The DDB Pruning Performance Anomaly report displays information about the unusual performance drop in for the deduplication database that reported the issue. The performance of a deduplication database is considered as unusual when the deduplication database prunable blocks or CommServe job records that should be deleted does not drop for a considerable period of time.
Where to Access the Report
From the DDB Pruning Performance Anomaly email alert, click the link to the report, and then view the report on the Web Console.
Who Can View the Report
To view the default reports on the Web Console, your CommCell user account requires the following:
A role that has the Report Management permission
An association with the CommCell entity, client group, or client computer that the report is about
See CommServe Anomaly Alert in the List of Predefined Alerts.