Asynchronous remote mirroring
This chapter describes the basic characteristics, options, and available interfaces for asynchronous remote mirroring. It also includes step-by-step procedures for setting up, running, and removing the mirror.
Asynchronous mirroring is the volume or consistency group synchronization attained through a periodic, recurring activity that takes a snapshot of a designated source and updates a designated target with differences between that snapshot and the last-replicated version of the source. Unlike other implementations, ...

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