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OceanStor BCManager 6.5.0 eReplication User Guide 02

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Configuring Alarm Dump

Configuring Alarm Dump

The alarm dump function dumps database alarms to the specified directory on the eReplication management server and deletes the alarms from databases, improving space utilization and operating efficiency of eReplication.


Dumped alarm files are saved to the eReplication Sever installation directory/Runtime/LegoRuntime/datastorage/alarm path. A user can download dumped alarm files on the client and delete unnecessary alarm files under the directory.


  1. On the menu bar, select Settings.
  2. In the navigation tree, choose Data Maintenance > Alarm Dump.
  3. In the Dump Parameters area, modify dump parameters. Table 7-6 describes related parameters.

    Table 7-6  Alarm dump parameters




    Dumped At

    Time when alarms are dumped.

    The dump time is usually set to a point in time when eReplication is idle.



    Dump Period

    Interval between dumping alarms.

    For example, if the dump period is set to seven days, eReplication dumps alarms once every seven days.

    [Value range]

    The value is an integer from 7 to 120.



    Reserve Recent Database Records

    Number of recent days during which the logs generated are saved.

    [Value range]

    The value is an integer from 7 to 120.



    File Format

    Format of the file to which alarms are dumped.

    The value can be Excel or CSV.




    Alarm language.

    The value can be English or Simplified Chinese.



  4. Click OK.


In the Dump History area, you can view the alarm dump history. In addition, you can select dumped alarms to download them locally, or click Delete to delete the dumped alarm files stored on the eReplication Server.

Updated: 2019-05-21

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