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Managing Vaults

The Replibit Vault is the datacenter component of Replibit. Because the Vault receives replicated Protected System data, it is important that you perform basic administrative tasks to ensure the integrity of your data.

Whether you are vaulting to the Axcient Cloud or to your own Private Cloud datacenter, you can perform various management tasks within the Vault Web interface. For example, you can:

  • Monitor alerts, and

  • View system information.

If you vault to your own Private Cloud datacenter, you are responsible for performing hardware maintenance tasks.

If you vault to the Axcient Cloud, these tasks are performed for you by the Axcient team. 

Monitoring Alerts in the Vault Web Interface

The Alerts tab shows the status of any active or recent alerts generated by the Vault. For example, you can track replication status, storage failures, and more.

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The following alerts can be generated by the Vault:

Degraded Storage Volume in ZFS Pool

The Degraded Storage Volume in ZFS Pool alert is generated if a Vault storage volume has been marked as degraded.

This alert will display in the Alerts tab. Optionally, you can configure an Email alert or a ConnectWise alert.

ZFS Pool Offline

The ZFS Pool Offline alert is generated if the entire ZFS Storage Pool is offline.

This alert will display in the Alerts tab. Optionally, you can configure an Email alert or a ConnectWise alert.

Storage Pool at 80% Capacity

The Storage Pool at 80% Capacity alert is generated when storage capacity for the Vault is over 80% full.

This alert will display in the Alerts tab. Optionally, you can configure an Email alert or a ConnectWise alert.

End User Disk Quota at 80% Capacity

The End User Disk Quota alert is generated if disk quota configured for a Customer reaches 80% of the specified limit. Replication will become blocked for the customer when storage usage reaches 100% of the defined limit.

This alert will display in the Alerts tab. Optionally, you can configure an Email alert or a ConnectWise alert.

Boot VM Check

The Boot VM Check email report provides a complete list of Boot VM Check results. You can also access this information in the Global Management Portal.

For instructions on integrating with ConnectWise, please reference the Integrating with ConnectWise section of this guide.

To view alerts in the Vault Web interface:

  1. Log in to the Vault Web interface.

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  2. In the left-hand navigation menu, click the Alerts tab. The Alerts page displays, listing active alerts.

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  3. In the Alerts page, read each alert to understand important events that occur in the system.

    1. Use the Status column to view the status of alerts. Alert status can be Active, Closed, or Auto Cleared.

    2. Hover your mouse over icons in the Status column to read their text label.

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Viewing Vault System Information

You can monitor Vault system information from the System Info page in the Vault Web interface. The System Info page displays detailed information about CPU usage, running processes, network data, disk usage, and more.

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To view Vault system information:

  1. Log in to the Vault Web interface.

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  2. In the left-hand navigation menu, click the System Info tab. The System Info page displays, showing an overview and summary of the system status of the Vault.

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  3. In the System Info page, review the following sections:

    1. In the Local System Details section, review the system name, operating system, and RAM capacity details.

    2. In the Disk Usage Statistics section, review information about each disk. You can view the name of the disk, as well as space used and space available.

    3. In the Volumes section, review information about the Operating System volume. For example, you can view the encryption status, total space, used space, and free space.

    4. In the Network Interfaces section, review network details, such as the MAC and IP address.

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