Site Recovery Manager monitors consumption of resources on the Site Recovery Manager Server host, and it raises an alarm if a resource threshold is reached. You can change the thresholds and the way that Site Recovery Manager raises the alarms.

Procedure

  1. Click Sites in the Site Recovery Manager interface, right-click the site on which to change settings, and select Advanced Settings.
  2. Click localSiteStatus.
  3. Change the settings as needed.

    Option

    Action

    Change the interval at which Site Recovery Manager checks the CPU usage, disk space, and free memory at the local site

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.checkInterval text box.

    Change the name of the local site

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.displayName text box.

    Change the timeout during which Site Recovery Manager waits between raising alarms about CPU usage, disk space, and free memory at the local site

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.eventFrequency text box.

    Change the percentage of CPU usage that causes Site Recovery Manager to raise a high CPU usage event

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.maxCpuUsage text box.

    Change the percentage of free disk space that causes Site Recovery Manager to raise a low disk space event

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.minDiskSpace text box.

    Change the amount of free memory that causes Site Recovery Manager to raise a low memory event

    Type a new value in the localSiteStatus.minMemory text box.

  4. Click OK to save your changes.