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Re-enabling deduplication and compression on disabled destination volume after Snapmirror update

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9.x
  • SnapMirror


  1. Between the execution of the first snapmirror update or resync and the second snapmirror update or resync,
  2. Making changes to the destination volume's settings, such as toggling volume efficiency from off to on and then off,
  3. Running a Snapmirror update detects AFS divergence and triggers a SnapRestore to re-enable the volume efficiency settings.

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