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Deleting the destination SVM

If the SVM disaster recovery relationship between the source and destination SVMs is no longer required, then you must delete the destination SVM because the same destination SVM must not be part of any other SVM disaster recovery relationship.

Steps

  1. Break the SVM disaster recovery relationship between the source and destination SVMs by using the snapmirror break command.
  2. Delete the SVM disaster recovery relationship by using the snapmirror delete command.
  3. Release the SVM disaster recovery relationship by using the snapmirror release command.
  4. Delete the SVM peer relationship by using the vserver peer delete command.
  5. If the SVM contains LUNs, unmap the LUNs, take them offline, and delete them.
  6. Unmount all the volumes, take them offline, and delete them including the SVM root volume.
  7. Stop the destination SVM by using the vserver stop command.
  8. Delete the destination SVM by using the vserver delete command.