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VM Sockets in the License Summary Report

The VM Sockets view of the License Summary Report displays usage details for the VM Socket license, including the number of sockets on each hypervisor host and each job that ran on the hypervisor host.

Included Components

VM sockets on physical hypervisor hosts configured with the Virtual Server Agent for all supported hypervisors are included in the VM Sockets license.

Usage Calculation

For detailed information about how the software calculates usage of the VM Sockets license, see Usage Calculation for the VM Sockets License.

Where to Access the Report

To view this report, in the License Summary Report, in the Virtualization Licenses table under License, click VM Sockets.

VM Sockets

The VM Sockets table displays the number of sockets on each hypervisor host. If you have not purchased the VM Sockets license, the report displays the VM sockets that could be protected by this license.

Column

Description

Hypervisor Host

The hypervisor host where VM sockets are located.

Sockets

The number of sockets on the hypervisor host.

Company ID

The ID that is assigned to the organization.

Company

The organization that owns the client computer.

Plan

The plan that is associated with the hypervisor host.

Usages excluded from capacity because of VM Socket license

The Usages excluded from capacity because of VM Socket license table displays the size of jobs that run for license types, other than the capacity license, on the hypervisor hosts. If there are no other license types purchased, this table appears blank.

Column

Description

License ID

The ID of the license.

License

The type of license.

Job ID

The ID for the job that ran.

Job Type

The type of job that ran, such as Backup.

Client ID

The ID of the client computer.

Client

The client computer where the hypervisor host is located.

Agent ID

The ID of the agent type.

Agent

The type of agent.

Instance ID

The ID of the instance.

Instance

The type of hypervisor, such as VMware or Azure.

Backup Set ID

The ID of the backup set.

Backup Set

The backup set that is associated with the subclient.

Subclient ID

The ID of the subclient.

Subclient

The subclient that was backed up.

Storage Policy ID

The ID of the storage policy.

Storage Policy

The storage policy that is associated with the subclient.

Usage

The amount of data that was backed up.

For Protected VMs, the sum of guest sizes for each VM that was backed up under a subclient.

If a VM is backed up under two different subclients, then the software counts only the most recent backup job for the VM.

Company ID

The ID of the organization.

Company

The organization that owns the client computer.

Plan

The plan that is associated with the subclient and the storage policy.

Last modified: 3/28/2019 4:02:20 PM