Power Shell Script to show the status of Hyper Replication.

 

$ReplicatedVMs = Get-VMReplication;

If ($ReplicatedVMs.Length -GT 0) {
# VMs with replication enabled found

# Document VM replication health
ForEach ($VM in $ReplicatedVMs) {
If (($VM.ReplicationHealth -Eq “Warning”) -Or ($VM.ReplicationHealth -Eq “Critical”)) {
# Current VM has replication issues

# Add current broken VM’s relevant objects to multidimensional array
$ReplicatedVMs_Broken += ,@($VM.VMName, $VM.ReplicationHealth);
}

# Add current VM’s relevant objects to multidimensional array
$ReplicatedVMs_All += ,@($VM.VMName, $VM.ReplicationHealth);
}

# Generate output part 1/2 and MAX RemoteManagement exit codes
If ($ReplicatedVMs_Broken.Length -Eq 0) {
# VM replication issues not found

Write-Host “SUCCESS. Found no VMs with replication issues. Details:”;

# Set exit code to pass MAX RemoteManagement check
$ExitCode = 0;
} Else {
# VM replication issues found

Write-Host “FAIL. Found VMs with replication issues. Details:”;

# Set exit code to fail MAX RemoteManagement check
$ExitCode = 1;
}

# Generate output part 2/2
For ($i = 0; $i -NE $ReplicatedVMs_All.Length; $i++) {
$Output = ‘VM “‘ + $ReplicatedVMs_All[$i][0] + ‘” replication health “‘ + $ReplicatedVMs_All[$i][1] + ‘”‘;

Write-Host $Output;
}
} Else {
# Found no VMs with replication enabled

Write-Host “Found no VMs with replication enabled.”;

# Set exit code to pass  RemoteManagement check
$ExitCode = 0;
}

Exit $ExitCode;

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