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Rapid Recovery 6.0.2 - User Guide

*** Legend Introduction to Dell Data Protection | Rapid Recovery Understanding the Rapid Recovery Core Console Working with repositories Managing Rapid Recovery Core settings Using custom groups Working with encryption keys Protecting machines using the Rapid Recovery Core Working with Microsoft Exchange and SQL Servers Protecting server clusters Exporting protected data to virtual machines Managing protected machines Understanding replication Managing events Generating and viewing reports Restoring data Understanding bare metal restore for Windows machines Retention and archiving Managing cloud accounts Working with Linux machines Understanding the Local Mount Utility Central Management Console Understanding the Rapid Recovery Command Line Management utility Understanding the Rapid Recovery PowerShell module
Prerequisites for using PowerShell Working with commands and cmdlets Rapid Recovery PowerShell module cmdlets Localization Qualifiers
Extending Rapid Recovery jobs using scripting Rapid Recovery APIs Glossary

Viewing replication information

The Replication pane contains summary information about the replicated machine, including the replication name, the state of replication, progress, and available space.


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Viewing the Exchange Server Information pane

The Exchange Server Information pane appears only for protected machines that are Exchange servers.

This pane contains summary information about the protected Exchange server, including the installed version of Microsoft Exchange, the path in which Exchange is installed, and the path defined for Exchange mailbox data.

The Mail Stores grid shows the Exchange Database (EDB) name, the path of the EDB file, the path in which the log files are stored, the log prefix, the system path, the Database Availability Group (DAG), and the mail store type.


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Viewing the SQL Server Information pane

The SQL Server Information pane appears only for protected machines that are SQL Servers.

This pane contains summary information about the protected SQL Servers. You can expand the database information to see detail for each table in the database. You can also see the database or table name and the database path.


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Viewing recovery points for a machine

The Recovery Points tab shows a list of the recovery points collected for that protected machine as well as pertinent machine and repository data. On this page, you can mount, export, and restore specific recovery points, as well as delete recovery points.

The tab is divided into two panes: Summary and Recovery Points. The Summary pane does not include any actionable links. It displays the following data for the machine.

Table 1. Recovery Point tab Summary pane data
UI Element Description
Total Recovery Points The number of recovery points collected for this particular protected machine.
Total Protected Data The amount of data from the protected machine that is stored in the repository.
Repository The name of the repository in which Rapid Recovery stores the recovery points for this protected machine.
Repository Status The progress bar displays the percentage of the total space used in the repository. The amount of data used and the total size of the repository appear below the progress bar.

The Recovery Points pane provides a list of every recovery point in the repository for this protected machine.

Table 2. Recovery Point tab Recovery Points pane options
UI Element Description
> Expands the recovery point to reveal additional options.
Mount This option lets you mount the recovery point so that you can explore it and recover individual items. For more information, see Mounting a recovery point.
Export After you expand a recovery point, you can use this option to export the recovery point to a compatible virtual host and create a virtual machine. For more information, see Exporting protected data to virtual machines.
Restore After you expand a recovery point, the Restore option lets you restore one or more volumes in the recovery point to your preferred location. For more information, see Restoring data or Performing a bare metal restore for Windows machines or, for restoring data on a Linux® machine, see Performing a bare metal restore for Linux machines.
Status Displays a colored circle that indicates the state of checks performed on the recovery point.
Contents Lists the volumes and partitions included in the recovery point.
Type Displays whether the recovery point is a base or an incremental snapshot.
Creation Date The date and time on which Rapid Recovery took the recovery point.
Size The size of the recovery point in bytes.
Actions The Actions drop-down menu provides the following options for removing recovery points for the machine:
  • Delete Range. Deletes the range of recovery points you select.
  • Delete All. Deletes all of the recovery points collected for this protected machine. When you delete all recovery points, there are no more recovery points from which to perform a restore.

    For more information, see Removing recovery points.


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