If your Core replicates machines from another Rapid Recovery Core, the display name of the source Core appears as a collapsible menu in the left navigation of the Core Console. As with all menu labels in the navigation area, this replicated machines menu name appears in all upper-case letters, below the Protected Machines menu. By default, the replicated machines menu is fully expanded, and lists all machines originating from that source Core that are replicated on your target Core.
You can collapse or expand the view of replicated machines from that source Core by clicking the arrow on the left side of this menu.
Each replicated machines menu includes a drop-down menu on the right side, which includes functions you can perform simultaneously on all of the replicated machines originating from that Core. Click the arrow to the right of replicated machines menu to see a drop-down list of functions you can perform. These actions include the following:
- Pause replication. If replication is currently active, it stops the action until you resume it. For more information, see Pausing and resuming replication.
- Resume replication. If replication has been paused, it begins replicating again. For more information, see Pausing and resuming replication.
- Force replication. Replicates on demand, rather than at a scheduled time. For more information, see Forcing replication.
- Remove replication. Removes the replication relationship between the source Core and your target Core. Optionally, you can delete the recovery points stored in this Core. For more information, see topics Removing outgoing replication from the source Core and Removing incoming replication from the target Core.
Clicking directly on name of the source Core in the navigation menu causes the Machines replicated from [Source Core Name] page to appear in the main content area. For more information on what you can accomplish on that page, see Viewing incoming and outgoing replication.