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Deleting the disaster recovery vFiler unit

You can delete the disaster recovery vFiler unit at any time after setting it up.

Step

  1. On the destination storage system, enter the following command:
    vfiler dr delete source_vfiler@source_filer

    Example

    To remove a disaster recovery vFiler unit on the destination storage system "StorageSystem 2" created for a vFiler unit "vfiler1" on the source storage system "StorageSystem1", even if SnapMirror errors exists, enter the following command on "StorageSystem 2":

    vfiler dr delete -f vfiler1@StorageSystem1

Result

Before removing the disaster recovery vFiler unit, the vfiler dr delete command removes all SnapMirror relationships, and any other configuration information related to the disaster recovery vFiler unit, from the source vFiler unit.

If any errors are detected in the SnapMirror relationships, the deletion of the vFiler unit is canceled. To ignore SnapMirror errors and remove the disaster recovery vFiler unit, you can use the -f option available in the vfiler dr delete command.