There are two methods of releasing a SnapVault relationship between a primary qtree and its secondary qtree backup (originally defined through the snapvault start command) after the relationship is no longer needed.
About this task
You can release SnapVault
relationships in the following scenarios:
- On a primary storage system, as a part of shutting down a SnapVault relationship after a snapvault stop command was completed on the secondary storage system.
- On the secondary storage system, after data is restored to a primary storage system and you do not want to reactivate the backup relationship between the primary and secondary qtrees.
- On a primary storage system console, enter the following command:snapvault release prim_qtree_path sec_system:sec_qtree_path
- On the secondary storage system console, enter the following command:snapvault release sec_qtree_path prim_system:prim_qtree_path
systemB> snapvault release /vol/sv_vol/qtree3 systemA:/vol/vol1/qtree3