You can view real-time statistics for a job session in the Veeam Agent for Linux control panel. Veeam Agent for Linux shows detailed data for every backup job session: job progress, duration, processing rate, performance bottlenecks, amount of processed data, read and transferred data and details of the session performance, for example, warnings and errors that have occurred in the process of operation.
To view detailed information on the currently running backup job session, do the following:
- If you have started the backup job from the command line, launch the Veeam Agent for Linux control panel with the veeam command.
- In the Veeam Agent for Linux control panel, in the list of backup job sessions, select the currently running session with Up and Down keys and press Enter.
If you have started the backup job from the Veeam Agent for Linux control panel, the current session will be already selected in the list of backup job sessions.
You can stop the backup job session at any time. To stop the backup job session, press the 's' keyboard key.
Veeam Agent for Linux displays jobs statistics for the following counters:
- The pane at the top of the control panel shows information on the job session type, percentage of the job completion and session status. If Veeam Agent for Linux operates in the server mode and you have created more than one backup job, the job name also appears on the pane.
- The Summary box shows general information about the job:
- The Data box shows information about processed data:
- Processed — total size of all volumes processed by the job.
- Read — amount of data read from the backed-up volume by Veeam Agent for Linux prior to applying compression. For incremental job runs, the value of this counter is typically lower than the value of the Processed counter. Veeam Agent for Linux reads only data blocks that have changed since the last job session, processes and copies these data blocks to the target location.
- Transferred — amount of data transferred from the backed-up volume to the backup location after applying compression. This counter does not directly indicate the size of the resulting file(s). Depending on the backup infrastructure and job settings, Veeam Agent for Linux can perform additional activities with data, for example, decompress data prior to writing the file to disk. The activities can impact the size of the resulting file.
- The box in the center of the control panel shows a list of operations performed during the job session, their start time and duration time. To scroll the list of operations, use Up and Down arrow keys on the keyboard.
- The pane at the lower side of the control panel shows help information on how to navigate the control panel.