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Question asked by Alessandro Narzisi on Sep 2, 2016

Hi to all,

 

in our infrastructure we are using cow snapshots we use cli with horcm configuration more and more time. I would ask to the comunity some  information about this type of local replication:

 

1) is it possible to know the timestamp of the snapshot? I try to explain well if i created a snapshot one month ago with paircreate -g$GRP -IM$HORCMISTANCE, how can determinate today the timestamp of the snapshot? Now we use a comment on horcm with the date of the snapshot. Is this information write in some parts of the snapshots (i know that in cli log there is a track, but if i delete the log?)

 

2) is it possible to determinate the duration of parresync -restore ? i see with paircreate that there is a %, but i would know if is it possible calculate the number of block changed and the approsimative time.

 

Thanks to all and sorry if the answers are stupid.

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