The DR VM view of the Subclient Peak Usage report displays each unique source VM that is replicated using the DR package.
If you configure storage retention as more than 14 days for a replication group, then license usage will be counted for both the DR VM license and other data protection license types that appear in the Subclient Peak Usage report.
Upgrading to Commvault 11.21 and Later Releases
If you use replication for virtual machines, within 60 days after you upgrade the CommServe server to 11.21 or a later release, you must manually update from the Live Sync license to the DR VM license. After 60 days, live sync replication jobs will no longer run. If you upgrade to 11.21 or a later release, the replication source VMs will appear in both the Live Sync page and the DR VM page in the License Summary report. The source VMs are not counted twice, but the information about the source VMs appears in both locations.
To request the DR VM license, on the Maintenance Advantage portal, go to Product Registration & License Management.
For instructions about adding a license in the Command Center, see Adding a License in the Command Center.
For instructions about adding a license in the CommCell Console, see Adding a License in the CommCell Console.
The DR VM license covers each unique source VM that is replicated using the Commvault DR package.
Where to Access the Report
To view this report, in the Subclient Peak Usage Report, in the DR VM Peak Usage Per Month chart, click a bar.
DR VM Peak Usage Details Table
This table displays each unique source VM that is replicated using the DR package.
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 Table
This table displays the size of data protection jobs that run for license types other than the capacity license on the source VMs. If there are no other license types purchased, this table appears blank.
The ID of the client computer.
The client computer.
The ID for the job.
The type of job that ran, such as Backup.
The ID of the license.
The type of license.
The ID of the agent type.
The type of agent.
The ID of the instance.
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.
The ID of the organization.
The organization that owns the client computer.
The plan that is associated with the subclient and the storage policy.