Data Views for the Backup Job Summary Report (Web)

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This report displays information about all backup jobs completed for the entities that you specify, in the time period that you specify.

Job Status

This chart displays the number of backup jobs in each status during the specified time period. The percentage of jobs in each status is also displayed.

Jobs by Agents

This chart displays the number of agents installed in the CommCell environment.

Jobs by Hypervisor

This chart displays the number of each hypervisor type in the CommCell environment.

Summary

This table includes information about all backup jobs that ran during the specified time period.

Column

Description

Job Status

The status of the job, such as Completed or Killed.

Total Jobs

The total number of jobs in this status.

Size of Application

The size of backup jobs in this status.

Media Size

The amount of storage media consumed by jobs in this status.

Protected Objects

The number of objects protected by jobs in this status.

Failed Objects

The number of objects that were not backed up by jobs in this status.

Failed Folders

The number of folders that were not backed up by jobs in this status.

Job Details

This table includes information about each backup job that ran during the specified time period.

Column

Description

CommCell

The name of the CommServe computer.

Job ID

The identifier that was assigned to the backup job.

Server

The name of the client computer where the backup job ran.

Client ID

The ID for the server.

Company

The company associated with the client computer.

Agent

The type of agent where the backup job ran.

Instance

The name of the instance where the backup job ran.

VM Hypervisor Type

The vendor name of the hypervisor where VMs are located.

Backup Set

The name of the backup set where the backup job ran.

Subclient

The name of the subclient where the backup job ran.

Type

Type of job, such as Backup or Synthetic Full.

Backup Type

The type of backup job, such as Full or Incremental.

MediaAgent

The MediaAgent that was used to move the backup to storage.

Backup Window

The day when the backup is configured to run.

Start Time

The date and time when the backup job initiated.

End Time

The date and time when the backup job stopped.

Duration (mins)

The amount of time the job ran.

Application Size

The amount of data that was included in the backup job.

Media Size

The amount of media that was consumed by the backup job.

Storage Policy

The storage policy associated with the subclient.

Network Size

The size of network used for the backup.

Protected Objects

The number of protected objects in the backup job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Objects

The number of objects that failed to back up during the job.

For Windows and UNIX File System agents, only files are counted as objects. Folders and directories are not counted as objects.

Failed Folders

The number of folders that failed to back up during the job.

Job Status

The status of the backup job such as Completed, Killed, or Failed.

Dedup Savings (%)

The percentage of data that was saved through deduplication.

Server Groups

The server group that the client computer belongs to.

Failure Reason

If applicable, reason that the job failed.

Sync Source Files and Backup Index

An indication of whether the option Sync Source Files and Backup Index is enabled on the subclient.

Throughput (GB/Hour)

The amount of data throughput in gigabytes per hour.

VM Backup Size

The size of the virtual machine backup

VM Guest Size

The amount of used space in the volumes on the virtual machine.

Proxy

The VM proxy.

VM Guest Tools

For VMware instances, the version of the VMware Tools software that is installed on the virtual machine. For Hyper-V instances, the version of the Integration Services software installed on the virtual machine.

VM CBT Status

Indicates whether the journal was used to identify data blocks that changed since the last incremental backup.

VM GUID

The ID for the VM.

VM Host

The machine that hosts the VM.

VM Datastore

The datastore where the VM disk is located on a storage array.

Virtualization Client

The client that you use to initiate backup operations and restore operations.

Virtual Server

The server where the virtual machines are located.

Parent Job ID

The ID of the original backup job that is used to create additional backup copies.

Retain Data Until

The final date that data is retained.