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How to delete a Load-Sharing Mirror volume due to inconsistency

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Applies to

  • Clustered Data ONTAP

Description

  • A Loadshareing mirror destination volume goes offline and inconsistent, causing the storage to panic. 
  • Attempts to destroy the SnapMirror relationship and the volume all fail with errors.

::*> snapmirror release -destination-path svm1:svm1_root_ls2 -force true
Error: command failed: Source information for relationship with destination "svm1:svm1_root_ls2" not found. (entry doesn't exist)


::*> snapmirror break -destination-path svm1:svm1_root_ls2 -force true
Error: command failed: snapmirror break is not allowed for destination fas3220-2n-rtp-4://svm1/svm1_root_ls2 in a load-sharing relationship.

 

 

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