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FlexGroup Snapmirror fails with "relationship with destination is in progress"

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Applies to

  • ONTAP 9
  • SnapMirror
  • FlexGroup

Issue

snapmirror updatre fail with below reasion.

cluster::> snapmirror show -instance

Source Path: Source:source_vol
Destination Path: Dest:dest_vol
Relationship Type: XDP
Relationship Group Type: flexgroup
SnapMirror Schedule: hourly
SnapMirror Policy Type: mirror-vault
SnapMirror Policy: policy
Tries Limit: -
Throttle (KB/sec): unlimited
Mirror State: Snapmirrored
Relationship Status: Idle
File Restore File Count: -
File Restore File List: -
Transfer Snapshot: -
Snapshot Progress: -
Total Progress: -
Percent Complete for Current Status: -
Network Compression Ratio: -
Snapshot Checkpoint: -
Newest Snapshot: snapmirror.snapshotname
Newest Snapshot Timestamp: 03/13 19:05:27
Exported Snapshot: snapmirror.snapshotname
Exported Snapshot Timestamp: 03/13 19:05:27
Healthy: false
Unhealthy Reason: Scheduled update failed to start. (Modification of relationship with destination "svmname:volname" is in progress. Wait a few minutes and try the command again.)
Destination Volume Node: nodename
Relationship ID: 234a1fcd-3590-11ed-bb6d-d039ea334302
Current Operation ID: -
Transfer Type: -
Transfer Error: -
Current Throttle: -
Current Transfer Priority: -
Last Transfer Type: update
Last Transfer Error: Transfer aborted.
Last Transfer Size: -
Last Transfer Network Compression Ratio: -
Last Transfer Duration: -
Last Transfer From: nodename:volname
Last Transfer End Timestamp: 03/13 19:08:04

 

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