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Why is QoS policy 'None' hidden under 'Custom' during volume provisioning?

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ONTAP System Manager (OSM)

Answer

Allow QoS default to be 'None' in the dropdown itself, instead of going to 'Custom' and then selecting 'None'.

Additional Information

Try It

In 9.8 > storage >volume > PERFORMANCE SERVICE LEVEL (PSL) > Value to Custom > Change  > Existing > None

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