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Establishing a Monitoring Schedule

更新日期: 2010年4月

適用於: System Center Data Protection Manager 2010

After you begin protecting your data, DPM operations require little intervention from you. When a situation does require action, you will be informed by an alert. For information about responding to alerts, see Resolving Alerts (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=196772) in DPM 2010 Help. We recommend that you establish a monitoring schedule and follow it routinely so that you are aware of trends and troubleshooting issues, and so that you can respond quickly to any problems that require your attention. The following table lists suggestions for a monitoring schedule.

Suggested Monitoring Schedule

At this interval Check these sources And look for this information

Daily

  • Critical and warning alerts

  • E-mail notifications (if they are configured)

  • Status report

Replica issues, synchronization and recovery point creation issues, agent issues, jobs waiting for tape, backup failures

Monthly

Reports:

  • Status

  • Tape Management

  • Disk Utilization

Trends and patterns that might indicate problems or potential issues

On Demand

Recovery job status

Recovery job failures

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