some time back, I created a data migration path so when the volume/filesystem reached a certain threshold, some of the data would go to another filesystem (sort of like creating a link to a unix filesystem that is out of space, all new writes go to the link).
The message I get when trying to get rid of the data migration path is "Error deleting migration path for file system "CIFS_NFS_FS10", virtual volume "/vol/us_nishome3": Migration path cannot be changed when already used". I no longer need this NFS volume. I've been able to remove the policy/schedule and data migration rule but not the migration path.
What's the best way to perform the clean up?