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Why does OnCommand System Manager not offer seconds, minutes or hours for volume SnapLock retention period settings?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9.x
  • OnCommand System Manager
  • SnapLock

Answer

  • OnCommand System Manager only offers days, months and years for the retention settings of an SnapLock volume
  • Seconds minutes or hours are considered as too short for SnapLock retention period  
  • If needed seconds minutes or hours can be set via clustershell command