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How to clean up snapmirrors after DR volume or aggregate loss

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Snapmirror
ONTAP 9

Description

When the DR (destination) volume for snapmirror is lost due to aggregate failure or other reason, the snapmirror relationship may still exist and must be removed.
  • In this circumstance, the snapmirror delete command may be unsuccessful.
  • Manual removal of the relationship may be necessary if snapmirror delete fails.
  • The snapmirror release command, applied to the source cluster, should still succeed.
 
 
 

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