6 Replies Latest reply: Dec 11, 2013 1:16 AM by mauro RSS

How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?

mauro
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I've moved a snapvault secondary volume bck_usr_02 from filer naitsede05 to naitsede06.

This volume is also a source for a snapmirror relationship

 

The dataset id is 18780

 

The old snapmirror relationship was removed by dfm and the new was correctly discovered. (relationship id 39135)

The old snapvault relationship still remains as "deleted" and the new relationship was not discovered..

 

C:\Windows\system32>dfpm relationships list -a|findstr usr02

 

Relationship Id Relationship Type    Dataset Id Dataset Name         Source                                   Destination                              Deleted

--------------- -------------------- ---------- -------------------- ---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- ------- ------------ -------- ------ ---------

 

          18904 snapvault                     0                      naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02          naitsede05:/bck_hq_usr02/usr02           Yes

 

          19099 snapvault                     0                      naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/-              naitsede05:/bck_hq_usr02/cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02 Yes
          19868 volume_snapmirror             0                      naitsede05:/bck_hq_usr02                 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02_old             Yes

 

          39098 volume_snapmirror             0                      naitsede05:/bck_hq_usr02                 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02                 Yes

 

          39135 volume_snapmirror         18780 cifs_hq_usr          naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02                 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02                 No

 

I think to discover the new relationship i must delete these relationships id (18904, 19099,19868, 39098) that are associated to dataset id 0 !!!

 

Here are the current relationships on filer:

snapvault status

naitsede01:/vol/vol_hq_usr_02/-                                              naitsede06:/vol/bck_hq_usr02/cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02   Snapvaulted19:50:00   Idle
naitsede01:/vol/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02                                          naitsede06:/vol/bck_hq_usr02/usr02                              Snapvaulted19:49:30   Idle

 

 

How do I remove these "deleted relationships" from DFM?

 

many thanks,

Mauro

  • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
    mauro
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    now i removed old snaps on primary volume referred to old relationship:

     

     

    naitsede01>snap list vol_hq_usr_02

    Volume vol_hq_usr_02

    working...

     

      %/used       %/total  date          name

    ----------  ----------  ------------  --------

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 12:39  naitsede06(1574357593)_bck_hq_usr02_usr02-src.5 (snapvault)

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 12:39  naitsede06(1574357593)_bck_hq_usr02_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02-src.5 (snapvault)

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 12:00  2013-11-28_1200+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 10:00  2013-11-28_1000+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 08:00  2013-11-28_0800+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 06:01  2013-11-28_0600+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 04:01  2013-11-28_0400+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 02:00  2013-11-28_0200+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 00:00  2013-11-28_0000+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 22:00  2013-11-27_2200+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 21:00  2013-11-27_2100+0100_daily_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 20:00  2013-11-27_2000+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 18:00  2013-11-27_1800+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 16:00  2013-11-27_1600+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:38  naitsede06(1574357593)_bck_hq_usr02_usr02-src.0 (snapvault)

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:00  2013-11-27_1400+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

    0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 12:08  dfpm_base(cifs_hq_usr.18780)conn1.1 (snapvault)

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 12:00  2013-11-27_1200+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 10:08  dfpm_base(cifs_hq_usr.18780)conn1.2

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 10:00  2013-11-27_1000+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

    0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 08:08  dfpm_base(cifs_hq_usr.18780)conn1.3 (snapvault)

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 08:00  2013-11-27_0800+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

      0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 06:00  2013-11-27_0600+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02_.-.usr02

    • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
      mauro
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      and old snaps from secondary SV (and primary SM)

       

      naitsede06> snap list bck_hq_usr02

      Volume bck_hq_usr02

      working......

       

        %/used       %/total  date          name

      ----------  ----------  ------------  --------

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 28 12:43  naitsede06(1574357593)_bck_hq_usr02-base.1 (busy,snapvault)

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:41  naitsleo2(0151737392)_repl_hq_usr02.1 (snapmirror)

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:39  naitsede06(1574357593)_bck_hq_usr02-base.0 (snapvault)

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:16  2013-11-27_1400+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede05_bck_hq_usr02_.-.cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02.usr02

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:16  naitsede05(1574746754)_bck_hq_usr02-base.7095

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 14:11  naitsede05(1574746754)_bck_hq_usr02-base.7094

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 12:32  2013-11-27_1200+0100_hourly_cifs_hq_usr_naitsede05_bck_hq_usr02_.-.cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02.usr02

        0% ( 0%)    0% ( 0%)  Nov 27 12:25  naitsede05(1574746754)_bck_hq_usr02-base.7093

      • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
        mauro
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        C:\Windows\system32>dfpm dataset list -l 18780 |findstr usr02

               158 naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02                              18780 cifs_hq_usr          qtree      \\naitsede01\usr02$

             39096 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02                                     18780 cifs_hq_usr          volume     naitsede06:/vol/bck_hq_usr02

             39105 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02/usr02                               18780 cifs_hq_usr          qtree      \\naitsede06\usr02$

             39106 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02/cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02      18780 cifs_hq_usr          qtree

             39133 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02                                     18780 cifs_hq_usr          volume     naitsleo2:/vol/repl_hq_usr02

             39173 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02/usr02                               18780 cifs_hq_usr          qtree

             39174 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02/cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vol_hq_usr_02      18780 cifs_hq_usr          qtree

  • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
    borisaelen
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    Hi Mauro,

     

    I have exactly the same problem.

    I saw you already opened a thread about this before (https://communities.netapp.com/thread/23061)  which was answered with the suggestion to open a case.

    What for solution did that give?

     

    I have the same problem. if I check the svmon.log file I see:

    "or source system name reported by the destination system SnapVault status not found in the list of known backup relationships while undeleting the SnapVault relationship.:"

     

    I will now log a case but if you did find a way around this problem please let me know.

     

    Kind Regards,

    Boris

    • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
      mauro
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      support have suggested to me to run "dfm purge" command to eliminate "dirty entries" in the database.

       

       

       

      After remove deleted relationships from db, the new (undiscovered for now) relationship should be finally discovered.

      • Re: How do I remove "deleted relationships" in DFM?
        mauro
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        After dfmpurge  https://kb.netapp.com/library/CUSTOMER/DFMPurgeTool/DFMPurgeTool_v1.2.pdf  , all deleted relationships have disappeared.

         

        Then we need to execute some other commands to "discover" the new relationship:

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfbm secondary volume add naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02

         

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfbm primary dir add naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/-

        Error: There is no secondary volume named 'naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02'.

         

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfbm primary dir add naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02

        Started job 71016 to create backup relationship between naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 and naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02.

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfpm relationships list -a |findstr usr02

                  39135 volume_snapmirror         18780 cifs_hq_usr naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02 No

         

                  39494 snapvault 18780 cifs_hq_usr naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02/usr02 No

         

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfbm primary dir add naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/-

        Started job 71017 to create backup relationship between naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 and naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/-.

         

         

        C:\Windows\system32>dfpm relationships list -a |findstr usr02

                  39135 volume_snapmirror         18780 cifs_hq_usr naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02 naitsleo2:/repl_hq_usr02 No

         

                  39494 snapvault 18780 cifs_hq_usr naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/usr02 naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02/usr02 No

         

                  39495 snapvault 18780 cifs_hq_usr naitsede01:/vol_hq_usr_02/- naitsede06:/bck_hq_usr02/cifs_hq_usr_naitsede01_vo

        l_hq_usr_02 No

         

         

        That's OK!!

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