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"volume efficiency start" command fails with error "Cannot perform efficiency operations on deprioritized volume"

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Applies to

ONTAP 9

Issue

  • When running "volume efficiency start", command fails with the following error.

Example:

Error: command failed: Failed to start efficiency on volume "volume_name" of Vserver "vserver_name": Cannot perform efficiency operations on deprioritized volume.

To be able to perform efficiency operations, run "volume efficiency promote" command first.

  • But when running "volume efficiency promote" command as suggested, it reports the following error.

Example:

Error: "promote" is not a recognized command

 

 

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