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Snapmirror Abort - Error: command failed: Job failed: No transfer to abort

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Applies to

Ontap 7mode

Clustered Ontap

SnapMirror

Replication

Data Protection

Description

Snapmirror Abort operation launches the abort job; the abort job subsequently fails.

Snapmirror abort can fail if there is not any current transfer to abort.  

Example Error:

rr-dst::> snapmirror abort -destination-path rr-dst://vs2/dpvol -foreground true
[Job 188] Job is queued: snapmirror abort for the relationship with destination rr-dst://vs2/dpvol.

Error: command failed: [Job 188] Job failed: No transfer to abort.

 

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