I am trying to do a clean up of a SM destination Vserver DR SVM, and I have deleted the Peer relationship and volumes, and confirmed there is nothing listed for Transition.
However, this vserver DR was created on a CIFS SVM, and the SMB still can't be disabled becuase it says there is an active Verser DR relationship.
vserver peer show, vserver list-destinations, and vserver peer transitions show all show nothing for the SVM.
So at this point it appears that the CIFS server is locking the vserver, but I am having trouble finding where to disable this relationship. I would have assumed that deleting the peer relationship would have done it, but apparently not.
Yeah, I checked that. No SM snapshots, not destination listed for the SVM in question. The only volume left is the system volume, and I can't delete that either, and it won't let me turn off the CIFS service because it is locked by the Vserver DR peer relationship that doesn't exist anymore.
Thank you for your response, but that isn't the issue I am having.
I'm running on a secure, air gapped system, so I'll have to recreate the error after sanitizing it.
The issue with deleting the vserver is really secondary at this point becaus e the CIFS server instance is locked by a SVM mirror relationship that has been deleted.
Once I clear the CIFS server instance for deletion, bypassing the erroneous SMV mirror lock, I expect I will be able to delete the SVM... but as of right not I can't make changes to the CIFS server instance because it thinks it is part of a vserver DR mirror that no longer exists.