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Enthusiast
Enthusiast

Deleting all linked clones in View doesn't delete any files on VSAN datastore!

this is boggling our minds as it is such a basic operation that it should simply work.

but when delete all VM's from a pool in connection server (Horizon view 6) we seem them disappear from vcenter but the connection server says it's a problem VM because it is missing. once gone in vcenter we look at the vsan datastore and all directories are still there! when we try to redeply the pool we get all kinds of crazy errors (because the files already exist..)

does anybody have any idea what is going on here? basic operations like this shouldn't be a problem for vsan should it??

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Contributor
Contributor

I'm having serious issues here. nobody seen this before? any help greatly appreciated!

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VMware Employee
VMware Employee

I haven't tried View 6 on VSAN, but if this is the behaviour you are experiencing, please file a service request and get it investigated.

http://cormachogan.com
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User Moderator
User Moderator

Does the user configured have enough rights to remove files?

// Linjo

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