2 NetVault SmartDisk displays the statistics described under Reviewing the list of NetVault SmartDisk statistics.
NOTE: Questrecommends that you use one of the following browsers when viewing NetVault SmartDisk statistics: Mozilla®, Safari, or Konqueror. Truncation might occur with Internet Explorer® because it ignores line feeds.In a browser, enter the following URL: http://<NetVaultSmartDisk_Instance_Hostname>:<Backup_Software_Client_Port>/proc/stats.stnzFor example: http: // 10.1.0.0:37453/proc/stats.stnzNetVault SmartDisk displays the statistics in XML format in the browser. For a description of the statistics, see Reviewing the list of NetVault SmartDisk statistics.
When reviewing the following list of statistics, a backup job is divided into a minimum of two segments: Segments contain either data or metadata and are smaller than 400 GB. For example, if the backup data stream is 1200 GB, the backup job has three data segments. One NetVault SmartDisk element is equivalent to one backup segment.
NOTE: The status of the Chunk Store Daemon (CSD) affects the list of statistics displayed for the Dedupe:StatusSubsys segment.
Table 1. Statistics Elements.Queued = <No.> Data.Queued = <No.>, B Elements.Deduplicating = <No.> Data.Deduplicating = <No.>, B Availability Score = <No.> Indicates how available a backup server should consider this NetVault SmartDisk Device to be. The lower the number, the less available the NetVault SmartDisk Device is. Given a choice of two NetVault SmartDisk Devices to target a backup job to, your backup software might choose the one with the higher Availability Score. The score takes the following into account: Sent MBps = <No.> Received MBps = <No.> Machine ID = <3-XXXX-XXX> Soft stream limit = <No.> Version = <NetVaultSmartDiskVersion> Build Level = <NetVaultSmartDiskBuild> Active.Read = <No.> Active.Write = <No.> Active.Delete = <No.> Active.MkDir = <No.> Active.Move = <No.> Active.Read Properties= <No.> Active.Read Options= <No.> Active.Delete Staging= <No.> Active.Delete Rollback= <No.> Active.Rollback Element= <No.> pages = <No.> chunks = <No.> Total number of unique chunks stored in the Chunk Store of this NetVault SmartDisk Device. index_bytes = <No.> Total number of bytes on disk used by the Chunk Index. num.pages = <No.>num.lcp = <No.>num.chunks = <No.>num.pages_max = <No.>num.lcp_max = <No.>num.chunks_max = <No.>num.hits = <No.>num.misses = <No.>num.store_misses = <No.>num.added_pages = <No.>num.added_lcp = <No.>num.evicted_pages = <No.>num.evicted_lcp = <No.>num.cache_memory = <No.> streams = <No.> catalog_bytes = <No.> ondisk_bytes = <No.> Total number of bytes on disk used by deduplicated data. Includes the bytes consumed by the Chunk Store, Chunk Index, and Manifests. gc_reserve_bytes = <No.> stream_bytes = <No.> csd.stream_bytes = <No.> csd.chunk_bytes = <No.> in_gc = <No.> csd.last_successful_gc = <No.> status = <currentStatus> available_bytes = <No.> Index.Location = <…/store> Location of the Staging Store volume used for the Content Index. Displays TRUE or FALSE depending on whether the location is fixed (TRUE) or can be moved to another location (FALSE) by using the ‑‑favour and ‑‑deny options. For more information on the favour and deny options, see Extending NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pools. Elements = <No.> Data = <No.>, B Data.Committed = <No.>, B Space.OS.Available = <No.>, B Space.Available = <No.>, B Space.Staging.Status =
Status of NetVault SmartDisk Staging Store; includes Available, Full, Unlicensed, and License Exceeded. Space.Staging.Available =
Number of bytes available for Staging Store across all configured NetVault SmartDisk Storage Pools. Elements.Staged = <No.> Data.Staged = <No.>, B Amount of data, in bytes, currently residing in the Staging Store. Elements.Accumulative = <No.> Data.Accumulative = <No.>, B Data.Committed.Accumulative =