Table of ContentsView in Frames

States of SVM peer relationships

SVM peer relationships can be in different states depending on the operation performed on the SVM peer relationship. You must be aware of the states of the SVM peer relationship to perform other operations such as SnapMirror data transfer between peered SVMs.

The following table lists the different states of an SVM peer relationship and helps you understand when an SVM peer relationship is in a particular state:
SVM peer relationship is in... When...
initializing state on the local cluster
  • The local cluster is communicating with the peer cluster for initializing the SVM peer relationship
initiated state on the local cluster

pending state on the peered cluster

  • An intercluster SVM peer relationship is requested from the local cluster
peered state on the local and peered clusters
  • An intercluster SVM peer relationship is accepted from the peered cluster
  • An intracluster SVM peer relationship is established
  • An intercluster or intracluster SVM peer relationship is resumed
rejected state on the local cluster
  • An intercluster SVM peer relationship is rejected from the peered cluster
suspended state on the local and peered clusters
  • An intercluster or intracluster SVM peer relationship is suspended from the local or peered cluster