In SafeHaven 3.1, you may find yourself having to manually map or resync disks. Here is the recommended procedure for doing that.
Open->Start->SafeHaven DraaS...Folder, and select "tools" (while running as administrator).
In the tools menu, type in "DgSyncEX.exe list" which will show the list of source/targe disks and their percentage of replication. If there are disks that are not mapped, or a percentage that is less than 100%, the process must be completed.
First, login to your production VM, and open up the aforementioned SafeHaven Tools program.
Run "DgSynxEx.exe list" to verify the sync progress and health status.
To manually start the disk sync, simply type "DgSyncEx.exe sync report".
If you find that all your disks must be remapped, you can run the dgcleandiskpairs.bat to remove them all and start over again.
Mapping Individual Disks Manually
If you should find yourself required to map Individual disks manually (i.e. if there are more than 5 disks which is the max shown in the GUI, then you will need to map the additional disks through the command line. This is done through the same tools application. In the this example we are mapping disk 5 to disk 11. It is highly recommended that you always verify which disks are being mapped by comparing the contents of disk manager (diskmgmt.msc)).
1. DgSyncEx.exe select disk 5 2. DgSyncEx.exe mark 3. DgSyncEx.exe Map Disk 11 4. DgSyncEx.exe Set Rate 81920 5. DgSyncEx.exe Sync Report
The sync rate command governs the speed at which writes are mirrored to the local cache or local replica, depending on the Protection Type used within a given Protection Group.
Clearing existing mapping can be accomplished by running the "cleanalldiskpairs.bat" files under the SafeHaven tools menu or by removing the appropriate registry key:
Delete Pair X (first two keys after default are disk numbers)
IMPROPERLY MAPPING DISKS HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO OVERWRITE PRODUCTION DISKS WITH THE CONTENTS OF OTHER DISKS. ENSURE THAT YOUR DISK MAPPING HAS BEEN VALIDATED IN DISK MANAGER (diskmgmt.msc) OR THAT THIS ACTION IS BEING SUPERVISED BY SAFEHAVEN ENGINEERING OR ONBOARDING ENGINEERING.