Create SnapMirror Policy dialog box
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The Create SnapMirror Policy dialog box enables you to create a policy to set the priority for SnapMirror transfers. You use policies to maximize the efficiency of transfers from the source to the destination.
The name of the cluster you selected in the SnapMirror tab of the Configure Protection dialog box.
The name of the SVM you selected in the SnapMirror tab of the Configure Protection dialog box.
The name you provide for the new policy. Policy names can consist of the characters A through Z, a through z, 0 through 9, period (.), hyphen (-), and underscore (_).
The priority at which a transfer runs for asynchronous operations. You can select either Normal or Low. Transfer relationships with policies that specify a normal transfer priority run before those with policies that specify a low transfer priority.
An optional field in which you can add comments about the policy.
Indicates what restart action to take when a transfer is interrupted by an abort operation or any type of failure, such as a network outage. You can select one of the following:
Specifies that a new Snapshot copy is created before restarting a transfer, then, if one exists, the transfer is restarted from a checkpoint, followed by an incremental transfer from the newly created Snapshot copy.
Specifies that interrupted transfers are never restarted.
The command buttons enable you to perform the following tasks:
Discards the selections and closes the Configure Protection dialog box.
Applies your selections and begins the protection process.