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WFA Create SnapVault for Volumes NOT Qtrees

Hi all,

 

I'm looking for the command to set up a snapvault between primary volume and secondary volume on 7-Mode systems.

The certified command "Create SnapVault" works only based on Qtrees.

 

Has anyone already written this command?

 

Thanks in advance,

Chris

Re: WFA Create SnapVault for Volumes NOT Qtrees

In 7-mode snapvault is Only qtree based if you want to manage it via OCUM Protection manager.

 

If not, you can do vol/ - destination qtree

 

If you do NOT have any qtrees, you can use /-  to /-

 

 

Re: WFA Create SnapVault for Volumes NOT Qtrees

^^

In addition, in cDOT this has now become volume based with XDP replication, but thats another whole animal at this point

Re: WFA Create SnapVault for Volumes NOT Qtrees

Thanks JGPSHNTAP,

 

that works for me.

 

Chris

 

Re: WFA Create SnapVault for Volumes NOT Qtrees

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Hi JGPSHNTAP,

I'm sorry but your suggestion was not the solution for my problem.
In the command "Create SnapVault" I tried to use the finder for "primary qtree".

"Select one Qtree by its natural key"

Qtree Name: '/-'
Array IP: create_nfs_volume_existing_vfiler.array.ip
Volume Name: create_nfs_volume_existing_vfiler.name

Preview check:
Failed to resolve expression 'null'Location: 'Create SnapVault' command > 'SnapVault' tab > 'snapvault_existing_nfs' variable > 'primary_qtree' property

Any idea what's my fault?

Thanks,
Chris