If you do not need to replicate a virtual machine, you can stop the replication of that virtual machine.
Before you begin
You have configured replication on a virtual machine that you no longer need to replicate.
- In the vSphere Replication Home page, go to the Monitor tab and click Incoming Replications or Outgoing Replications.
- Right-click a replication and select Stop.
vSphere Replication asks you if you want to permanently stop the replication for the selected virtual machine. The hosts and vSphere Replication server used by the replication must be accessible.Note:
You can force stop the replication by selecting Force stop replication. If you force stop the replication from Incoming Replications you must also force stop the corresponding replication from Outgoing Replications if the source site is available. If you force stop the replication from Outgoing Replications, you can only recover or force stop the corresponding replication from Incoming Replications.
- Click Yes to confirm that you want to stop replicating this virtual machine.
The virtual machine does not replicate to the target site.