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OceanStor BCManager 6.5.0 eReplication User Guide 02

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Viewing the Topology

Viewing the Topology

This section describes how to monitor the disaster recovery (DR) status of the entire network of production and DR sites by viewing the global topology generated by eReplication.

Viewing the Logical Topology

This section describes how to monitor the protected application-production storage-DR storage status of the entire network of production and DR sites by viewing the logical topology generated by eReplication.

Procedure

  1. On the menu bar, choose Protection. Select the type of protection in which the protection group that needs to view the logical topology resides.
  2. Select the protected group, click the Topology tab to view the logical topology. When the protected group is invalid, the system does not display the logical topology.
  3. You can move your cursor over a topology object to view its basic information. Topology objects are visualized objects in the actual network.

    You can follow instructions in Table 6-6 to adjust the topology.

    Table 6-6  Topology operation

    Name

    Operation on the Topology

    Zooming in/out and resetting

    • Click to zoom in the topology.
    • Click to zoom out the topology.
    • Click to automatically adjust the topology to the size suitable for browsing.

    Browsing

    Click to automatically adjust the topology to the size suitable for browsing.

    Full screen

    Click to display the topology in full screen. Click or press ESC to exit from the full screen.

    Legend

    Select or deselect Show Legend to display or hide topology legends.

    NOTE:

    If you click on the Chrome browser to view the topology in full screen, you cannot click other buttons. In this case, input chrome://plugins/ in the address box and you can expand the details in the upper right corner and find two Adobe Flash Player versions. Disable the Adobe Flash Player plug-in whose suffix is pepflashplayer.dll. Then restart the browser.

Viewing the Physical Topology

This section describes how to monitor the disaster recovery (DR) status of the entire network of production and DR sites by viewing the physical topology.

Context

At least one user that has the permission to view the global topology exists in the system. (The user may have no permission for some resources in the global topology.)

Procedure

  1. On the menu bar, choose Monitor > Topology.

  2. View the physical topology exists in the system.
  3. You can move your cursor over a topology object to view its basic information. Topology objects are visualized objects in the actual network.

    You can follow instructions in Table 6-7 to adjust the topology.

    Table 6-7  Topology operation

    Name

    Operation on the Topology

    Zooming in/out and resetting

    • Click to zoom in the topology.
    • Click to zoom out the topology.
    • Click to automatically adjust the topology to the size suitable for browsing.

    Browsing

    Click to automatically adjust the topology to the size suitable for browsing.

    Full screen

    Click to display the topology in full screen. Click or press ESC to exit from the full screen.

    Save

    Click to save the topology of your browsing history, the next view topology remains the saved location.

    Legend

    Select or deselect Show Legend to display or hide topology legends.

    Refresh period

    Select different refresh periods to adjust the interval between refreshing the global topology.

    NOTE:

    If you click on the Chrome browser to view the topology in full screen, you cannot click other buttons. In this case, input chrome://plugins/ in the address box and you can expand the details in the upper right corner and find two Adobe Flash Player versions. Disable the Adobe Flash Player plug-in whose suffix is pepflashplayer.dll. Then restart the browser.

  4. You can perform the following operations to view details about devices and links.
    • By double-clicking the icon of a local storage device, you can open the management page of the storage device and view its configuration.
    • By double-clicking the link between storage devices, you can view details about the link.
      NOTE:
      Currently, information about links between VIS devices cannot be viewed.
    • By double-clicking the link between the host and storage, you can view initiator information.
    • By double-clicking the icon of a local host, you can view information about applications and their protected groups on the host. By clicking of an application in the application list, the protected group topology of the application is displayed.
      NOTE:

      You can view Name and Container ID of the PDBs in the Oracle container database.

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