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SyncIQ Reports
Displays replication reports that describe replication jobs that target a remote cluster.
SyncIQ Target Reports
Displays replication reports that describe replication jobs that target the local cluster.
Filter by Age
Filters the output of the table so that only reports that were created less than a specified amount of time are displayed.
Filter by State
Filters the output of the table so that only reports with a specified state are displayed.
Filter by Policy Name
Filters the output of the table so that only reports about the specified replication policy are displayed.
Show 10 reports / policy
Filters the output of the table so that only the specified number of reports per policy are displayed.
Policy Name
Displays the name of the associated replication policy.
Status
Displays the status of the associated replication job.
Started
Displays the time that the associated job started.
Ended
Displays the time that the associated job ended.
Duration
Displays how much time has elapsed between the time that the associated job started and the time that the job ended.
Transferred
Displays the number of files that were transferred by the associated job, and the total size of all transferred files.
Source Directory
Displays the path of the source directory of the associated policy.
Target Host
Displays the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the target cluster of the associated policy.
Action
Displays any report-related actions that you can perform.
Reset
Removes filters from the table.
View Details
Displays a replication report.
Job ID
Displays the ID of the associated replication job.
Policy Name
Displays the name of the associated replication policy.
Status
Displays the status of the job. The following job statuses are possible:
Running
The job is currently running without error.
Paused
The job has been temporarily paused.
Finished
The job completed successfully.
Failed
The job failed to complete.
Started
Displays the time that the job started.
Ended
Displays the time that the job end.
Duration
Displays how much time has elapsed between the time that the job started and the time that the job ended.
Errors
Displays any errors that the job encountered.
Sync Type
The action that was performed by the replication job.
Initial Sync

Indicates that either a differential or a full replication was performed.

Incremental Sync

Indicates that only modified files were transferred to the target cluster.

Allow_writes

Indicates that writes were enabled on a target directory of a replication policy.

Allow_write_revert

Indicates that an allow writes operation was undone.

Resync Preparation

Indicates that an association between files on the source cluster and files on the target cluster was created. This is the first step in the failback preparation process.

Resync Preparation Domain Mark

Indicates that a SyncIQ domain was created for the source directory. This is the second step in the failback preparation process.

Restore Resync Preparation

Indicates that a source directory was restored to the last recovery point. This is the third step in the failback preparation process.

Finalize Resync Preparation

Indicates that a mirror policy was created on the target cluster. This is the last step in the failback preparation process.

Upgrade

Indicates that a policy-conversion replication occurred after upgrading the OneFS operating system or merging policies.

Action
For incremental, differential, and full replications, displays the type of replication policy. For actions related to failover or failback, indicates what type of action was performed.
Copy
Indicates that the policy will not delete a file from the target directory if the file is deleted on the source directory.
Synchronize
Indicates that the policy maintains an exact replica of the source directory on the target cluster. If a file is deleted on the source directory, the policy will delete that file from the target directory when the policy is run.
Fofb
Indicates that an action related to SyncIQ failover or failback was performed.
Domainmark
Indicates that a SyncIQ domain was created for a source directory of a replication policy.
Source Directories Deleted
Displays the number of directories underneath the source directory that had been deleted since the last replication job ran.
Target Directories Deleted
Displays the number of directories that the replication job deleted on the target cluster.
Source Directories Created
Displays the number of directories underneath the source directory that had been created since the last replication job ran.
Target Directories Created
Displays the number of directories that the replication job created on the target cluster.
Source Directories Linked
Displays the number of directories underneath the source directory that had been linked since the last replication job ran.
Target Directories Linked
Displays the number of directories that the replication job linked on the target cluster.
Source Directories Unlinked
Displays the number of directories underneath the source directory that had been unlinked since the last replication job ran.
Target Directories Unlinked
Displays the number of directories that the replication job unlinked on the target cluster.
Source Directories Visited
Displays the number of directories that were scanned on the source cluster.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Target Directories Deleted
Displays the number of directories that were deleted on the target cluster.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

New Files
Displays the number of files that were added underneath the source directory since the last replication job was run.
Updated Files
Displays the number of files that were modified since the last replication job was run.
Source Files Linked
Displays the number of files underneath the source directory that had been linked since the last replication job ran.
Target Files Linked
Displays the number of files that the replication job linked on the target cluster.
Source Files Unlinked
Displays the number of files underneath the source directory that had been unlinked since the last replication job ran.
Target Files Unlinked
Displays the number of files that the replication job unlinked on the target cluster.
Automatically Retransmitted Files
Displays the number of files that were automatically re-transmitted by SyncIQ. SyncIQ might need to retransfer a file if changes have been made on the target or SyncIQ detects a file system error.
Target Files Deleted
Displays the number of files that the replication job deleted on the target cluster.
Total Files
Displays the total number of files that were replicated to the target cluster.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Actually Transferred
Displays the total number of files that were replicated to the target cluster.

This field is used only for SyncIQ jobs run on clusters running OneFS 6.5.5 or earlier. In OneFS 6.5.5 and earlier, the Total Files field could include files that were not actually transferred to the target cluster because file matching criteria prevented the files from being replicated or the files had already been replicated. If the cluster was running a later version of OneFS when the job was run, this field will be equal to zero, regardless of how many files were replicated.

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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Up-to-date
Displays the number of files that were not replicated because they had already been replicated to the target cluster.

This field is used only for SyncIQ jobs run on clusters running OneFS 6.5.5 or earlier. If the cluster was running a later version of OneFS when the job was run, this field will be equal to zero, even if files were not replicated because they had already been replicated to the target cluster.

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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Modified While Being Replicated
Displays the number of files that were not replicated because the file was open or modified on the target cluster.

This field is used only for SyncIQ jobs run on clusters running OneFS 5.5 or earlier. If the cluster was running a later version of OneFS when the job was run, this field will be equal to zero. In later versions of OneFS, files cannot be modified or opened on the target cluster because target directories are read-only.

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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

IO Errors Occurred
Displays the number of IO-related errors that the job encountered.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Network Errors Occurred
Displays the number of network-related errors that the job encountered.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Integrity Errors Occurred
Displays the number of integrity-related errors that the job encountered.
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This field appears only for full or differential replications.

Total Network Traffic
Displays the total amount of network traffic caused by the replication job.
Total Data
Displays the total amount of data replicated by the job.
File Data
Displays the total amount of file data that was replicated by the job.
Sparse Data
Displays the total amount of sparse data contained in sparse files that was replicated to the target cluster.
Snapshots Target
Displays the names of snapshots created on the target cluster. This includes both archival snapshots and snapshots that SyncIQ creates to facilitate failover operations.
Policy Name
Displays the name of the replication policy.
Source Root Directory
Displays the path of the source directory on the source cluster.
Included Directories
Displays directories that are included in replication. If one or more directories are specified, any directories that are not specified are not replicated.
Excluded Directories
Displays directories that are excluded from replication. Any directories specified are not replicated.
File Matching Criteria
Determines which files are excluded from replication. Any files that do not meet the specified criteria are not replicated.
Target Host
Displays the IP address or fully qualified domain name of the target cluster.
Target Directory
Displays the full path of the target directory. Data is replicated to the target directory from the source directory.