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Replication for recovered virtual machine

Posted on 2013-06-14
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Hi,

I am new to Vmware Replication. We are using replication (not SRM) 5.1 between two sites (A & B). Email Server is running on Site A and replicating on Site B. Recently due to crash of the Email Server, we have recovered the VM in Site B using vSphere Replication. Now, in vSphere replication console , under Outgoing Replications we have found the status of the Mail Server replication as "Recovered" and none of the options was highlighted other than "Stop". I have the following queries

1) If I click Stop, what will happen?

2) What i have to do if i want to continue the replication?

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After a successfull replication, it stops sending replication data to the recovery site.So you just need to clik on stop & then configure the replication again to continue the replcation.

For more info refer

Page no 45

http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-51/topic/com.vmware.ICbase/PDF/vsphere-replication-51-admin.pdf
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