Deleting cluster peer relationships

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You can use System Manager to delete a cluster peer relationship if the relationship is no longer required. You must delete the cluster peering relationship from each of the clusters in the peer relationship.

  1. Click Configuration > Cluster Peers.

  2. Select the cluster peer for which you want to delete the relationship, and then click Delete.

  3. Select the confirmation check box, and then click Delete.

  4. Log in to the remote cluster, and perform Steps 1 through 3 to delete the peer relationship between the local cluster and the remote cluster.

    The status of the peer relationship is displayed as “unhealthy” until the relationship is deleted from both the local cluster and the remote cluster.