Manipulating Affinity Tags (cvaffinity)
command to assign an affinity tag to a folder or a file or to list the
affinity tag assigned to a folder or a file.
Assigning an affinity tag to a folder or file causes it to be stored on a storage pool that
has the same affinity tag. You can see the affinity tags for available storage pools by
command of the
To set an affinity tag for a folder or file:
$ cvaffinity -s affinity target
To list the affinity tag assigned to a folder or file:
$ cvaffinity -l target
To delete the affinity tag from a folder or file:
$ cvaffinity -d target
The affinity tag that’s assigned to the storage
pools where you want the target folder or file to
The path to and name of the folder or file.
Using the Command Line