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how long before netapp snapmirror reseed is required?

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Hi, does anyone know how much lag time would need to build up before a reseed of an existing snapmirror relationship is required?
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As long as matching snapshots exist on both source and destination, you can always do an update.

Normally, these snapshots are marked "busy" for qtree snapmirror, so they are not removable. In theory, the lag time can be months or years.
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Great thanks for confirming this.
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