How to increase the size of the VERITAS Volume Replicator (tm) log volume
This volume should be increased whenever additional data volumes are introduced to the replication data set. In a case where communication is lost between the primary and secondaries, the storage replicator log (SRL) may have to hold all the transactions intended for the data volumes. This implies that a replication volume's capacity should equal that of all the replicated data volumes combined. The following steps show how to increase the replication log volume:
1. Stop the Primary replicated volume group (RVG) by right-clicking on it and choosing
Stop 2. Stop all Secondary RVGs by right-clicking on them and choosing
Stop 3. Detach all Secondary RVGs by right-clicking on them and choosing
Detach 4. In the replication network, browse to the replicator log volume under
all of the RVGs, right-click and choose
Disassociate Replicator Log 5. Resize the replicator log volume in Volume Manager under "volumes" by right-clicking on its name and choosing resize. Repeat the process for all secondaries
Note: It is recommended that the replicator log volume be the same size on all secondaries.
6. In the replication network, browse to the replicator log volume under all RVGs, right-click and choose
Associate Replicator Log 7. Attach all secondaries by right-clicking on them and choosing
Attach. Choose the
Force option when reattaching to avoid the full resync
8. Start all secondaries by right-clicking on them and choosing
Start 9. Start Primary by right-clicking on it and choosing
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