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Deleting a cluster peering relationship

You can delete a cluster peering relationship if the relationship is no longer needed. You must delete the cluster peering relationship from each of the clusters in the relationship.

Before you begin

All Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) peer relationships between the two cluster peers must have been deleted.

About this task

This procedure assumes that you are the administrator of only one of the clusters in the cluster peering relationship.

Steps

  1. Delete the cluster peering relationship from the cluster of which you are the administrator by using the cluster peer delete command.
    Example
    The following example deletes the cluster peering relationship with the cluster2 cluster from the cluster1 cluster:
    cluster1::> cluster peer delete -cluster cluster2  
  2. Ask the administrator of the other cluster to delete the cluster peering relationship from the other cluster by using the cluster peer delete command.
    Example
    The following example deletes the cluster peering relationship with the cluster1 cluster from the cluster2 cluster:
    cluster2::> cluster peer delete -cluster cluster1