Veeam ONE Monitor allows you to track NAS backup, NAS backup copy, file to tape and file copy jobs configured to protect file shares with Veeam Backup & Replication.
You can track real-time job statistics at different levels of your backup infrastructure:
- Jobs on a specific backup server
- Jobs on all backup servers controlled by Veeam Backup Enterprise Manager
- All jobs across the entire backup infrastructure
Viewing Job Details
To view the list of file jobs at the necessary backup infrastructure level:
- Open Veeam ONE Monitor.
For details, see Accessing Veeam ONE Monitor.
- At the bottom of the inventory pane, click Data Protection View.
- In the inventory pane, select the necessary backup infrastructure node.
- Open the File Jobs tab.
- To find the necessary job, you can use filters at the top of the job list:
- To show or hide jobs that ended with a specific status, use the status buttons at the top of the list (Show failed jobs, Show jobs with warnings, Show successful jobs, Show running jobs or Show jobs with no status).
- To show or hide jobs of a specific type, use the job type buttons at the top of the list (Show NAS backup jobs, Show NAS backup copy jobs, Show file to tape jobs, Show file copy jobs).
- To set the time interval when jobs ran for the last time, use the Filter jobs by time period button. Release the button to discard the time period filter.
- To find jobs by name, use the search field at the top right corner.
The list of jobs shows all file backup, file backup copy, file to tape and file copy jobs for the backup infrastructure level that you selected in the inventory pane.
For every job, the following details are available:
- Status — the latest status of the job session (Success, Warning, Failed, Running, or jobs with no status)
- Name — job name
- Server Name — name of a backup server on which the job is configured. Click the server name link to drill down to the list of alarms for a chosen backup server.
- Type — job type (NAS Backup, NAS Backup Copy, File to Tape, File Copy)
- Last Run — date and time when the job was performed for the last time
- Duration — time taken to complete the job during its latest run
- Avg. Duration (Last Month) — average time it took to complete the job (total job duration time for the previous month divided by the number of times the job ran)
- Transferred Data (GB) — amount of backup data that was transferred to the target destination (backup repository or tape) during the latest job run
The “No info” label indicates that no information is available for the job because data has not been collected yet.
By analyzing job details, you can reveal potential problems with the efficiency of data protection operations.
For example, if job duration has significantly increased in comparison with the average monthly duration value, while there are no noticeable changes to the amount of transferred data, you might need to investigate the root cause. Such a behavior may evidence that the job has to wait for proxy resources, which increases the backup window.