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To change the name of a FlashCopy mapping, select the FlashCopy mapping in the
FlashCopy Mappings window and click the Rename Mapping option from the Actions
drop-down menu (Figure 11-35).
Figure 11-35 Rename a FlashCopy mapping
You need to enter your new name for the FlashCopy mapping (Figure 11-36). Click Rename
Figure 11-36 Enter a new name for the FlashCopy mapping
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Deleting a FlashCopy mapping
The FlashCopy mapping can be deleted by selecting the FlashCopy target volume in the
FlashCopy window and clicking the Delete Mapping option from the Actions drop-down
menu (Figure 11-37).
Figure 11-37 Select Delete Mapping
FlashCopy Mapping state: If the FlashCopy mapping is in the Copying state, it must be
stopped before being deleted.
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You need to confirm your action to delete FlashCopy mappings in the window that opens
(Figure 11-38). Verify the number of FlashCopy mappings that you need to delete, and if you
want to delete the FlashCopy mappings while the data on the target volume is inconsistent
with the source volume, select the check box. Click Delete and your FlashCopy mapping is
Figure 11-38 Confirm the deletion of FlashCopy mappings
Deleting FlashCopy mapping: Deleting the FlashCopy mapping does not delete the
target volume. If you need to reclaim the storage space occupied by the target volume, you
need to delete the target volume manually.
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Showing dependent mapping
You can show the FlashCopy mapping dependency by selecting the FlashCopy source
volume in the FlashCopy window and clicking the Show Dependent Mappings option from
the Actions drop-down menu (Figure 11-39).
Figure 11-39 Show Dependent Mappings menu
The FlashCopy mapping dependency tree opens (Figure 11-40).
Figure 11-40 FlashCopy mapping dependency
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The background copy rate and cleaning rate can be changed after the FlashCopy mapping
has been created by selecting the FlashCopy target volume in the FlashCopy window and
clicking the Edit Properties option from the Actions drop-down menu (Figure 11-41).
Figure 11-41 Edit Properties menu
You can then modify the value of the background copy rate and cleaning rate by moving the
pointers on the bars (Figure 11-42). Click Save to save changes.
Figure 11-42 Change the copy rate