After the Copy Policies are assigned to resources, schedules are auto created by RMC. The Schedules (HPE Recovery Manager Central > Schedules) screen provides an overview of all the schedules that the appliance is running.

The Job Density graph projects the workload of RMC over a time period — 24 hours, 7 days, or 30 days. The spikes in the graph denote the time when the workload on RMC is high and the troughs denote that the workload is low. Based on the pattern observed from the graph, Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends you to plan your new jobs when the workload on RMC is low.

The Recovery Objectives graph provides details about the Copy Policies that you have assigned for various resources, and how these resources are protected by Recovery Point Objectives (X-axis) and Recovery Time Objectives (Y-axis) combination. The RPOs represent the frequency of schedules and the RTOs represent the time taken to recover data. The Y-axis of the graph describes the tier of protection and hence, the time taken to recover your data. For example, a Cloud Copy takes the maximum time to recover.

To view the schedules specific to an application plug-in, use the Application drop-down option.

The following schedule details are listed:

Application Type

The application plug-in for which the schedule is set.

Resource Name

The application resource or Volume Set for which the schedule is set.

Copy Policy

The Copy policy assigned to the resource.

Next Run Time

The time when the schedule is set to run next.

Recent Runs

Displays the summary of the recent five runs that occurred for all the copy types in the schedule.

The expanded schedule view lists the following details:

Copy Type

The Copy type for which the schedule is set.


The time interval after which the next schedule is set to start.

Target Device

The location where the copies are created.

Next Run Time

The time when the schedule is set to run next for each Copy type.

Recent Runs

Displays the last five run statuses for each Copy type.