If the computer name is changed, the local repository settings are not found, because LiteSpeed refers to the old computer name. As a result, the Local Repository database is not being populated and you cannot view LiteSpeed activity.
You need to update @@SERVERNAME for all instances on that computer and re-run the Instance Configuration wizard.
To update @@SERVERNAME value
Run the following:
exec sp_dropserver 'old_name'
exec sp_addserver 'new_name', 'local'
To run Instance Configuration
The timeline does not automatically show 4.x backup/restore jobs. However, you can manually rename the jobs and they will appear in the timeline.
To view 4.x jobs
Rename backup jobs to:
LiteSpeed Backup SERVER_NAME.database_name
Rename restore jobs to:
LiteSpeed Restore SERVER_NAME.database_name
Be sure to use upper case for SERVER_NAME. Additionally, you need to add a comment to maintenance plans to provide information about the databases involved in the plan:
LiteSpeed has been tested and is certified to work with Dell DR4000, DR4100, and DR6000 storage appliances. In rare cases the DR storage appliance may not work with LiteSpeed.
To check the DR storage appliance