Which status may a protected group of the OceanStor ReplicationDirector be in?

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A protected group of the OceanStor ReplicationDirector (mainstream version: V100R003C10) may be in one of the following statuses:
1. Normal: indicates that the protected objects in the protected group are under protection.
2. Disabled: indicates that the protected group is disabled.
3. Invalid: indicates that the protected group is not under protection because its protected objects have been modified, for example, storage devices are changed or the synchronization between two ends fails. In addition, after a protected group switchover, the protected group changes to the invalid state.
4. Locked: indicates that a migration is being implemented for the protected group as specified in the recovery plan and no operation can be performed on the protected group.
5. Executing: indicates that the protected group execution has been automatically or manually triggered and data is being synchronized.

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Introduction to protected groups of the OceanStor ReplicationDirector
Protected groups are service objects that are protected by the disaster recovery management system. Protected groups consist of protected objects and protection policies. You can create protected groups for various protected objects such as databases, local host file systems, LUNs, NAS file systems, and VMs. Select different protection policies to implement disaster recovery based on RPO/RTO requirements.

Protected objects supported by the OceanStor ReplicationDirector
The OceanStor ReplicationDirector (mainstream version: V100R003C10) supports disaster recovery for the following protected objects: Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, Microsoft Exchange Server, local file system, NAS file system, storage LUN, VMware VM, and FusionSphere VM.

Introduction to the OceanStor ReplicationDirector host and host group
In OceanStor ReplicationDirector, a host refers to an application server deployed at the production site or disaster recovery site. A host protected at the production site is called a production host, and a host used for testing or disaster recovery at the disaster recovery site is called a disaster recovery host. A host group is a collection of one or more hosts of the same type.

Automatic detection of protected objects by the OceanStor ReplicationDirector
The OceanStor ReplicationDirector (mainstream version: V100R003C10) supports automatic detection of protected objects. 1. Automatic detection of applications When discovering service hosts, the OceanStor ReplicationDirector automatically detects database applications on the service hosts. It can automatically detect mainstream databases such as Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, and IBM DB2, as well as mainstream applications such as Microsoft Exchange Server. 2. Automatic detection of storage When discovering applications, the OceanStor ReplicationDirector automatically detects storage used by the applications. 3. Automatic detection of VMs When discovering virtualized infrastructures, the OceanStor ReplicationDirector automatically detects VMs running on the infrastructures.

Local protection and recovery supported by the OceanStor ReplicationDirector
The OceanStor ReplicationDirector (mainstream version: V100R003C10) supports local protection and recovery. The OceanStor ReplicationDirector manages snapshot-based local recovery plans and provides local backup and protection for various applications.

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