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Rapid Recovery 6.3 - User Guide

Introduction to Rapid Recovery The Core Console Repositories Core settings Managing privacy Encryption Protecting machines
About protecting machines with Rapid Recovery Understanding the Rapid Recovery Agent software installer Deploying Agent to multiple machines simultaneously from the Core Console Using the Deploy Agent Software Wizard to deploy to one or more machines Modifying deploy settings Understanding protection schedules Protecting a machine About protecting multiple machines Enabling application support Settings and functions for protected Exchange servers Settings and functions for protected SQL servers
Managing protected machines Credentials Vault Snapshots and recovery points Replication Events Reporting VM export Restoring data Bare metal restore
About bare metal restore BMR Windows and Linux Understanding boot CD creation for Windows machines Managing a Linux boot image Performing a bare metal restore using the Restore Machine Wizard Using the Universal Recovery Console for a BMR Performing a bare metal restore for Linux machines Verifying a bare metal restore
Managing aging data Archiving Cloud accounts Core Console references REST APIs Glossary

Understanding the Failure report

The Failure report is a subset of the Job report and is available for the Rapid Recovery Core and for machines protected on the Core. A Failure report includes only the canceled and failed jobs listed in the Job report, and compiles them into a single report that can be printed and exported. If the report generates with a blank row, there are no errors within the date range specified in your report criteria.

NOTE: Results for target Cores and protected machines parameters appear for the Core-level report only.

For information on how to generate a Job report from the Core, see Generating a Core report on demand. For information on how to generate a Job report for a protected machine, see Generating a protected machine report on demand.

When you generate a Failure report, a summary table appears, showing a row for each job in the date range you specified. In addition to listing the appropriate Core, protected machine, and job type, each row includes:

  • A summary of the job
  • The job status
  • Any errors related to the job
  • The start and end dates for the job
  • The job duration in seconds
  • The total work in MB

Understanding the Summary report

The Summary report is available for one or more Cores. This report is not available from reports for a protected machine. The Summary report includes information about the repositories on the selected Rapid Recovery Core and about the machines protected by that Core. The information appears as two summaries within one report.

For information on how to generate a Summary report, see Generating reports from the Core Console.

Report parameters for this report type include:

  • Date range
  • Protected machines

When you generate a Summary report, report details include selection criteria for the report, as well as information about repositories and protected machines.

Core information

The Core portion of the Summary Report includes data regarding the Rapid Recovery Core being reported. This information includes:

  • The license key (identifier)
  • The current version of the Rapid Recovery Core software

Repositories summary

The Repositories portion of the Summary Report includes data for the repositories located on the selected Rapid Recovery Core. This information includes:

  • The number of repositories in the Rapid Recovery Core
  • A summary of repositories on the Core.

Protected machines summary

The Protected machines portion of the Summary report includes data for all machines protected by the selected Rapid Recovery Core or Cores. This includes a chart and a summary table.

The chart shows protected machines by the ratio of successful jobs (of any type), compared to failed jobs. (Canceled jobs are not considered for these statistics.)

The X or horizontal axis shows the number of protected machines. The Y or vertical axis shows tiers of success. Specifically, the Y axis shows, by protected machine, how many had:

  • No jobs performed
  • Less than 50% success rate
  • 50% or more success rate
  • 100% success rate

Below the chart, information appears about protected machines. This information includes:

  • The amount of protected machines
  • The number of protected machines with failed jobs
  • A summary table, by protected machine, which shows:
    • Protected machine name
    • Volumes protected by the machine
    • Protected space, in GB (total and current)
    • Daily change rate (average and median)
    • Job statistics (success, completed, failed, canceled)
    • If encryption was applied
  • The Core version

Understanding the Repository report

The Repository report includes information about the repositories on the selected Rapid Recovery Core and about the machines protected by that Core. The information appears as two summaries within one report.

For information on how to generate a Repository report from the Core, see Generating a Core report on demand.

Report parameters for this report type include only repositories.

When you generate a Repository report, report details for each repository includes a summary list of repositories on the Core.

Understanding the Classic Summary report

The Classic Summary report provides a summary over the selected period for a variety of useful metrics for your Core.

The top portion includes three pie charts:

  • The first shows job statistics (successful, canceled, and failed jobs).
  • The second pie chart shows space consumed per repository in GB.
  • The third pie chart displays snapshot statistics (successful, canceled, and failed jobs).

Following the pie charts in the report is a trend chart showing repository usage.

Finally, the report includes a summary of protected machines.

For information about how to generate a Classic Summary report, see Generating reports from the Core Console.

NOTE: In release 6.2x, this report was known as the Core Nostalgia Report.

Report parameters for this report type include:

  • Date range
  • The Core on which you want to report
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