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OceanStor BCManager 6.5.0 eReplication User Guide 02

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Clearing Test Data

Clearing Test Data

After a test is complete, you need to delete the test data generated on the disaster recovery (DR) system and restore the DR environment to facilitate future DR or planned migration.


  • You have logged in to the eReplication as a user with DR management permission.
  • The management system and DR environment at the DR site work correctly.
  • At least one recovery plan has been created in the system.
  • The recovery plan's status is Test completed, Test failed, or Clear failed.
  • Programs and files on the file systems have been closed before clearing is performed for protected groups of the file system type.
  • If storage devices, hosts or VMs on production site or DR site change, storage devices, hosts or VMs at the site where a protected group resides must be refreshed, for details, refer to Refreshing Resource Information.

If a datastore fails to be deleted during test data clearing, check whether non-DR VMs or disks exist on the data store. If VMs or disks are found, remove or delete them.


  1. On the menu bar, select Utilization > Data Recovery.
  2. Select the recovery plan for which you want to clear data and click More > Clear on the Operation list.
  3. Click OK.


After the clearing starts, you can view the execution process and result. If the clearing fails, solve the problem and clear data again.

Updated: 2019-05-21

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