Select a job in the Job Summary pane and right-click to choose Mirror Properties.

This dialog displays the following information about the job, source and target systems:

  • Job Name
  • State (current state of the job; for example, Active)
  • Source System
    • Server – name of source server
    • Source IP – IP address of source server
    • Disk Space – capacity of the source volume
    • Shared Hosts – other systems that have access to this volume via shared storage
  • Target System
    • Server – name of target server
    • Target IP – IP address of target server

You can modify the following settings through the Mirror Properties dialog:

  • Compression Level – specifies the compression level for the given mirror. The value can be set from lowest to highest. We recommend a level of “Medium low”, but users should test several different settings to see what level works best in their specific environment. Compression is typically not required for LAN connections > 100 Mbps.

Note: Any changes made to the compression level setting are automatically propagated to all the systems listed in the Mirror Properties display.

  • Maximum Bandwidth – Specifies the maximum amount of network bandwidth (in kilobits per second) that a particular mirror is allowed to use. A value of 0 means unlimited.

Note: In a multi-target configuration where A is mirroring to B and C, the properties of the mirror between B and C cannot be set until B or C becomes the source.


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