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Does moving volume reset inactivity period of blocks in ONTAP Tiering?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • Cloud Tiering

Answer

  • Yes, moving a volume to another local tier resets the inactivity period of blocks on the local tier.
  • For example, a volume using the Auto volume tiering policy with data on the local tier that has been inactive for 20 days has data inactivity reset to 0 days after a volume move.

Additional Information

Refer to FabricPool best practices regarding Cloud Tiering.
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