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Determining how long de-duplication takes to complete

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Where can you look on Netapp App Operations Manager to find out how long it takes to de-duplicate your volumes?  Thanks.  We are using OnTap 8.02.
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I'm don't believe there is a a way to do this.  The only tool I know is for Snapmirror that is ouside of the OpsManager framework.
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Thinking about this more I can see how that would be difficult to calculate/predict.  Thanks for replying.
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