I ran into a scenario today where I needed to delete a volume that was busted, which normally sounds simple. However, being a lab system, nothing is EVER simple. The issue that I ran into was that I couldn't delete the volume because clones had been created from its' snapshots. What's worse is that I didn't have any way of determining the names of the cloned volumes without going through the entire array volume list and checking each volume's parent. Here's a PowerShell script that I threw together that leverages Plink (part of Putty) to connect to the array and parse volumes and their parents, if any, producing a lineage. Note: the sanjose.bat file that I use contains the Plink command as follows, I just like having it contained in the array name so I can instantly reference the array by name and then just type a string with the Nimble command I want to run such as: sanjose "vol --list". Copy and modify at will. Also, I'm not really a PowerShell guy (exhibited by my use of semicolons to end lines <g>) so improvements are greatly welcome as I went for function to get the job done.