Site status events provide information about the status of the protected and recovery sites and the connection between them.

Table 1. Site Status Events

Event

Description

Cause

UnknownStatusEvent

Unknown status

Site Recovery Manager Server status is not available

RemoteSiteDownEvent

Remote site down

Site Recovery Manager Server has lost its connection with the remote Site Recovery Manager Server.

RemoteSitePingFailedEvent

Remote site ping failed

Failures at the remote site or network connectivity problems.

RemoteSiteCreatedEvent

Remote site created

Local site has been successfully paired with the remote site.

RemoteSiteUpEvent

Remote site up

Site Recovery Manager Server re-establishes its connection with the remote Site Recovery Manager Server.

RemoteSiteDeletedEvent

Remote site deleted

Remote Site Recovery Manager site has been deleted.

HbrGroupVmAssociatedEvent

vSphere Replication replicated virtual machine is added to a protection group

A virtual machine replicated by vSphere Replication is added to a protection group.

HbrGroupVmDisassociatedEvent

vSphere Replication replicated virtual machine is removed from a protection group

A virtual machine replicated by vSphere Replication is removed from a protection group.

LocalHmsConnectionDownEvent

Local vSphere Replication Server is down

Repeated connection attempts to vSphere Replication fail.

LocalHmsConnectionUpEvent

The connection to the local vSphere Replication Server has been restored

Connection to vSphere Replication is successful.

LocalHmsPingFailedEvent

The local vSphere Replication Server is not responding

Failure to establish connection to the local vSphere Replication Server

LocalQsConnectionDownEvent

The local inventory service is down

Unable to connect to the local inventory service server. You can specify the number of internal pings to skip before Site Recovery Manager throws LocalQsConnectionDownEvent by adding <connections><qsPanicDelay>integer</qsPanicDelay></connections> in the vmware-dr.xml configuration file.

LocalQsConnectionUpEvent

The connection to the local inventory service is restored

Connection to the local inventory server is successful. You can specify the interval between pings from Site Recovery Manager to the inventory service by adding <connections><qsPingInterval>number of seconds</qsPingInterval></connections> in the vmware-dr.xml configuration file.

LocalQsPingFailedEvent

The local inventory service is not responding

Connection attempt to the local inventory service fails. You can specify the number of internal pings to skip before Site Recovery Manager throws LocalQsPingFailedEvent by adding <connections><qsPingFailedDelay>integer</qsPingFailedDelay></connections> in the vmware-dr.xml configuration file.

LowDiskSpaceEvent

Low disk space

Free disk space on the local site is low.

LowMemoryEvent

Low memory

Available memory on the local site is low.