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Select the snapshot and then select Link. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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75 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. The target device should also be in a Storage Group to perform the Link operation. For our example we have created a Storage Group named uni_tgtvx and added the target device to it. The procedure is the same as discussed earlier to create SG for the source device. We select the Select existing target storage group in the wizard. This lists the candidate target SGs for the link operation. Note that if a Storage Group is a part of a Masking View, it will not be displayed in the list. This is to ensure that users do not accidentally select devices that are actively in use and corrupt the data. We can select Run Now from the drop- down to link the snapshot to the target. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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76 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. The list now shows that the snapshot has linked target. Other SnapVX operations can be performed by selecting the snapshot name and then selecting “>>”. From this list, we can choose the operation we want to perform. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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77 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. This demo covers performing TimeFinder SnapVX replication of a VMFS Datastore using Unisphere for VMAX and VMware vSphere client. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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78 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. This lesson covered performing TimeFinder SnapVX operations using Unisphere for VMAX. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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79 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. This module covered TimeFinder SnapVX local replication technology on VMAX3 arrays. Concepts, terminology, and operational details of creating snapshots and presenting them to target hosts were discussed. Performing TimeFinder SnapVX operations using SYMCLI and Unisphere for VMAX were presented. Use of TimeFinder SnapVX for replication in a virtualized environment was also presented. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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80 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. TimeFinder SnapVX Operations
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1 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. This module focuses on SRDF operations in synchronous mode. Use of SYMCLI and Unisphere for VMAX to perform SRDF operations are presented in detail. Methods for performing DR operations in a virtualized environment for both VMFS datastore and RDM use cases are discussed. SRDF/Synchronous Operations
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2 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. This lesson covers initial SRDF setup operations. Creating dynamic RDF groups and RDF pairs using SYMCLI is presented in detail. Basic SRDF operations are also discussed. SRDF/Synchronous Operations
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3 Copyright 2015 EMC Corporation. All rights reserved. SRDF groups define the relationships between the local SRDF director/ports and the corresponding remote SRDF director/ports. Any device that has been configured as an SRDF device must be assigned to an SRDF group. Storage Administrators can dynamically create SRDF groups and assign them to Fibre Channel directors or GbE directors. SRDF groups are
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