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How to perform a VASA Provider Disaster Recovery

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Applies to

NetApp VASA Provider Software for VMware version 6.2 and above

Description

If the VASA Provider virtual appliance has been lost, rendered inaccessible, or otherwise non-functional, it might be necessary to perform a VP Disaster Recovery.

VVOL metadata is stored with the VVOL objects resident in Data ONTAP. The recovery commands allow the VASA Provider to reload this metadata into its database. 

 

 

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