This cmdlet is used to create a new DataKeeper mirror. Mirrors created with this cmdlet will be visible in the DataKeeper SnapIn (Reports > Server Overview). If a job exists that includes information that matches this mirror (systems, IP Addresses, Volumes, and Sync Type), the mirror will be displayed in the DataKeeper SnapIn as part of that job.


Parameter Type Required Position Notes
SourceIP String Yes 0 IP address on the source to be used for DataKeeper mirror data.
SourceVolume String Yes 1 The source volume to mirror.
TargetIP String Yes 2 IP address on the target to be used for DataKeeper mirror data.
TargetVolume String Yes 3 The target volume to become the mirror target. If not specified it will be the same volume indicated by the SourceVolume parameter.
SyncType String Yes 4 Valid options are:
Sync – A synchronous mirror
Async – An asynchronous mirror
CreateFlags uint No 5 Optional arguments that specify behavior deviate from the norm. These can be OR’d together to create a set of options (add decimal values. Example: for option 1 + option 2, place a 3 in the command).
1. Create the mirror without doing a full resync operation.
2. Do not wait for the target side of the mirror to be created before returning.




An integer value representing the status of the command. 0 means that the command succeeded, any other value is a Windows error code.

New-DataKeeperMirror -SourceIP -SourceVolume E -TargetIP -TargetVolume E -SyncType Async

New-DataKeeperMirror E E Async


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