15.21. Displaying the Status of a Specific Replication Agreement

You can display the status of a specific replication agreement using the command line and in the web console.

15.21.1. Displaying the Status of a Specific Replication Agreement Using the Command-Line

To display the status of a replication agreement using the command line:
# dsconf -D "cn=Directory Manager" ldap://server.example.com repl-agmt status --suffix="dc=example,dc=com" agreement_name
agreement_name Status for agreement_name agmt consumer.example.com:636
Replica Enabled: on
Update In Progress: FALSE
Last Update Start: 19700101000000Z
Last Update End: 19700101000000Z
Number Of Changes Sent: 0
Number Of Changes Skipped: None
Last Update Status: Error (-1) Problem connecting to replica - LDAP error: Can't contact LDAP server (connection error)
Init In Progress: 
Last Init Start: 19700101000000Z
Last Init End: 19700101000000Z
Last Init Status: unavailable
Reap Active: 0
Replication Status: Not in Synchronization: supplier (5bed8467000100010000) consumer (Unavailable)  Reason(Unknown)
Replication Lag Time: Unavailable
This example shows replication currently fails because the consumer.example.com host is unavailable.

15.21.2. Displaying the Status of a Specific Replication Agreement Using the Web Console

To display the status of a replication agreement in the web console:
  1. Open the Directory Server user interface in the web console. See Section 1.4, “Logging Into Directory Server Using the Web Console”.
  2. Select the instance.
  3. Open the Monitoring menu, and select Replication
  4. Select Replication entry from the list in the left pane.
  5. Depending on whether you want to display the status of a replication agreement between Directory Server instances or a Winsync Agreement, select the appropriate tab.
    The Update Status column displays the status of replication agreement.