18.3 Monitoring Outgoing Replication Batches

You can monitor the last 200 outgoing batches from the Master server to the peer DB servers on the same site and to the Master server on other sites in the cluster. This includes batches which have already been replicated and the batches in error. The batches are transmitted to replicate information about the changes that are made to the database. The changes include new entry, update, and delete actions to all DB servers in the cluster.

When a Master server sends the batch to the target server, the status displays NE indicating that the new batch of data is transmitted. After receiving the response from the target server, the Status of that particular batch will set one of the following values:

  • OK: Indicates that the batch is successfully received by the target server.

  • ER: Indicates that there is conflict on the target server. An error while sending the batch may also result in the status ER.

To monitor outgoing batches, click Cluster in administration portal, and then click Batches. You can view the following information about each transmitted batch:

  • Server: IP address of the target server to which the batches are sent.

  • Status: Status of the transmitted batch. Possible statuses are NE, OK, and ER.

  • BatchID: Unique ID of a batch that is sent to the target server.

  • What: Details of information that the corresponding batch includes.

  • When: Time when the batch is transmitted.