“Day-to-day” replication functionality is maintained on the source Core, while only the target Core is capable of completing the functions necessary for disaster recovery.
For disaster recovery, the target core Can use the replicated recovery points to recover the protected machines. You can perform the following recovery options from the target Core:
This section describes how to view and manage events displayed on the Rapid Recovery Core Console. These events help users to monitor the state of the Rapid Recovery Core and its protected machines.
The Rapid Recovery Core includes predefined sets of events, which can be used to notify administrators of critical issues on the Core or with backup jobs on protected machines.
From the Core console, you can view events for the Core, and you can view events for a specific protected or replicated machine.
The Events page for a specific protected or replicated machine displays a log of events related to that specific machine. To access and view events for a selected machine, click the machine name in the Protected Machines menu, and from the machine Summary page, click the Events menu.
The contents of the Events page (on the Core or a specified machine) is divided into three sections: Tasks, Alerts, and Journal. These views allow you to filter details about various events, as appropriate.
You can define how you are notified of various events by configuring notification groups. For more information, see Configuring notification groups.
Complete the steps in the procedures below to view tasks, alerts, or all a journal of all events: