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Possible to change Snapmirror schedule on a vFiler DR

EvolutionXtinct
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Hello!

 

Was wondering if i could get some help, i've gone and deployed vFiler DR's using the OnCommand Manager plugin but now we have to go and mess w/ the snapmirror schedules as we are running out of slots for semi-sync.

 

I was wondering is there a way to recreate the schedule for the snapmirror without breaking the vFiler DR or causing a sync of data up to DR.

 

We are currently running Data ONTAP 8.1.3 in 7-Mode

 

Thanks!

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scottgelb
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It would be snapmirror.conf on the target system... where the dr vfiler is stopped and updating.  Did you check the target?

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scottgelb
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Yes.  Edit /etc/snapmirror.conf... or system manager update the schedule.  vfiler dr mirrors are handled by vfiler0, not in the vfiler itself, and use the snapmirror.conf file in vfiler0.

EvolutionXtinct
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I wish the snapmirrors were shown there but as soon as I make a vFiler DR the snapmirrors disappear from the snapmirror.conf. 

scottgelb
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Does "rdfile /etc/snapmirror.conf" show the entries?  It might just be masking them... unless Protection Manager is handling the scheduling.

EvolutionXtinct
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when i run rdfile /etc/snapmirror.conf I only get the snapmirror relationships that are outside the vFiler.

scottgelb
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It would be snapmirror.conf on the target system... where the dr vfiler is stopped and updating.  Did you check the target?

EvolutionXtinct
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Your right it was on the target system, I thought i had checked this SMH..... Thanks for helping me find it 🙂

scottgelb
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Very good... vFilers are fun.  I wrote the training labs for MultiStore years ago (Insight conference training)...don't get to touch them much anymore with almost everything cDOT in my world.

EvolutionXtinct
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We've never used Protection Manager that I know of, is that a additional component to install or is it a part of one of the other software suites? 

scottgelb
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It is part of the NetApp Management Console (NMC) that is downloaded from OnCommand Unified Manager (OpsManager/DFM).  It sounds like you have the windows oncommand plugin installed?

EvolutionXtinct
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Also i'm running System Manager 3.1.2RC2 but the snapmirrors can be quiesce'd or abort'd thats it.....

 

 

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