What is the difference between 7-mode and cluster mode?
7-mode features two storage controllers, which are configured as a high availability (HA) pair. There is one controller at each site. The clustered mode has four controllers configured as two HA pairs, and there is one HA pair at each site. However, it also allows you to connect more pairs if needed.
What is TDP in SnapMirror?
Initialize or update of a Transition Data Protection (TDP) SnapMirror fails in ONTAP 9.6 or 9.7.
How do you get a SnapMirror relationship?
- Verify the cluster peer relationship and SVM peer relationship.
- Create the SnapMirror relationship (Beginning with ONTAP 9.3)
- Create the SnapMirror relationship (ONTAP 9.2 or earlier)
- Set up the destination SVM for data access.
- Monitor the status of SnapMirror data transfers.
What is NetApp cluster mode?
Cluster Mode NetApp is basically a grouping of multiple HA Pair Nodes. These nodes are interconnected via Inter-Cluster Switches that creates a cluster of nodes. There are three types of cluster mode. The first one is Single Node Cluster, Switchless Cluster, and Cluster with switches.
What is cluster in NetApp storage?
A cluster consists of one or more nodes grouped together as (HA pairs) to form a scalable cluster. Creating a cluster enables the nodes to pool their resources and distribute work across the cluster, while presenting administrators with a single entity to manage.
What is SnapMirror update?
The snapmirror update command updates the destination volume or non-Data ONTAP endpoint of a SnapMirror relationship. The snapmirror update command behaves differently for data protection (DP), extended data protection (XDP) and load-sharing (LS) relationships.
How do you break the SnapMirror relationship in netapp 7 mode?
- Activate the destination volume. Verify the status of the source volume. Break the SnapMirror relationship. Verify the destination volume status.
- Configure the destination volume for data access.
- Reactivate the source volume. Resynchronize the source volume. Update the source volume. Reactivate the source volume.