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Figure 5-166 Suspend
As Figure 5-167 displays the session status has once again changed to Severe and the state
of the copy set is
Suspended.
Figure 5-167 Suspended session
Now that the copy sets in the session are in the suspended state we issue the Recover
command again as shown in Figure 5-168 on page 190. On the right-hand side under the
Timestamp column the H1-H2 role pair now has a time stamp.
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Figure 5-168 Recover
Once the status changes to Normal and the state to Target Available as we can see in
Figure 5-169 the volumes in the H1- H2 copy set are now in a data consistent state. As such
the Failback process is now essentially complete.
Figure 5-169 Recover result
Next we can Terminate the session as we see in Figure 5-170 on page 191. Select the
Terminate command and then click the Go button.
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Figure 5-170 Terminate the Global Mirror session
The result of the Terminate command is shown in Figure 5-171. As we can see the session is
now
Inactive as indicated by the grey dot.
Figure 5-171 Terminate result
To check out the cleanup you can connect to the Copy Services Server on the ESS and use
the LSS information panel to list whether sessions are still active as shown in Figure 5-172 on
page 192.

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