Viewing Download Session Results

To review SOBR Download job session results, do the following:

  1. Open the History view.
  2. In the inventory pane, select the Storage management node.
  3. In the working area, right-click a SOBR Download session and select Statistics.

For more information about the SOBR Download session, see How Downloading Data from Capacity Tier Works.

Viewing Download Session Results 

Veeam Backup & Replication displays SOBR Download job session statistics for the following counters:

  • The Job progress bar shows percentage of the job completion.
  • The Summary box shows general information about the job session:
    • Duration — duration of the job session.
    • Processing rate — average speed of data processing. This counter is a ratio between the amount of data that has actually been read and the job session duration.
    • Bottleneck — bottleneck in the data transmission process. To learn more about bottlenecks, see Performance Bottlenecks.
  • The Data box shows information about processed data:
    • Processed — total size of data blocks being downloaded from object storage repository plus blocks (if any) being taken from the extents of your scale-out backup repository.
    • Read — the amount of data read from both the object storage repository and extents of your scale-out backup repository.
    • Transferred — the amount of data downloaded from object storage.
  • The Status box shows information about the job results. This box informs how many tasks have completed with the Success, Warning and Error statuses.
  • The pane in the lower-left corner shows a list of objects processed by the job.
  • The pane in the lower-right corner shows a list of operations performed during the session. To see a list of operations for a specific object, click the object in the pane on the left. To see a list of operations for the whole job session, click anywhere on the blank area in the left pane.

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