The following icons are significant on how to interpret the status of SAP resources in a LifeKeeper environment. These icons will show up in the LifeKeeper UI.

Active – Resource is active and in service (Normal state).
Standby – Resource is on the backup node and is ready to take over if the primary resource fails (Normal state).
Failed – Resource has failed; you can try to put the resource in service (right-click on the resource and scroll down to “In Service” and enter). If the resource fails again, then recovery has failed (Failure state).
Attention neededSAP resource has failed or is in a caution state. If it has failed and automatic recovery is enabled (Protection Level Full or Standard), then LifeKeeper will try to automatically recover the resource.
Right-click on the SAP resource and choose Properties. This will show which resource has a caution state. An SAP state of Yellow may be normal, but it signifies that SAP resources are running slow or have performance bottlenecks.
Update protection level – Action icon to allow changing the SAP resource protection level.
Update recovery level – Action icon to allow changing the SAP resource recovery level.
Handle warnings – Action icon to set failure on warnings.
Action icon to select different actions, such as start, stop, migrate or setting maintenance mode.


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