The following information is available for snap backup and backup copy jobs.
Note: Some information applies to specific types of jobs. For example, some information only applies to data aging jobs.
Page or Tile
The system-generated ID for the snap copy job. Click the job ID to open the job summary dialog box.
The job type, for example, Snap Backup.
The server that performed the Snap Backup or Backup job.
The agent type, for example, virtual server.
The collection of data (subclient) that the software used for the job.
The server group the job is associated with.
The amount of data that the job is processing or processed.
The job status description, for example, Completed.
Backup copy job ID
The id of the snap backup copy jobs for the VM
Backup copy status
The granular view of the VM that shows the Successful or Pick status of the snap backup copy and backup copy jobs.
Show admin jobs
The job history details for both the snap backup copy and backup copy jobs.
Hide admin jobs
The job history details for only the snap backup copy jobs.
The time the software started the job.
The time the job ended.
The total time the job ran.
The percentage of the job that is complete.
The type of backup job run, for example, Full.
Job started from
How the job was started, for example, Interactive.
Indicates whether or not encryption is enabled.
Applies to: data aging jobs
The name of the storage policy associated with the job.
For database jobs, this is the instance that the job used.
The time that it took for the software to transfer the data.
Data transferred on network
The amount of data transferred through the network. This amount of data is calculated by adding all the data written attempts by the job.
If the job completed with multiple attempts or if the data included sparse files, metadata, and so on, the data transferred may be larger than the application size.
Indicates whether or not the backup job included the system state.
The count of failed folders and files, and the corresponding list of failed items.
The average data transfer rate (in GB of data per hour) based on all data transfer attempts that have taken place, and the percentage of time spent in the following activities: read, write, network, and DDB lookup.
Size of the data stored on the media. This is the size of the data after deduplication and compression, if employed. This amount also includes metadata information, so in some cases, it could be larger than the actual size of the backed up data.
Estimated Media Size
The estimated space occupied by the backed up data on the media. For deduplicated data, this also includes any pruned data referenced by the backup job.
Applies to: data aging jobs
Job pending reason
The reason the job failed.
The number of files and folders scanned during backup.
Job details (during scan phase)
Number of objects backed up
The count of the objects currently backed up as a part of the job.
Job details (after scan phase)