3. Replication Management

This chapter explains GFS (GDB) replication management.
Replication management is executed from the Replication screen. On the View Contract screen, click the Replication button to display the Replication screen.
The available menu items depend on your privilege. If you have only the privilege to view, you cannot add, edit, or delete a replication schedule, start or terminate replication, or start or terminate boosting.
[Screen image]Replication screen
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The Replication screen displays the information below.
[Display item list]
Item Explanation Character Type Required
Service ID Displays the service ID. - -
Storage Host Name Displays the storage host name. - -
Primary Datacenter Displays the primary datacenter name. - -
Boosting Status Displays the boosting status. - -
Time Zone Displays the time zone. - -
Secondary Datacenter Displays the secondary datacenter name. - -
Volume Displays volume names. - -
Volume Size (GB) Displays the volume size. - -
Replication Status Displays the replication status. - -

[Operation button list]
Button Explanation
Start Replication* Starts replication.
Terminate Replication* Terminates replication.
Start Boosting* Starts boosting.
Terminate Boosting* Terminates boosting.
Replication History Displays the replication history.
Replication Schedule Displays the replication schedules.
Refresh Updates to the latest status.
Back Returns the display to the View Contract screen.
* This is not displayed if you have only the privilege to view.

The button display patterns depend on the conditions. The display patterns are shown below.
<Button display patterns>
Replication Status Boosting Status Replication Boosting
Start Button Terminate Button Start Button Terminate Button
No Sync in Progress

Boosting

(Usually not)

× ×
Not executed × × ×
Partial Sync in Progress Boosting ×
Not executed ×
All Sync in Progress Boosting × ×
Not executed × ×

<< Remarks >>
  • For a canceled Contract, only the Replication History button and the Back button are displayed.