The DR VM peak usage per month chart displays the highest number of unique source VMs that consumed the DR VM license during each of the previous 12 months.
Only some of the columns appear by default. You can view any additional columns by using the Columns setting.
To view this report, in the License Peak Usage Report, in the VM only peak usage per month chart, click a bar.
Peak DR VMs
The Peak DR VMs table displays the largest unique source VMs in the CommCell environment during the specified month.
Source VM ID
The ID that is assigned to the source VM.
Source VM Name
The source VM that is replicated.
The ID that is assigned to the organization that owns the source VM.
The organization that owns the source VM.
The plan that is associated with the source VM.
Peak usages excluded from capacity because of DR VM license
The Peak usages excluded from capacity because of DR VM license table displays the jobs that were excluded from capacity because they were protected by the DR VM license.
The ID of the license.
The type of license.
The ID for the job that ran.
The type of job that ran, such as Backup.
The ID of the client computer.
The client computer where the hypervisor host is located.
The ID of the agent type.
The type of agent.
The ID of the instance.
The type of hypervisor, such as VMware or Azure.
Backup Set ID
The ID of the backup set.
The backup set that is associated with the subclient.
The ID of the subclient.
The subclient that was backed up.
Storage Policy ID
The ID of the storage policy.
The storage policy that is associated with the subclient.
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.
The ID of the organization.
The organization that owns the client computer.
The plan that is associated with the subclient and the storage policy.