Monitor HBase replication policy job details
When you click a replication policy on the "Replication Policies" page, the "Job History" tab appears. On this tab, you can view the previous replication jobs, current running job, and one future scheduled job for the replication policy.
Replication policy job details
- Type of job. Click the job to view the completed and in-progress steps that Replication Manager takes to complete the job. Here, you can verify whether the first-time setup configuration between the source and destination clusters was successful.
Timestamp when the job Started.
Timestamp when the job Ended.
Duration taken to complete the job.
Progress of the job run.
On the Actions menu, you can perform the following tasks on the HBase replication policy:
|Enables you to edit the replication policy name and description, or delete one
or more tables for the HBase replication policy.
You can also edit Source to delete the tables in the HBase replication policy.
|Removes the HBase replication policy permanently.
You can Force Delete an HBase replication policy after Replication Manager fails to delete the replication policy.
|Pauses an active HBase replication policy. This option appears for target clusters using Cloudera Manager 7.9.0 (Cloudera Manager API** version 51) and higher.You can suspend only the specified replication policy for target clusters using Cloudera Manager with API version lower than 45. However, the Suspend option is not available for clusters using Cloudera Manager with API versions 45 through 50.
|Resumes a suspended HBase replication policy. You can activate only the specified suspended policy for target clusters using Cloudera Manager with API** version lower than 51.
|View command details
|Opens the latest HBase replication policy job page. The steps and substeps
appear in a tree view. The failed steps are expanded by default, showing the last 15
lines of the log.
You can also view the command details for a Hive replication policy on thepanel.
To view the complete log for all the jobs, go to thepage.
|Retry First Time Setup
|Runs the first-time setup configuration between the source and destination
clusters if the first-time setup has failed. This option is available only if the
first-time setup configuration fails.
After you click Retry Create, you can choose:
For more information about these options, see Creating HBase replication policy.
|Retry Failed Snapshots
|Reruns the failed initial snapshots (and only the failed ones) in the
replication policy if the Replication Manager failed to replicate the existing data
of some tables.
This option appears if you selected Active with a Snapshot Failure warning message on the Replication Policies page for the HBase replication policy.during policy creation and Replication Manager failed to replicate the existing data. In this scenario, the policy status shows
|Collect diagnostic bundle
|Generates a diagnostic bundle for the replication policy. You can download the
bundle as a ZIP file to your machine.
Ensure that you are logged into the Cloudera Manager instances for both the source and target clusters before you download the bundle in Replication Manager.
To view and use the replication policies with an empty name in Replication Manager, you must understand the following implementation:**