Snapmirror failed to update while giving the error replication transfer failed to complete.
I have checked everything on both source and destination.It is s VSM relationship and space,hosts entry,ontap version,snapmirror.conf entry,host access are not the issues.
I am not able to telnet filer to filer on 10566 to check port status.
Data ONTAP Release 8.1.2P4 7-Mode --------Destination
Data ONTAP Release 7.3.7P3 -------------------Source
Can you please check snapmirror.allow file .. both snapmirror source and entries should be there on that file. Please ask your network team to check the ports between 10565-10569.
Also please paste the below commands output.
snapmirror status -l <destination volume name>
Below is the output:
Mirror Timestamp: Sat Jan 14 23:22:47 GMT 2017
Base Snapshot: HORLWHDSGF01(0118057313)_HOROFS02.248
Current Transfer Type: Update
Current Transfer Error: replication transfer failed to complete
Last Transfer Type: Scheduled
Last Transfer Size: 62076 KB
Last Transfer Duration: 00:01:09
Last Transfer From: HORSMHDSGF02-SV:HOROFS02
Transfer was going on previously.Don't know if ports are not open and why.
Anyway to do filer to filer telnet?
we are using snapmirror.access host option so no allow file configured.
Thanks in advance
This issue is only for some volumes but for other volumes snapmirror is working fine.
This is for the same filer.How can this be possible if ports are not open
Can you please send me the outputs of below commands(both source and destination).
df -h volumename
snapmirror status -l destination volume name
snap list volume name
I will look in to them and will try to help you.
Everything looks good and well maintained man. Can you please send me the logs of snapmirror.
rdfile /etc/log/snapmirror on both source and destination.
and also please send the output
From your snapmirror destinations out put, i am seeing two same destinations for same volume. Please look at the below output.
This might be the problem. Some one tried to create a one more snapmirror relationship for the same source and destination. Please use the below command to check which is the actual transfer.
snapmirror destinations -s <volume name>
I dont know how this came up.
This is the current output.
HORSMHDSGF02> snapmirror destinations
Please try to follow the below process. sometime snapmirrors will be in hung state.
and please try manual transfer. It might work in your case. I have tried this when i am in IBM.