Question
Phillip Wu · Jan 23

"Missing Mirrored Databases Report" on one node of a mirrored IRIS DB after refresh

I want to refresh the TEST DB from LIVE.

On TESTTC02, I'm getting the error:
"Missing Mirrored Databases Report"

Questions.
1. What causes this problem?
2. How do I fix it?

Thanks for any help
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This is the basic plan for the refresh:
DR copy IRIS.DAT files -> TESTTC01
TESTTC01 IRIS.DAT files -> TESTTC02

These are the details:
SMP=System Management Portal – the GUI web interface into IRIS admin
DRTC01=DR node of LIVE (async mirror)
TESTTC01=Primary member
TESTTC01=Backup member

This is what I did:
0. on TESTTC01 SMP, "Remove Mirror Configuration"
1. Copied IRIS.DAT from TRAK-DRTC01 to TESTTC01 [IRIS down on both TRAK-DRTC01 and TESTTC01]
2. Start IRIS on TESTTC01 
3. on TESTTC01, do ^MIRROR,Option 2 "Mirror Management",All (all databases) 
4. on TESTTC01,SMP System Administration->Configuration->Mirror Settings->Create a Mirror 
5. on TESTTC01,for all DB locations, "set status=##Class(SYS.Mirror).AddDatabase(<DB Location>)" 
6. Copied IRIS.DAT from TESTTC01 to TESTTC02[IRIS down on both TESTTC01 and TESTTC02] 
7. on TESTTC02 SMP, "Remove Mirror Configuration" 
8. on TESTTC02 SMP, "Join as Failover"

Product version: IRIS 2022.2
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As a guess you have more mirrored datasets then expected. I have seen User get mirrored for example.
What does this show on the primary?
d ^MIRROR -> 1) Mirror Status -> 1) List mirrored databases
 

If both TESTTC01 and TESTTC02 existed before starting, your refresh process is also overly complicated.
You should be able to shutdown TESTTC01 & TESTTC02, copy the file from TESTTC01 to TESTTC02, start TESTTC02 and do a Activating and Catching Up Mirrored Databases. If you have a backup or snap of the file you don't even need to shutdown TESTTC01.

Yes both TESTTC01 and TESTTC02 existed.

Yes the process seems overly complicated but these were from some notes left by my predecessor

Thanks for your advice