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Restoring a volume in a vault relationship

You can use System Manager to restore Snapshot copies to a source or other volumes if the source data is corrupted and is no longer usable. You can replace the original data with the Snapshot copies in the destination volume.

Before you begin

About this task


  1. Expand the Storage Virtual Machines hierarchy in the left navigation pane.
  2. In the navigation pane, select the SVM, and click Protection.
  3. In the right pane, click the vault relationship, and then click Operations > Restore.
  4. In the Restore dialog box, restore the data to the source volume in the vault relationship or select any other volume:
    If you want to restore to... Do the following...
    The source volume
    1. Select Source volume.
    2. Go to Step 7.
    Any other volume Select Other volume, and select the cluster and SVM from the list.
  5. Restore the data to a new volume or select any existing volume:
    If you want to... Do the following...
    Create a new volume If you want to change the default name, displayed in the format destination_SVM_name_destination_volume_name_ restore, specify a new name and select the containing aggregate for the volume.
    Select an existing volume Select the Select Volume option.

    You must select a volume other than the source volume, or a read/write volume with some data in it and with a common Snapshot copy.

    Only those volumes with the same language attribute as the source volume are listed.

  6. Select the latest Snapshot copy or select the specific Snapshot copy that you want to restore.
  7. Select the confirmation check box to restore the volume from the Snapshot copy.
  8. Optional: Select the Enable Network Compression check box to compress the data that is being transferred during the restore operation.
  9. Click Restore.