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Devices backing volume do not support UNMAP

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Applies to

  • VMware ESXi 5.x and later
  • ONTAP9
  • ONTAP 8.1 and later

Issue

When performing a ESXi UNMAP from the ESX CLI, you get the following error:

[root@esxi:~] esxcli storage core device vaai status get -d naa.6006016094602800e07ff528b73ae011
naa.6006016094602800e07ff528b73ae011
    VAAI Plugin Name: VMW_VAAIP_NETAPP
    ATS Status: supported
    Clone Status: supported
    Zero Status: supported
    Delete Status: unsupported
[root@esxi:~] esxcli storage vmfs unmap -l Datastore_Name 
Devices backing volume <uuid> do not support UNMAP

 

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