About nonreplicating objects

Content Platform Tenant Management Help

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9.7.x
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MK-95HCPH002-19

For each listed object or object part, the Nonreplicating Objects panel shows the date and time when HCP discovered the nonreplicating object or object part, the version number of the object or object part, the reason why the object or object part was not replicated, and the name of the object or object part.

The possible reasons why an object or object part is nonreplicating are:

Object is not completely written
The object or object part is nonreplicating because the write operation used to create the object was never completed.
Object is temporarily nonreplicating
The object or object part is nonreplicating, but the situation that's causing it to be nonreplicating is most likely temporary. This state is typically due to a system-level issue such as a node becoming unavailable. HCP usually resolves these issues on its own within 24 to 48 hours. If the object or object part remains in this state for more than 48 hours, contact your HCP system administrator.
Object is unavailable or irreparable
The object or object part is nonreplicating because it is unavailable or irreparable.

If HCP subsequently replicates a listed object or object part, the object or object part is removed from the list.

By default, the objects and object parts in the Nonreplicating Objects panel are listed ten at a time in reverse chronological order by discovery time:

  • To view a different number of objects, select the number of objects you want in the Items per page field. The options are 10, 20, 50, and 100.
  • To page forward or backward, click the next () or back () control, respectively.