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Open DFS Management from the start menu. Expand Replication. a. You may need to right click and add a Replication Group to display. Right Click the Replication Group and Select Create Diagnostic Report. Select Health report, Next. Choose a Path to save the report to, Next. Select Servers to Include/Exclude, Next. Select the Server with the most up to date ...


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the solution to fix this is to sync all parties (ESXi hosts, vcenter, VRM Appliance) with ntp servers. Once this done - the error is gone.


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We have deployed a similiar setup with Atomic (http://www.projectatomic.io/) instead of CoreOS to a replicated non-distributed GlusterFS storage system with three replica-2 sets. This works very well. However, you need to keep a few special characteristics of GlusterFS in mind. Like Brian already mentioned, Gluster places consistency and reliability above ...


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The NetworkTopologySettings needs to be specified as part of the create keyspace statement.


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You can do it a few ways- first, check a snapmirror status -l command will tell you the completion time for the last snapmirror as well as the current progress in KB and current lag (which you can use to calculate the current speed). If you have all your traffic on a specific interface, you can use ifstat to measure its current speed, but that's measured in ...


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Answer to Question 1 pt-table-sync (togerther with pt-table-checksum) can be used to correct replication errors like data corruption, someone directly modifying data on the slave, server crashes, schema changes in wrong order, etc. However pt-table-sync can be also used without replication for keeping tables synced in near-realtime if the data don't change ...


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It sounds like you are over thinking this too much. If you are just starting this web service, there is no way you'll need that much hardware. You would be best off renting something cheaper (a VPS or an instance in one of the popular Cloud providers) and replicating inside their private network. Also, with such a small web service, replication seems ...


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Ensure the Common Name of your CA certificate and Server certificates are different If your certificates were generated using openssl with a version greater than 1.0 and are RSA, reformat your keys using the following: openssl rsa -in key-from-openssl-1.pem -out pkcs1-yassl-compatible-key.pem (replace filenames as appropriate). The reason for this is that ...


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I wonder if this is a bug because it didn't work even when I used named parameter to call the method: path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication Bandwidth=10 DurationInMin=20 Mode=2 The above command returns: Invalid named parameter list. Hint: ::= | where ::= = wmic:root\microsoftdfs>path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication ...


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The first argument. 15 isn't valid. The one that works doesn't surprise me. The reason is that the first parameter is between 1 and 4 (inclusive). This is different from the first wmic code you show: wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication(15,10,2) The first value in the parentheses 15 isn't a valid value. It ...


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By default AD ( specificify the KCC and ISTG) assume that the network is fully routed and ALL sites have IP connectivity (ping, RPC, etc) to all other sites. If even one site does not have connectivity to all others then Bridge All Site Links (BASL) must be disabled and individual site links must be added and configured for each site to site link. This ...



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