Managing failed replication jobs

If a replication job fails due to an error, SyncIQ might disable the corresponding replication policy. For example SyncIQ might disable a replication policy if the IP or hostname of the target cluster is modified. If a replication policy is disabled, the policy cannot be run.

To resume replication for a disabled policy, you must either fix the error that caused the policy to be disabled, or reset the replication policy. It is recommended that you attempt to fix the issue rather than reset the policy. If you believe you have fixed the error, you can return the replication policy to an enabled state by resolving the policy. You can then run the policy again to test whether the issue was fixed. If you are unable to fix the issue, you can reset the replication policy. However, resetting the policy causes a full or differential replication to be performed the next time the policy is run.

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Depending on the amount of data being synchronized or copied, full and differential replications can take a very long time to complete.