This procedure relies on the following assumptions:
Your cluster is operational.
You have prepared the cluster by performing the steps in How to Prepare the Cluster for Network Appliance NAS Device Maintenance.
You have removed any device directories from the cluster by performing the steps in How to Remove Network Appliance NAS Directories From a Cluster.
When you remove the device from cluster configuration, the data on the device is not available to the cluster. Ensure that other shared storage in the cluster can continue to serve the data when the NAS device is removed
# scnas -r -h myfiler
Remove the device from cluster configuration
Is the name of the NAS device you are removing
For more information about the scnas command, see the scnas(1M) man page.
Confirm that the device has been removed from the cluster.
# scnas -p