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Replicator lets you replicate data (copy and synchronize) between 2 Data Domain

systems.

# replication show performance


Display current replication activity.

# replication show detailed-history


Show details of replication performance history.

# replication show detailed-stats [destination | tenant-unit tenant-unit | all]


Display cumulative statistics beginning from when the context was created.

# replication show stats [destination | tenant-unit tenant-unit | all]


Display statistics for all replication pairs, a tenant unit, or a specific
destination pair.

# replication status
Show the current status of replication.

# replication abort recover destination


Stop a recover process. Run this on the destination Data Domain system only.

# replication abort resync destination


Stop a resync operation. Run this on the source or destination Data Domain system.

# replication add source <source> destination <destination>


Create a replication pair, which can be for Collection, MTree, or Directory
Replication.

# replication modify connection-host


Used if a source or destination name does not correspond to a Data Domain network
name.

# replication break {destination | all}


Remove the source or destination Data Domain system from a replication pair, or
remove all Replicator configurations from a Data Domain system.

# replication disable {destination | all}


Disable replication. Run this on the source or destination system to halt data
replication temporarily.

# replication enable {destination | all}


Restart replication. If run on the source, the operation resumes sending data to
the destination. If run on the destination, the operation resumes serving the
active connection from the source.

# replication show config


To check if all changes were done.
# replication initialize destination
Initialize replication. Run this on the source to start replication between a
source and destination and to verify that configuration and connections.

# replication modify destination {source-host | destination-host} new-host-name


Modify the source or destination host name. In this case, you must modify the
replication configuration on both the source and the destination.

# replication modify destination connection-host new-host-name [port port]


Modify the destination host name, when it does not resolve for the connection, to a
new host name or IP address. You may also specify an optional port number.

# replication modify destination encryption {enabled | disabled}


Modify the state of encryption over wire for the destination.

# replication modify destination ipversion {ipv4 | ipv6}


Modify the network preference for the destination.

# replication modify destination low-bw-optim {enabled | disabled}


Modify the state of low bandwidth optimization for the destination.

# replication modify destination max-repl-streams n


It lets you modify the maximum number of replication streams for the destination.

# replication option set bandwidth rate


Set the network bandwidth rate for the Data Domain system.

# replication option set default-sync-alert-threshold value


Set the sync time to configure when an alert is generated.

# replication option set delay value


Set the network delay in milliseconds for the Data Domain system.

# replication option set listen-port value


Set the listen port for the Data Domain system.

# replication option show


Display the current bandwidth, network-delay settings, listen port, and sync-
alertthreshold.

# replication resync destination


Bring back into sync (or recover) the data between a source and destination
replication pair after a manual break.

# replication sync [and-verify] [destination]


Synchronize replication between the source and destination and wait for replication
to complete.
# replication throttle add [destination host | default] sched-specrate
Change the rate of network bandwidth used by replication.

# replication throttle del [destination host | default] sched-spec eg., #


replication throttle del mon 1400 (To remove an entry for Mondays at 2:00 p.m)
Remove one or more throttle schedule entries.

# replication throttle reset


Reset a throttling schedule.

# replication throttle set current


Set the throttle rate until the next scheduled change or a system reboot.

# replication throttle set override


Set the throttle rate until another override is issued.

# replication throttle show


Show throttle configuration.

# replication throttle show performance


Show current throttle throughput for an optionally specified number of times and
interval.

# replication watch destination


Display the progress of a replication initialization, resynchronization process, or
recovery operation.