This cmdlet stops the test failover on the specified replication groups and tries to perform a cleanup on the target site. After successful completion the replication group state returns to Target.
||Specifies the replication groups on which you want to stop the test failover.||optional||
||If specified, VASA Provider should force-unbind all Virtual Volumes and move the replication group from InTest to Target state. If not specified, VP reports all the Virtual Volumes that need to be cleaned up before a failover operation can be initiated.||optional||
||Indicates that the command returns immediately without waiting for the task to complete. In this mode, the output of the cmdlet is a Task object. For more information about the RunAsync parameter run "help About_RunAsync" in the VMware PowerCLI console.||optional||
||Specifies the vCenter Server systems on which you want to run the cmdlet. If no value is provided or $null value is passed to this parameter, the command runs on the default servers. For more information about default servers, see the description of Connect-VIServer.|
Stop-SpbmReplicationTestFailover -ReplicationGroup $targetRg
Performs the cleanup of a test failover done on the $targetRg target replication group.
This cmdlet performs a failover of the devices in the specified replication groups.
This cmdlet retrieves replication groups.
This cmdlet synchronizes the data between source and replica for the specified replication group.
This cmdlet retrieves the relation of replication groups in a pair of source and target replication group.
This cmdlet prepares the specified replication groups to fail over.
This cmdlet promotes a target replication group from InTest to FailedOver state.
This cmdlet initiates reverse replication, by making the currently failed over replication group the source and its peer replication group the target.
This cmdlet performs a test failover of a target replication group.
This cmdlet stops the test failover on the specified replication groups and tries to perform a cleanup on the target site.