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DR Series Software 4.0.3.1 - Administration Guide

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Configuring cleaner schedules

Performing scheduled disk space reclamation operations are recommended as a method for recovering disk space from the system. The recommended method is to schedule a time when you can run the Cleaner on your DR Series system with no other planned processes running.

To schedule cleaner operations on your system, complete the following steps.

1.
On the left navigation menu, click System Configuration > Schedules.

The Schedules page is displayed, showing a weekly/daily calendar representation of currently scheduled operations.

a.
In the Cleaner pane, select a day from the Set Event At Day drop-down list.
b.
In the From and To drop-down lists, select the time (hour) of the day for the cleaner to run.
c.
Click Save.
schedule --add --day <Day of the Week> --start_time <HH:MM> --stop_time <HH:MM> --cleaner
schedule --show --cleaner
schedule --delete --day <Day of the Week> --cleaner

The current Cleaner Status is shown at the top of the Schedules page as one of the three following states:

Pending—displays any scheduled window for the Cleaner operation.
Running—displays when the Cleaner operation is running.
Idle—displayed only if there is no Cleaner operation running.

On the Dashboard page, you can also view a graph of cleaner statistics.

In the Action menu in the upper right corner, click Detailed Graphs, and then click the Cleaner tab.

Viewing cleaner statistics

To view additional detailed cleaner statistics, you can use the DR Series system CLI stats --cleaner command to show the following categories of statistics:

For more information about DR Series system CLI commands, see the DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide.

Configuring replication schedules

You can configure replication schedules on a weekly basis for individual replication-enabled source containers.

To configure replication schedules, complete the following steps.

1.
On the left navigation menu, click System Configuration > Schedules.

The Schedules page is displayed, showing a weekly/daily calendar representation of currently scheduled operations.

c.
In the From and To drop-down lists, select the time (hour) of the day for the replication to run.
d.
Click Save.

You can view replication details and status on the Replications page in the DR Series system GUI by selecting a replication and clicking to expand and view details. The current replication status is also shown on the GlobalView page by expanding the detailed view of a selected DR Series system.

Configuring an SSL certificate for your DR Series system

For additional security, you can replace the self-signed, factory-installed certificate with another SSL certificate, for example, with one that is signed by a third-party CA. Once you have obtained your signed certificate, you can install it by using the DR Series system GUI. Only one certificate can be installed on a DR Series system at any given point in time.

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