The Usage subtab shows the summary of the disk space used to store backed up files on the CFA.

notification_importantThis subtab is hidden by default unless in the advanced view mode. It is not recommended to open without prior consultation with the support representative.

If deduplication has been enabled for this configuration, this area shows the space used after duplicate copies of the saved files have been recognized and the extra storage space for these duplicate files has been freed.

The top row on the subtab contains the following data:

Global Shared Bytes Number of bytes used to store files that are duplicated on one or more clients
Global Shared Files Number of files duplicated on one or more clients
Global Unique Bytes Number of bytes used to store files for which there is only one occurrence among all jobs/clients
Global Unique Files Number of files for which there is only one occurrence among all jobs/clients

Main statistical data is presented in the table format with the following default columns:

Column name Description
Name Name of the client
Client Pre-Dedupe Size Number of bytes backed up from the client before deduplication
Client Exclusive Size Number of bytes for files backed up only once on this and all clients
Inter-Client Shared Size Size of the data on the client that was also found on one or more other clients
Intra-Client Shared Size Size of the data on the client that was found more than once only on the same client
Legacy Data Size Number of bytes stored without deduplication (with deduplication disabled, or on pre-deduplication client versions)
Meta Data Size Total number of bytes used for file attribute information, book-keeping, and inlined files
Client Inline Size Number of bytes used to store data directly as metadata, bypassing the deduplication process
Client Exclusive Size Share of the client in total bytes saved for files backed up only once across all clients
Intra-Client Shared Size Share of the client in the intra-client shared size out of the total (intra- and inter-) shared data
Inter-Client Shared Size Share of the client in the inter-client shared size out of the total (intra- and inter-) shared data