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Is there a way to find out the total amount of data being backed up in Arcserve R15? I'm trying to find out the capacity of my current system.
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nappy_d earned 500 total points
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Did you want to know backup or pre backup?
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by:Darrell Kirby
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Backup. Looked at some of the reports and don't see much that is givng me the total amount being backed up.

Thanks.
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From the Job Status Window
Activity log

[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] *** Backup Summary for Job ID 38419 ***
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Device Group........................... GROUP1
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Media Pool............................. GFS4_DLY
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Media Name............................. D-GFS4-TUE- 1/11/11
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Media ID............................... 212E
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Total number of sessions............... 19
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Serial No [Seq 1]...................... MSD653L3
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Total Files backed up.................. 7069
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Total data processed................... 474,970.30 MB
[01/11/2011-23:05:10,38419,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Backup Operation Incomplete.
[01/11/2011-23:05:15,38418,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] ** Summary for SubJob #1 (Job ID 38419) **
[01/11/2011-23:05:15,38418,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] 19 Session(s).
[01/11/2011-23:05:15,38418,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Elapsed Time: 1h 59m 30s
[01/11/2011-23:05:15,38418,0,1, - 0,2,0,18,1] Average Throughput: 3,975.70 MB/min


Job log

Totals For................... Job
Total Session(s)............. 82
Total Directories............ 79,930
Total File(s)................ 40,585
Total Skip(s)................ 4
Total Size (Disk)............ 77,266.89 MB
Total Size (Media)........... 20,280.37 MB
Elapsed Time................. 1h 25m 53s
Average Throughput........... 899.64 MB/min


From the Database window
Job Records
select the job and then on the lower right the log tape for the job log

Media Records
select the Statistics tab for the total mb written to the tape
expand the view of the media for the sessions and select to see total mb for that session


Reports window
Backup Clients Report / Backup Client Data Size Report
total files, mb, compression ratio
or
Resource Usage History Reports / Media Utilization Report
or
Report Writer to pick and choose which objects you want included in the report.

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Here is how to see an overall sumary Arcserve
Go to the Job Status>Job History tab
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