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Likely Hazaeds when replication is stopped on a SAN

 
Shyna
Frequent Advisor

Likely Hazaeds when replication is stopped on a SAN

Hello,

I just want to know the likely hazards when replication is stopped from one site to the other because of a job has to be done on a server and what is the time frame to stop the replication and resume back between two sites?

Thank you
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sreekanthtm
Trusted Contributor

Re: Likely Hazaeds when replication is stopped on a SAN

Hi,

> Which storage array you are using?
> Which method you are using? ( snapshot, snapclone etc).

Rgds,
Sreekanth.
Shyna
Frequent Advisor

Re: Likely Hazaeds when replication is stopped on a SAN

EVA 5000 and snapshot.

Thanks
sreekanthtm
Trusted Contributor

Re: Likely Hazaeds when replication is stopped on a SAN

Hi,

>>EVA 5000 and snapshot
snapshot is really fast to establish. You can stop the replication, when nobody is using the snapshot volume. I mean stop all I/O to the snapshot volume and then you can break the replication.

Once you complete the activity, you can create the snapshot again.

>>what is the time frame to stop the replication and resume back between two sites

Don't do this activity @ peak hours...

Rgds,
Sreekanth.