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vRanger 7.8 - Integration Guide for DR Series Disk Backup Appliance

Setting up the DR Series Cleaner

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Maintaining your DR Series appliance > Setting up the DR Series Cleaner

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Select Schedules > Cleaner Schedule.
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Click Schedule to create a schedule, or click Edit Schedule to modify an existing schedule.
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Select or modify the Start Time and Stop Time setpoint values using the Hour and Minutes drop-down lists to create a Cleaner schedule.
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Click Set Schedule for the system to accept your Cleaner schedule, or click Cancel to display the Cleaner Schedule page.
Pending: Displayed when there is any scheduled window set and the current time is outside the scheduled window for the Cleaner operation.
Running: Displayed when the Cleaner operation is running during a scheduled window.
Idle: Displayed only if there is no Cleaner operation running during a scheduled window.

Displaying Cleaner statistics

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For more information about DR Series system CLI commands, see the Quest DR Series System Command Line Reference Guide.

Monitoring performance

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Maintaining your DR Series appliance > Monitoring performance

The Dashboard page contains system status indicators for the current state of the DR Series system (System State), current hardware state (HW State), current number of system alerts (Number of Alerts), and current number of system events (Number of Events). After backup jobs have run, the DR Series tracks Capacity, Storage Savings, and Throughput on the DR Series dashboard. This information is valuable in understanding the benefits the DR Series.
Capacity: Used space and free space available in percentage and total (in gibibytes or tebibytes).
Storage Savings: Total savings in percentage based on time (in minutes), which can be displayed in 1h (one hour — the default), 1d (one day), 5d (five days), 1m (one month), or 1y (one year) durations.
Throughput: For reads and writes in volume based on time (in minutes), which can be displayed in 1h (one hour — the default), 1d (one day), 5d (five days), 1m (one month), or 1y (one year) durations.

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