Initiating data failover and failback with SyncIQ
You can fail over from one Isilon cluster to another if, for example, your primary cluster becomes unavailable. You can fail back when the primary cluster becomes available again. You can revert failover if you decide that the failover was unnecessary, or if you failed over for testing purposes.
Data failover and failback are now supported for both compliance SmartLock directories and enterprise SmartLock directories. Compliance SmartLock directories can be created only on clusters that have been set up as compliance mode clusters during initial configuration.