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Displaying information about SVM peer relationships

Peer Storage Virtual Machines (SVMs) are fully functional SVMs which could be either local or remote. Cluster administrators and SVM administrators can view the peers of the SVM to set up peering applications such as SnapMirror between volumes of the peer SVMs by using the vserver peer show command.

About this task

You can also view the status of the SVM peer relationships and the applications running on the peer relationship.

Step

  1. Use the appropriate command to view the details of SVM peer relationships:
    If you want to view information about... Enter the following command...
    Peered SVMs and the peer state vserver peer show

    The following example shows how to view the information about the peered Storage Virtual Machines (SVMs, formerly known as Vservers):

    cluster1::> vserver peer show
    
                      Peer               Peer
    Vserver           Vserver            State
    -----------       -----------        ------------
    vs1.example0.com  vs3.example0.com   peered
    vs1.example0.com  vs5.example0.com   rejected
    2 entries were displayed.
    The applications running on the SVM peer relationship vserver peer show-all

    The following example shows how to view the information about the peered SVMs:

    cluster1::> vserver peer show-all
    
                      Peer              Peer                   Peering
    Vserver           Vserver           State    Peer Cluster  Applications
    -----------      -----------        -------- -----------  ----------
    vs1.example0.com  vs5.example0.com  peered    cluster2    snapmirror
    For more information about this command, see the man pages.