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Tenants view

To monitor the status of replication or recovery activity for the individual tenants on a given replication link, you use the link status Tenants panel in the HCP System Management Console.

Display the Tenants panel

  1. In the list of links on the replication Links page, click the name of the link you want.

  2. On the replication link details page, click Status.

  3. In the link Status panel, click the Tenants tab.

Understanding the tenant list

The link status Tenants panel lists the tenants on a replication link, including the default tenant if the link includes any default-namespace directories. For each tenant, the list shows:

  • Name

    The tenant name.

  • Sent as Of

    For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during replication, or an inbound active/passive link during data recovery, the average of the sent-as-of times for the tenant's namespaces. The sent-as-of time for a namespace is the amount of time that is the difference between:

    • The date and time before which the namespace content is guaranteed to have been sent from the local system to the remote system
    • The current date and time

    For the default tenant, this is the average sent-as-of time among the directories on the link.

    Tip
    • If some tenants are significantly less up to date than others, set the replication priority for the link to Oldest Object First to reduce the gap.
    • If the sent-as-of time is consistently increasing for one or more tenants, even with the replication performance level set to High, you may need to add more processing power (for example, additional nodes) to your system or increase the bandwidth between the two systems involved in the link.
  • Received as Of

    For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during data recovery, or an inbound active/passive link during replication, the average of the received-as-of times for the tenant's namespaces. The received-as-of time for a namespace is the amount of time that is the difference between:

    • The date and time before which the namespace content is guaranteed to have been sent from the remote system to the local system
    • The current date and time

    For the default tenant, this is the average received-as-of time among the directories on the link.

  • Status

    The current status of replication or recovery activity for the tenant, represented by one or more of these icons, as applicable:

    • GUID-8156617F-4A55-4724-8967-49354C8B23FE-low.png

      If the icon is animated, replication or recovery of the tenant is proceeding normally. If the icon is static, no replication or recovery is occurring on the replication link.

    • GUID-AAB8970F-AFE9-4809-B33F-DF51DB7CAD33-low.png

      A user paused replication or recovery of the tenant.

    • GUID-BE2FB836-768D-4986-B9E8-2F183E1D8FF7-low.png

      The Replication service automatically paused replication or recovery of the tenant. To view text describing the condition that’s causing this status, hover over the status icon.

    • GUID-88A20D40-CFA9-4060-9A23-457B62150E76-low.png

      The tenant is on a link that’s chained into the link you’re viewing.

Managing the tenant list

By default, the tenant list in the Tenants panel includes all tenants in the link. The tenants are listed 20 at a time in ascending order by tenant name.

You can page through, sort, and filter the list of tenants. The Tenants panel indicates which tenants are shown out of the total number of tenants in the current list.

Paging

You can change the number of tenants shown at a time in the Tenants panel. To do this, in the Items per page field, select the number of tenants you want. The options are 10, 20, and 50.

To page forward or backward through the tenant list, click the next (GUID-E53D8EEE-3705-4C3C-B18A-BEB5FB24120A-low.png) or back (GUID-18C7E4A4-FD0B-42E4-B8A2-398D820683E9-low.png) control, respectively.

To jump to a specific page in the tenant list:

Procedure

  1. In the Page field, type the page number you want.

  2. Press Enter.

Sorting

You can sort the tenants in the tenant list by tenant name, outbound or inbound synchronization time, or status. To sort the list:

  • By name, click the Name column heading. Each time you click the column heading, the sort order switches between ascending and descending.
  • By outbound or inbound synchronization time, click the Sent as Of or Received as Of column heading, as applicable. The first time you click the column heading, the tenants are sorted in ascending order by the applicable synchronization time. Each time you click the column heading after that, the sort order switches between ascending and descending.
  • By status, click the Status column heading. The first time you click the column heading, tenants for which replication has been automatically paused are listed first, followed by tenants for which replication has been manually paused, followed by the remaining tenants. Each time you click the column heading after that, the order reverses from what it currently is.

Filtering

You can filter the tenant list by tenant name or tag. The filtered list includes only those tenants with a name or tag, as applicable, that begins with or is the same as a specified text string.

Procedure

  1. In the field above the Name column, select Name to filter by name or Tag to filter by tag.

  2. In the next field, type the text string you want to use as a filter.

    This string can be up to 64 characters long, can contain any valid UTF-8 characters except commas (,), and is not case sensitive. White space is allowed.
  3. Click the find control (GUID-6E913982-4DF5-4877-8C35-9F689D3C126D-low.png).

Next steps

To redisplay the entire list of tenants after filtering it, click the clear filter control (GUID-2642447B-5A00-4823-9C72-F52C8FB6018E-low.png).

Tenant replication details

To see more details about the replication of a tenant, hover over the row for the tenant in the list of tenants in the link status Tenants panel. The information shown is:

  • Most up-to-date namespace

    • For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during replication, or an inbound active/passive link during data recovery, the smallest sent-as-of time among the tenant's namespaces
    • For an outbound active/passive link during data recovery or an inbound active/passive link during replication, the smallest received-as-of time among the tenant's namespaces

    For the default tenant, this is the smallest sent-as-of time or received-as-of time, as applicable, among the directories on the replication link.

  • Average up-to-date time

    • For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during replication, or an inbound active/passive link during data recovery, the average of the sent-as-of times for the tenant's namespaces
    • For an outbound active/passive link during data recovery or an inbound active/passive link during replication, the average of the received-as-of times for the tenant's namespaces

    For the default tenant, this is the average of the sent-as-of times or received-as-of times, as applicable, for the directories on the replication link.

  • Objects pending

    For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during replication, or an inbound active/passive link during data recovery, the approximate number of objects and parts of multipart objects currently waiting to be sent to the remote system in the tenant's namespaces.

    The number of objects pending does not include parts of in-progress multipart uploads. Those parts are not replicated until the applicable multipart upload has been completed.

    Information about pending objects and object parts is not available for an outbound link during data recovery or for an inbound link during replication. This information is also not available for the default tenant.

  • Data pending

    For an active/active link, an outbound active/passive link during replication, or an inbound active/passive link during data recovery, the approximate amount of data currently waiting to be sent to the remote system in the tenant's namespaces.

    Information about pending data is not available for an outbound link during data recovery or for an inbound link during replication. This information is also not available for the default tenant.

 

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