The IP address of the HBR Server in the secondary site
where this VM is replicated to.
The set of the disks of this VM that are configured for
A generation number (>=0) that reflects the "freshness" of the
ReplicationConfigSpec on which a re-configuration is based. The
generation number is used to detect and disallow concurrent
updates to a VM's replication settings.
For initial replication enablement, generation = 0. The
replication settings of every replication re-configuration
operation must reflect the latest generation number known to the
caller. It takes an explicit call to get the latest replication
settings to find out what the latest generation number is. The
update algorithm of the generation number is opaque to the
caller; e.g., the caller cannot assume that the generation
numbers are incremented by one every time replication is
(re)configured, not even that they are changing monotonically.
Flag that indicates whether or not compression should
be used when sending traffic over the network.
The primary will negotiate the best compression with
the server on the secondary if this is enabled.
Since vSphere API 6.0
Flag that indicates whether or not to perform opportunistic
updates in-between consistent replicas.
TODO: This may be removed from the final product.
Flag that indicates whether or not the vm or group has been paused for
The port on the HBR Server in the secondary site where this VM
is replicated to.
Flag that indicates whether or not to quiesce the file system or
applications in the guest OS before a consistent replica is
The Recovery Point Objective specified for this VM, in minutes.
Currently, valid values are in the range of 1 minute to 1440
minutes (24 hours).
An opaque identifier that uniquely identifies a replicated VM
between primary and secondary sites.
Properties inherited from DynamicData