From the left navigation menu, select Data Protection and then Snapshots.
Open the Actions menu for the snapshot that you want to clone, and select Clone.
Complete the fields:
Enter a name for the snapshot clone.
Enabling this setting causes the snapshot data to be copied from the source to the destination after the clone is created. During the copying stage, read requests are directed to the source if the requested data is not yet copied. When the copying is complete, the clone becomes a regular directory.
If this setting is disabled, the snapshot data is not copied to the destination unless there is a request to read data from the clone.
The tenant on the local cluster to which you want to clone the snapshot.
The local path on the target tent where you want the clone to reside.
The clone is completed within a short time and becomes instantly available. The clone is manageable as a Global Snapshot Clone from the Global Snapshot Clones tab, and you can do the following actions:
Pause and resume background copying of data from the source snapshot to the clone (while it is in progress).
Stop the clone, while it is still in progress.
Remove the clone, when it is finished.
Use snapshot list to list local snapshots.
Use the snapshot clone command to create a clone.
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