maprcli dump rereplicationinfo command enables you to view information about the re-replication of containers. For best results, use the
-json option when running
dump rereplicationinfo from the command line.
Re-replication occurs whenever the number of available replica containers drops below the number prescribed by that volume's replication factor. Re-replication may occur for a variety of reasons including replica container corruption, node unavailability, hard disk failure, or an increase in replication factor.
maprcli dump rereplicationinfo [-cluster <cluster name>]
The cluster on which to run the command. If this parameter is omitted, the command is run on the same cluster where it is issued. In multi-cluster contexts, you can use this parameter to specify a different cluster on which to run the command.
maprcli dump rereplicationinfo command returns information about the ongoing re-replication of replica containers including the destination IP address and port number, the ID number of the destination file server, and the ID number of the destination storage pool.
The amount of data (in MB) being moved.
The ID number (FSID) of the destination file server.
The IP address and port number of the destination node.
The ID number (SPID) of the destination storage pool.