This cmdlet will add a node pair to an existing DataKeeper Job. It is used to expand the nodes and volumes contained within an existing job. For example, if a job exists for a volume between nodes A and B, and you want to add node C, run AddDataKeeperJobPair twice:
- for the new relationship definition between node A and node C
- for the new relationship definition between node B and node C
|The unique job GUID assigned to it when the job was created.
|The FQDN of the first node
|The IP address of the first node that is used for DataKeeper Replication.
|The volume of the first node that is involved in replication.
|The FQDN of the second node.
|The IP address of the second node that is used for DataKeeper Replication.
|The volume of the second node that is involved in replication.
| Valid options are:
Sync – A synchronous mirror
Async – An asynchronous mirror
Disk – These two volumes are a single shared disk
An integer value representing the status of the command. 0 means that the command succeeded, any other value is a Windows error code.
Add-DataKeeperJobPair -JobID a1f1ecc6-649e-476b-bbff-286b815fdd30 -Node1Name example1.domain.com -Node1IP 10.200.8.55 -Node1Volume E -Node2Name example2.domain.com -Node2IP 10.200.8.56 -Node2Volume F -SyncType Async
Add-DataKeeperJobPair a1f1ecc6-649e-476b-bbff-286b815fdd30 example1.domain.com 10.200.8.55 E example2.domain.com 10.200.8.56 F Async