An Isilon customer created a scheduled SyncIQ policy to replicate data from an Enterprise-mode SmartLock directory. The source cluster is now unusable and the target cluster does not automatically allow writes to the data in the replicated SmartLock directory. What is the reason why the target cluster did not automatically allow writes of the data?
SyncIQ Automated failover is not supported for SmartLock directories; however, manual failover is allowed.
Automated failover and manual failover are not allowed on SmartLock directories on the target cluster.
A SyncIQ job was running while the source cluster became unusable, thereby removing all data on the target directory.
SnapshotIQ was not licensed on the target cluster; the snapshot of the directory is not available for use by SyncIQ.
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