Replication Manager Reports > SnapVault Detail
Version 9.2.01
SnapVault Detail
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Click a Mirror Timestamp link.
Source System
Hostname of the source system.
Source Volume
Volume of the source system.
Source QTree
QTree of the source system.
The active filesystem state of the destination: replica, transitioning, or original.
The state of the source-destination relationship: unitialized, snapvaulted, broken-off, unknown, source, restoring, quiesced.
Transfer Progress
Indicates the amount of data transferred so far, available only for active transfers.
Destination System
Hostname of the destination system.
Destination Volume
Volume of the destination system.
Destination QTree
QTree of the destination system.
Mirror Timestamp
The snapshot’s creation date and time (for the most recent successful transfer).
The status of the mirror transfer: aborting, broken-off, idle, pending, quiescing, resynching, or restoring.
Current Transfer Type
This field is populated only for active transfers.
initialize, update, retry, or resync
Last Transfer Duration (Secs)
Duration of the last transfer.
Last Transfer Size
Amount of data transferred in the last SnapVault transaction—in kilobytes (1024 bytes).
Last Transfer From
The name of the last transfer’s source system.
Last Transfer Type
initialize, update, retry, or resync.
Last Updated
The last time the Data Collector updated the Portal database.
Schedule Report (Primary and Secondary)
For a description of the fields in this table, see SnapVault Schedule.