Replication Volume Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.Windows.DfsReplication.Volume
  • Description:  Volumes on the monitored computer that host DFS Replicated folders.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Object
    Configuration Item
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    Replication Volume

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
Login
This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was able to contact a domain controller to retrieve configuration information. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer encountered a failure while writing to its debug logs. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was unable to initialize debug logging. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer resumed replication after a backup/restore operation. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service encountered any errors on a volume that would cause it to stop replication. Monitors whether any internal database errors occurred on a volume that hosts replicated folders. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer detected a deletion or loss of the NTFS change journal for a volume hosting replicated folders. This monitor checks whether the change journal has wrapped for a volume hosting one or more replicated folders. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was unable to recover automatically from an NTFS change journal wrap or loss error. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer detected an unexpected shutdown. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was able to create an NTFS change journal for a volume hosting one or more replicated folders. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on a monitored computer needs to recreate a volume database. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer encountered frequent NTFS change journal wraps. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer detected an inconsistent volume configuration. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer detected that an unsupported volume was configured for replication. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer stopped as a result of encountering an internal error. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was able to register with the RPC subsystem. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service is currently stopped on the monitored computer. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer noticed duplicate configuration objects while polling Active Directory Domain Services for configuration information. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer noticed an incompatible Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) schema while polling for configuration information. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer noticed an inconsistent configuration while polling Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer noticed an invalid configuration object while polling Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) for configuration information. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer encountered an invalid configuration parameter either in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) or in a locally stored XML configuration file. This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was able to update its configuration in Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). This monitor checks whether the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer was unable to register its WMI provider. Volumes on the monitored computer that host DFS Replicated folders. Properties and configuration settings for the DFS Replication service on the monitored computer.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Asset Status Asset status
Database Path The path to the DFS Replication service's database for a volume hosting replicated folders on the monitored computer.
Display Name Display name of the object.
Notes Notes
Object Status Object status
State The state of the volume hosting replicated folders on the monitored computer.
Volume GUID (Key) The GUID of a volume hosting replicated folders on the monitored computer.

Discovered By

Name Description
Discover volumes hosting replicated folders on monitored computer. This discovery rule discovers volumes hosting DFS Replicated folders on the monitored computer.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Owned By User Configuration Item Reference
Affects Customers Configuration Item Reference
Serviced By User Configuration Item Reference
Contains Configuration Item Configuration Item Membership
Is Related to Configuration Item Configuration Item Reference
Config Item References Location Configuration Item Reference
Entity Watched By Perspective Object Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
'Monitored computer' Hosts 'Replication Volumes' Replication Volume Hosting
'Replication Service' Contains 'Replication Volumes' Replication Volume Membership

Class Knowledgebase

Summary

This class represents a list of volumes hosting one or more replicated folders on a monitored computer. A replicated folder is a folder that stays synchronized on each DFS Replication member. As the data changes in each replicated folder, the changes are replicated across connections between the members of the replication group. A replication group is a set of servers, known as members, which participates in the replication of one or more replicated folders. The DFS Replication service stores information about files replicated by it within a database. This database is unique per volume and contains records for all files belonging to replicated folders configured on that volume.

The properties of this class are retrieved by querying the DFS Replication WMI class DfsrVolumeInfo. The properties of this class are set by the discovery rule “Discover volumes hosting replicated folders on monitored computer”.

External References
This class does not contain any external references.

See Also for DFS Replication Monitoring Management Pack


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