Managing Ranger replication policies

After you create a Ranger replication policy in CDP Private Cloud Base Replication Manager, you can perform and monitor various tasks related to the replication policy. You can view the job progress and replication logs. You can edit the advanced options to optimize a job run. You can suspend a job and also activate a suspended job.

Replication policy details

The Replication Policies page shows a row of information for each replication policy and the following columns for each replication policy:
  • Internally generated ID for the replication policy. Click the column label to sort the replication policies.
  • Replication policy Name that you provide during replication policy creation.
  • Replication policy Type.
  • Source cluster in the replication policy.
  • Destination cluster in the replication policy.
  • Replication job Progress.
  • Timestamp when the last replication job Completed.
  • Timestamp of Next Run of replication policy job.

Actions menu

The Actions menu provides the following options:

Action Description
Show History Click to open the Replication History page for a replication policy.

The Replication History page shows the replication policy Name, replication policy Type, Source cluster name, Destination cluster name, and the timestamp of Next Run of the replication policy job.

The Replication History page shows the following summary about replicated Ranger policies in a successful Ranger replication policy:
  • Total policies in the replication policy.
  • Created or the number of Ranger policies that were successfully replicated.
  • Number of Ranger policies that were not replicated and Failed.
  • Number of Ranger policies Skipped during replication.
  • Number of Ranger policies there were Skipped due to timeout during replication.
Edit Configuration Click to change the replication policy options as required.
Run Now Click to initiate the replication policy job.
Collect Diagnostic Data Click to open the Send Diagnostic Data modal window, where you can collect replication-specific diagnostic data for the last 10 runs of the replication policy.
In the Send Diagnostic Data modal window, you can perform the following steps:
  1. Select Send Diagnostic Data to Cloudera to automatically send the bundle to Cloudera Support. You can also enter a ticket number and comments when sending the bundle.
  2. Click Collect and Send Diagnostic Data for Replication Manager to generate the bundle and open the Replication Diagnostics Command screen.
  3. Click Download Result Data to download the ZIP file containing the bundle to your machine.
Disable | Enable Click to disable or enable the replication policy respectively. No further replications are scheduled for disabled replication policies.
Delete Click to remove the replication policy permanently from Replication Manager.