A cluster administrator can delete the Storage Virtual Machine (SVM) peer relationship by using the vserver peer delete command when the relationship between two SVMs is no longer required.
The SnapMirror relationship defined on the SVM peer relationship must be deleted.
If one of the peered clusters is running clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 or 8.2.1, then you must delete the SVM peer relationship from both the peered clusters.
You can delete multiple SVM peer relationships simultaneously either by using different SSH sessions or by using a script.
cluster1::> vserver peer delete -vserver vs1.example0.com -peer-vserver vs3.example0.com Info: [Job 47] 'vserver peer delete' job queued
cluster1::> vserver peer show Peer Peer Vserver Vserver State ----------- ----------- ------------ vs1.example0.com vs3.example0.com peered