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Do CVS API commands take effect immediately?

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • CVS

Answer

  • No.
    • Changes made via the CVS API require time to be transmitted to and executed on the ONTAP cluster
  • example
    • user uses the CVS API to modify an export policy such that no clients can access volume.
      • immediately afterward, clients can still access the volume
      • 30 seconds later, clients cannot access the volume

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