The state is the current processing status for the resource. For example, the normal state for a resource on the primary system is ISP – in service, protected. The normal state for a resource on the secondary system is OSU – out of service, unimpaired.
It is recommended that you accept the default initial state. If you set the Initial State to OSU, you must manually bring the resource into service.
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