Cluster administrators and Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) administrators have different privileges for creating, managing, and assigning policies to mirror and SnapVault relationships.
Cluster administrators can do the following:
For cluster-wide policies, the vserver parameter contains the cluster name. For SVM-wide policies, the vserver parameter contains the SVM name.
SVM administrators can do the following:
Policies created by an SVM administrator are automatically configured with the SVM name in the vserver parameter.
Although SVM administrators can view cluster-wide policies, they cannot modify or delete them. SVM administrators can view only the SVM-wide policies that were created within the SVM on which the snapmirror policy show command is executed.
SVM administrators cannot access SVM-wide policies of another SVM.