1. Create a new SVM (SVMcl1) on cluster1 and add a LIF to the SVM: 192.168.0.200
2. Add a 500MB volume (cl1data) to the SVM with junction-path: /data
3. Add an export-policy with a rule for the CentOS VM: (192.168.0.10)
Connect the policy to the SVMcl1 root-volume and data-volume
Enable NFS for SVMcl1
4. Create a new directory on CentOS to be used as an NFS mountpoint: /svmdata
Mount 192.168.0.200:/data /svmdata
5. On CentOS: copy all files from /var/log to /svmdata.
6. Create a new SVM (SVMcl2) on cluster2 and add a Lif to the SVM: 192.168.0.201
7. Add a 500MB volume to the SVM. The VolumeType should be DP: mirdata
You cannot mount the volume because its type is DP.
Add an export-policy with a rule for the CentOS VM: (192.168.0.10)
8. Set up a peering relationship between SVMcl1 and SVMcl2.
In a previous exercise you already created a peering relationship between
the two clusters.
9. Create a snapmirror relationship between SVMcl1:data and SVMcl2:mirdata. Type: DP.
10. Initialize the relationship.
11. Make sure the snapmirror update runs every 5 minutes.
12. Mount SVMcl2:mirdata to junction-path /mirdata
13. On CentOS: create a mountpoint (/svmmirdata) and mount the mirdata volume to /svmmirdata
You should see the files you copied in task 5.
14. On CentOS: copy /etc/hosts to /mirdata.
This should fail.
15. Break the snapmirror relationship.
16. On CentOS: copy /etc/hosts to /mirdata.
This should succeed.
17. reverse the snapmirror relationship.