Viewing RDS information
The RDS view displays detailed information about the selected Replicated Data Set (RDS).
Using the RDS view
Use the RDS view to get detailed information about a selected Replicated Data Set (RDS). To display the RDS view, expand the Replicated Data Sets node and select the RDS name in the tree view. For example, expand the Replicated Data Sets node in the tree view, and then click the RDS name hr_rvg to display the RDS view for hr_rvg.
By default, the Summary tab displays information about the selected RDS. Select the Configuration Errors tab in the RDS view to check whether configuration errors exist for the selected RDS.
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Information displayed in the RDS view
The Summary tab in the RDS view displays the following high-level information about the Primary RVG in its top region:
Primary Replicated Volume Group:
The name of the host on which the Primary RVG is present and the version of the operating system on the host.
The name of the disk group. In a shared environment, indicates that the disk group is shared.
State of the RVG, whether enabled or disabled for I/O.
Replicated Volume Count
Number of data volumes in the RVG.
Replicated Data Size
The sum of the sizes of each data volume in the RVG.
Number of checkpoints.
The version of the RVG.
The table in the lower region of the RDS View (Summary tab) displays the following details for each Secondary in the selected RDS:
Name of the Secondary host. If a bunker exists in the RDS, then the name of the bunker host is displayed.
Role of the host, that is, Secondary or Bunker.
Status of replication on the Secondary. For example, consistent, up-to-date. For more information about the values of the data status, refer to Displaying consolidated replication status.
Status of replication on the Secondary. For example, replicating (connected).
Displays the mode of replication, that is, synchronous or asynchronous.
Indicates whether writes are being logged to the DCM or SRL.
Bytes in Log
The number of bytes in the SRL or DCM.
Indicates the extent to which the Secondary is behind the Primary.