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How to Delete the Remote Replication Configuration on the VIS6000?

Publication Date:  2012-07-19 Views:  101 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
There is remote replication configuration on the VIS. When the remote replication is interrupted or abnormal, the relevant remote replication configuration cannot be deleted on the ISM interface.
Alarm Information
None
Handling Process
Perform the following operations in the production center and disaster recovery center respectively:
Step 1  Run the root>hastatus –sum command to check the logowner status to see whether the remote replication configuration exists.
VIS CLI:root>hastatus -sum
This command may take a long time. Please wait...
-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System               State                Frozen             
A  VIS_7164_0           RUNNING              0                   
A  VIS_7164_1           RUNNING              0                   
-- GROUP STATE
-- Group           System               Probed     AutoDisabled    State         
B  RVGLogownerGrp_orarep VIS_7164_0           Y          N               ONLINE        
B  RVGLogownerGrp_orarep VIS_7164_1           Y          N               OFFLINE       
B  RVGSharedGrp_orarep VIS_7164_0           Y          N               ONLINE        
B  RVGSharedGrp_orarep VIS_7164_1           Y          N               ONLINE        
B  cvm             VIS_7164_0           Y          N               ONLINE        
B  cvm             VIS_7164_1           Y          N               ONLINE        
The RVGLogownerGrp_orarep is logowner, RVGSharedGrp_orarep is share disk group.
Step 2  Run the root>vxdelclustergroup RVGLogownerGrp_orarep command to delete the logowner.
Step 3  Run the root>vxdelclustergroup RVGSharedGrp_orarep command to delete the share disk group.
Step 4  Run the vxedit -g dg_name -rf rm rvg_name to delete the replication volume group. Parameter description: The dg_name parameter specifies the disk group of the RVG. The rvg_name parameter specifies the RVG name. After the command is executed, relevant volumes are deleted.
Step 5  Run the hastatus –sum command to check whether only the CVM resource is left. If yes, the remote replication configuration information is deleted.
The RVGLogownerGrp and RVGSharedGrp are deleted and only the CVM resource is left, shown as follows:
VIS CLI:root>hastatus -sum
This command may take a long time. Please wait...
-- SYSTEM STATE
-- System               State                Frozen             
A  VIS_7164_0           RUNNING              0                   
A  VIS_7164_1           RUNNING              0                   
-- GROUP STATE
-- Group           System               Probed     AutoDisabled    State         
B  cvm             VIS_7164_0           Y          N               ONLINE        
B  cvm             VIS_7164_1           Y          N               ONLINE    
Root Cause
The ISM functions are not comprehensive. Certain operations must be performed on the CLI.
Suggestions
None

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