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|Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition Remote Replication Guide for Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.1|
The Geographic Edition software internally creates and maintains one replication resource group for each protection group. The name of the replication resource group is specified by the user in the configuration as described in How to Create and Configure a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Protection Group.
You can obtain an overall view of the status of replication as well as a more detailed runtime status of the appliance replication resource groups. The following sections describe the procedures for checking each status:
The status of each Sun ZFS Storage Appliance remote replication resource indicates the status of replication on a particular replication component. The status of all the resources under a protection group are aggregated in the replication status. This replication status is the second component of the protection group state. For more information about the states of protection groups, refer to Monitoring the Runtime Status of the Geographic Edition Software in Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
If you add a Sun ZFS Storage Appliance component to a protection group, Geographic Edition software creates a resource for each replication component. This resource monitors the status of replication for its replication component.
You can monitor the status of replication of this replication component by checking the Status and Status Message of this resource. Use the clresourcegroup status command to display resource status and the status message.
You must be assigned the Basic Solaris User RBAC rights profile to complete this procedure. For more information about RBAC, see Geographic Edition Software and RBAC in Oracle Solaris Cluster Geographic Edition System Administration Guide.
# geoadm status
Refer to the Protection Group section of the output for replication information. The information that is displayed by this command includes the following:
Whether the local cluster is enabled for partnership participation
Whether the local cluster is involved in a partnership
Status of the heartbeat configuration
Status of the defined protection groups
Status of current transactions
# clresourcegroup status zfssa-rep-rg # clresource status zfssa-rep-rs
Refer to the Status and Status Message fields for the replication component you want to check. See Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Replication Resource Group Runtime Status and Status Messages for a list of possible status values and status messages.
# clresource status -t ORCL.repzfssa
The following table lists the Status and Status Message values that are returned by the clresource status command when the State of the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance replication resource group is Online.
Table 1-3 Status and Status Messages of an Online Sun ZFS Storage Appliance Replication Resource Group
For more information about these values, refer to the Sun ZFS Storage Appliance documentation.
For more information about the clresource command, see the clresource(1CL) man page.