The Snapshot feature allows you to create point-in-time images of storage array volumes to use for backup or testing.

What are snapshot images?

A snapshot image is a logical copy of volume data, captured at a particular point-in-time. Like a restore point, snapshot images allow you to roll back to a known good data set. Although the host can access the snapshot image, it cannot directly read or write to it.

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How do I create snapshots?

You can manually create a snapshot image from a base volume or snapshot consistency group. This procedure is available from Storage  Snapshots.

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How do I roll back data from a snapshot?

A rollback is the process of returning data in a base volume to a previous point in time. You can roll back snapshot data from Storage  Snapshots.

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