What Can I Do When the VRG at the Disaster Recovery End Encounters an Irrecoverable Fault?

1.On the OceanStor BCManager at the production end, delete the VM of the faulty VRG from the protected group. For details, see Deleting a Protected Object.
2.On the OceanStor BCManager at the production end, forcibly delete the VM that matches the faulty VRG. For details, see Delete a VM in Managing a Protected VM and select Forcible Remove.
3.Log in to the FusionCompute at the disaster recovery end and delete the VM of the faulty VRG at the disaster recovery end.
4.On the OceanStor BCManager at the production end, delete the faulty VRG match. or details, seeDeleting a FusionSphere.
5.On the OceanStor BCManager at the disaster recovery end, delete the faulty VRG. For details, see Deleting a FusionSphere.
6.On the OceanStor BCManager at the production end, add a new paired VM for the new VRG. For details, see Adding a VRG.
7.On the OceanStor BCManager at the production end, delete the VM of the faulty VRG from the protected group. For details, see Adding a Protected Object.

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