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Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

In 7-Mode I could stop snapmirror with

 

snapmirror off

 

How is this acheived in CDOT?

 

Going down into the node level there is the option

 

snapmirror.enable

 

But it doesn't seem to make a difference if it is on or off at this point.

 

Can anyone advise?

Re: Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

system node run -node * -command options snapmirror.enable off

Re: Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

As I said I have already tried this command at the node level it doesn't work.

 

NETAPP-01::> system node run -node * -command options snapmirror.enable
2 entries were acted on.

Node: NETAPP-Node1
snapmirror.enable            off

Node: NETAPP-Node2

snapmirror.enable            off

 

 

 

Re: Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

Upgrade guide suggests "snapmirror quiesce". You probably can use wildcards, like in "snapmirror quiesce *", to suspend all relationships in all SVMs.

Re: Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

maybe delete the peer relationship?

 

Re: Temporary stop of snapmirror in CDOT

Hi,

 

You need to run the floowing command from the destination of the snapmirror

 

snapmirror quiesce *

 

To stop the snapmirror replications on all SVM's or replace the * with the specific SVM you're looking to stop replication on.

 

Te resume use

 

snapmirror resume *

 

srom the same cluster (the destination of the snapmirror)

 

An example of where I've used this would be during DR tests where you want to pause replication during network isolation of a specific site.