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FusionStorage V100R006C30 Block Storage Service Disaster Recovery Feature Guide 03

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Deleting a Consistency Group

Deleting a Consistency Group


If you do not need to use a configured remote replication consistency group, you can delete the remote replication consistency group.


  • You have created a remote replication consistency group.
  • If health status of the consistency group is normal, you need to remove all remote replication pairs from the consistency group.
  • If health status of the consistency group is abnormal, only local deletion is allowed. You do not need to remove the remote replication pairs from the consistency group.


    1. In FusionStorage Block Self-Maintenance Platform, choose DR Service > dr. On the DR Cluster page, at the row where the cluster resides, click Manage Remote Replication, and select Consistency Group Management.

      The Consistency Group Management page is displayed.

    2. In the operation column of the consistency group to be deleted, choose More > Delete.

      A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

      Locally delete: When a consistency group is invalid or faulty, you can delete it locally. When a remote replication pair exists in a consistency group, the remote replication pair will be removed from the consistency group after the remote replication pair is deleted locally.

    3. Confirm the consistency group to be deleted and click Delete.
    4. Split the remote replication pair as prompted.
Updated: 2019-01-17

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