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snapshots auto-delete vol_name on option value / Want to know the right commands for keeping only a weeks worth and deleting the rest.

https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1196991/html/GUID-6653B102-E228-4D1E-82F1-AFF58FE144C5.html
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Do you want to delete them manually, or setup the filer, to take snapshots weekly ?

snap delete vol_name snapshot_name

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see here

https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1635994/html/GUID-8D6C53CE-57D2-4382-83E5-6F8A6911D058.html
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yes , but can that do so many on a weekly basis ? or percent of allotted space?
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do you require any further assistance ?
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