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Modifying the peering application on an SVM peer relationship

A cluster administrator can modify an SVM peering application running on the SVM peer relationship by using the vserver peer modify command. The SVM peering relationship can have SnapMirror, FileCopy, or no application.

About this task

The SVM peer relationship must have peering application as snapmirror for all SnapMirror operations between the peered SVMs or file-copy for all the FileCopy related operations between the peered SVMs.

Steps

  1. Use the vserver peer modify command to modify the application on the SVM peer relationship.
    Example
    The following command modifies the application on the SVM peer relationship:
    cluster2::>vserver peer modify -vserver vs4.example.com -peer-vserver vs0.example.com -applications snapmirror        
    
    Warning: The following applications were enabled between Vserver "vs4.example.com" and peer Vserver "vs0.example.com": file-copy, snapmirror. The following applications will be removed: file-copy. Any operations related to the removed application in the context of this Vserver peer relationship will be disabled.
    Do you want to continue? {y|n}: y
    
    Info: 'vserver peer modify' command is successful.
  2. Use the vserver peer show-all to view the applications running on the SVM peer relationship.
    Example
    The following command displays the applications running on the SVM peer relationship:
    cluster2::> vserver peer show-all 
                                                           
    Vserver            Vserver           State      Peer Cluster   Applications
    -----------        -----------       -------    ------------  ------------
    vs4.example1.com   vs0.example1.com  peered     cluster2        snapmirror