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VSAN storage ploicy

sword12
sword12 asked
Hi vmware Experts

i used to use VSAN default storage policy for our VMs

now i created a new policy with to tolerate 2 physical hosts failure

then i start to edit the storage policy for some VMs

my question

how can i see the progress of the changes on this VMs

i mean when i apply the new policy  VSAN should create another replica for the Vdisks for this VM i want to see the progress

and i want to know such action will put huge load on VSAN itself or not


thnaks
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AlexA lack of information provides a lack of a decent solution.
  1. Log in to the vSphere Web Client.
  2. Select the vCenter Server to which the vSphere Replication appliance is registered.
  3. Click Monitor, then click vSphere Replication.
  4. Select Outgoing Replications to see details of the virtual machines replicated from this site.
  5. Select Incoming Replications to see details of the virtual machines replicated to this site.
    According to the status of a selected replication, you can perform different actions on the replication.


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sorry i dont find how to do it

i found the status of objects but i want to see the percentage of the progress to move from policy to other policy

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