I am logged into an NX4 as root and I cannot delete a filesystem. First I couldn't delete the CIFS share to it. I would click OK to proceed and it would just flash the browser. I was able to unshare it by running mmc and adding computer management snap it and adding the cifs name for this NX4. So that is done.
I can't remove the NFS export for this file system. Same issue. Click OK to proceed. Otherwise click Cancel. Well I click OK and nothing happens.
I can't delete the filesystem itself. Same exact issue. Is there a way to do this via command line instead since Uni sphere seems buggy?
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look at "man server_export", there are example how to delete NFS/CIFS exports. As well as "man nas_fs" for instructions how to delete file system.
Whew, that all helped.
I don't know why the unisphere gui is so unresponsive. It didn't even give any warnings or errors. So here's the order I had to do...
server_export ALL -unexport -perm /vm3-sata-local
server_umount ALL -perm /vm3-sata-local
nas_fs -delete vm3-sata-local
I did try the Unisphere GUI after each step but it never worked. Commandline for the win!