Remove synchronous mirror relationship
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- Pools and volume groups
- Volumes and workloads
- Hosts and host clusters
- Hardware components
- Access management
- Unified Manager
- System Manager
You remove a mirrored pair to remove the mirror relationship from the primary volume on the local storage array and the secondary volume on the remote storage array.
You can also remove a mirrored pair to correct an orphaned mirrored pair state. Review the following information about orphaned mirrored pairs:
An orphaned mirrored pair exists when a member volume has been removed on one side (local/remote) but not on the other side.
Orphaned mirrored pairs are detected when inter-array communication is restored.
Select Storage › Synchronous Mirroring.
Select the mirrored pair that you want to remove, and then select the Uncommon Tasks › Remove.
The Remove Mirror Relationship dialog box appears.
Confirm that you want to remove the mirrored pair, and then click Remove.
System Manager performs the following actions:
Removes the mirror relationship from the mirrored pair on the local storage array and on the remote storage array.
Returns the primary volume and the secondary volume to host-accessible, non-mirrored volumes.
Updates the Synchronous Mirroring tile with the removal of the synchronous mirrored pair.