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SnapMirror Source SVM does not start after rebooting the cluster

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • SnapMirrorDisaster Recovery(DR)

Issue

  • SnapMirror source vserver (SVM) does not start after rebooting the cluster for maintenance outage etc.
  • The following message appears when "vserver start" command is performed.

Example:

Failed to start Vserver "svm1" because the management configuration for this Vserver is locked. Starting a locked Vserver can cause data access issues.To start the Vserver specify "-force".

 

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