From the Volume Resource Properties page, select the Replication Settings button to set the compression level, the network throttling or the LifeKeeper for Windows Delete Mirror flag for a replicated volume.
|Select Targets||Select the target server to which the action should be applied.|
|Set Compression Level|| Specify the compression level for the selected replicated volume.
Valid values are 0 to 9. Level 0 is “no compression”. Values from1 to 9 specify increasingly CPU-intensive levels of compression. Compression level 1 is a “fast” compression – it does not require as much CPU time to compress the data but results in larger (less compressed) network packets. Level 9 is the maximum amount of compression – it results in the smallest network packets but requires the most CPU time. The level can be set to somewhere in between to balance CPU usage and network efficiency based on your system, network and workload.
Default is 0.
|Set Network Throttling|| The Bandwidth Throttle setting (specified in kilobits per second) limits the amount of network bandwidth that the replicated volume can use for resync and normal volume writes.
Default is 0.
|Set LifeKeeper for Windows Delete Mirror Flag|| The LifeKeeper for Windows Delete Mirror Flag controls the behavior during delete of the LifeKeeper for Windows resource for the replicated volume. When deleting the LifeKeeper for Windows volume resource, if the flag is set to True, then LifeKeeper for Windows will delete the mirror; otherwise, the mirror will remain.
Select True if you want the mirror deleted when the volume resource is unextended or removed from LifeKeeper for Windows.
Select False if you want the mirror to remain intact.
Default is True if mirror is created using LifeKeeper GUI. Default is False if mirror is created outside of LifeKeeper GUI.
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