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One of our Engineers, Sangeeth, has come up with a nifty PowerShell script which mails the replication health in a host or in a cluster in a nice dashboard format. We thought it would be of help to our customers to get the status of the replicating VMs and their foot print on CPU and in Memory. You can download the script here.
The sample output from the script looks like this. You can add as many recipients as you wish
On a cluster, you can run this script on one of the cluster nodes to get information about all Cluster VMs. You can even run this script to get information from remote host and remote Cluster using “HostorClusterName” parameter. In case of cluster use “isCluster” parameter to tell the script to get information from Cluster rather than on the local node.
Isn’t it simple and easy to get the replication information about VMs?
I tried running this on a Server 2012 R2 host with 3 VM's that replicate to a second Server 2012 R2. The email arrived but didn't list any VM's. This would be really helpful to if a VM isn't replicating.
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