You can use snapmirror commands to manage SVM disaster recovery relationships. You can specify the source and the destination SVMs as either paths or SVM names. If you want to specify the source and destination SVMs as paths, then the SVM name must be followed by a colon.
You can use the wildcard "*:" to perform an operation on all the SVM disaster recovery relationships in a cluster.
|If you want to...||Use this command...|
|Abort an active SnapMirror transfer||snapmirror abort
You must run this command on the destination cluster.
|Quiesce scheduled SnapMirror transfers||snapmirror quiesce|
|Enable scheduled SnapMirror transfers||snapmirror resume|
|Provide read/write data access from the destination SVM||snapmirror break|
|Delete the SVM disaster recovery relationship||snapmirror delete
If you delete and re-create the SnapMirror relationship when it is in the Snapmirrored state, the subsequent updates fail. You must resynchronize the relationship before updating it.
|Perform an incremental SnapMirror transfer||snapmirror update|
|Start a resynchronization operation||snapmirror resync|
|Unlock and manage the source SVM after a cluster reboot||vserver unlock -force|