You should be aware of certain considerations when working with load-sharing mirrors.
If the snapmirror create command fails, wait 10 seconds and retry the command.
Data ONTAP routes NFSv4 clients to the source of the load-sharing mirror for direct read and write access.
However, when a read-write volume has a load-sharing mirror, client requests are directed to the mirror only after the mirror has been initialized (has a Snapshot copy exported to clients for read-only access). As a result, it might take several minutes before client requests are directed to a newly created load-sharing mirror.
If a client requires read-write access to a read-write volume that has one or more load-sharing mirrors, you must mount it through the /. admin link at the root of the virtual server.
If you do not, newly written data on the source volume will not be visible to clients unless they access the source volume through the /. admin link.