Gets one or more matching failover recording servers from the VMS.
Get-VmsFailoverRecorder cmdlet returns matching failover recording servers from the VMS configuration.
Failover recording servers can be "unassigned", meaning they have not been added to a failover group. They can also be "hotstandby" servers, meaning they are not a member of a failover group, and they have been selected to be used exclusively for failover of a specific recording server. Finally, a failover server can be in a single failover recorder group.
Failover groups can be selected as either a primary, or secondary failover group for a given recording server, and multiple recording servers can use the same failover group, regardless of the number of failover recording servers in the group.
- Requires VMS connection and will attempt to connect automatically
- Requires VMS version 21.2
- Requires VMS feature "RecordingServerFailover"
When used without parameters, all unassigned and hotstandby failover recording servers are returned.
All failover recording servers that have not been added to a failover group, and have not been selected as a hotstandby are returned.
Only hotstandby recording servers are returned.
This example demonstrates how to use the
-FailoverGroup parameter. It will generate a table of failover recorders and
the name of the failover group they are assigned to.
Returns all unassigned, hotstandby, and failover recording servers assigned to failover groups.
Specifies a FailoverGroup object returned by
Specifies that only hotstandby failover recorders should be returned.
Specifies the GUID of a specific failover recorder, regardless of whether it is in a group, unassigned, or a hotstandby failover recorder.
Specifies that all failover recording servers should be returned from all failover groups, as well as any unassigned or hotstandby failovers.
Specifies that only failover recorders that are unassigned should be returned.
This cmdlet supports the common parameters: -Debug, -ErrorAction, -ErrorVariable, -InformationAction, -InformationVariable, -OutVariable, -OutBuffer, -PipelineVariable, -Verbose, -WarningAction, and -WarningVariable. For more information, see about_CommonParameters.