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Showing the status of a particular load-sharing mirror

You can show the status of a particular load-sharing mirror if you are uncertain of its state. For example, you might want to check the status of a load-sharing mirror if you are synchronizing it with other load-sharing mirrors in a set and you want to know whether Data ONTAP is done synchronizing.

Step

  1. Use the snapmirror show command to show the status of a particular load-sharing mirror.
    Example
    The following example shows the relationship for the load-sharing mirror named dept_eng_ls_mirror2.
    cluster1::> snapmirror show -fields status -destination-volume dept_eng_ls_mirror2
    		
    source-path          destination-path                    status
    -------------------- ----------------------------------- ------
    clus1://vs1/dept_eng clus1://vs1/dept_eng_ls_mirror2     Idle
    
    Note: You can use one or more snapmirror show command options to show specific information about a load-sharing mirror relationship. See the man page for more information.