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Monitor event history in the Dashboard

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Overview

To browse and view the full history of events:

  1. Sign in to your account in the Dashboard.

  2. Go to MonitoringBackup History.

    Menu item

    The event history page opens.

Information on the page is presented in the table format with the following columns:

Column Description
Status Status of the event
Account / Appliance Username of the backup account or name of the Cloud Failover Appliance (CFA)
System  
Company Name of the company
Backup Type  
Job Name  
Backup Set Size of the backup set
Total Total number of files in the backup set
Unchanged  
Uploaded Number of files in the backup set protected
and uploaded to the cloud  
Failed Number of files in the backup set that could not be
protected and uploaded to the cloud  
Event Date Date of the event
Event Type of the event
Duration Duration of the event
Speed Speed of transferring of the protected data to the cloud
Scheduled  
Muted  

Consolidated view

By default, the system shows 30 event records in the table per page. To browse over events, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the page. Also, you can enter a number in the box, and then press Enter to go to the respective page.

Pagination

Name Icon Description
Next Next page icon Go to the next page
Previous Previous page icon Go to the previous page
Last Last page icon Go to the last page
First First page icon Go to the first page

Show or hide data

You can select what data to show on the page. For this, click Show / hide columns on the upper right, and then select or clear the columns you want to show or hide.

Show or hide data

Sort data

You can sort events in the table in ascending or descending order by:

  • username of the backup account or name of the CFA (Account / Appliance),

  • name of the system (System),

  • type of the backup (Backup Type),

  • size of the backup set (Backup Set),

  • total number of files in the backup set (Total),

  • number of unmodified files in the backup set since the last backup (Unchanged),

  • number of files in the backup set protected and uploaded to the cloud (Uploaded),

  • number of files in the backup set that could not be protected and uploaded to the cloud (Failed),

  • date of the event (Event Date),

  • type of the event (Event),

  • duration of the event (Duration),

  • speed of transferring of the protected data to the cloud (Speed),

  • event schedule status (Scheduled), or

  • event mute/unmute (Muted).

For this, click the name of the corresponding column.

Sort data

Filter data

You can filter events in the table by:

  • partner (Company/Reseller, for distributors only),

  • company (Company/Reseller, for distributors and partners),

  • status of the event (Indicator),

  • name of the account or the CFA (Account),

  • name of the system (System),

  • type of the backup (Backup Type),

  • type of the event (Event), and

  • date of the event (Date from and Date to).

For this, set the desired filters on the toolbar, and then click Apply.

Filter data

To reset all filters at once, click Clear (Clear filters icon) next to the filters on the toolbar.

Export data

You can export all data regarding the events shown in the table to an XLS spreadsheet. For this, click Export to Excel on the lower right, and then save the file with the exported data to the desired location.

Export data

View backup account summary

If an event relates to a backup account, you can view the backup account summary. For this:

  1. Find a backup account of interest.

    Select account

  2. In the Account / Appliance column, click the account username.

    The account summary opens.

    Account summary

View event details

Select event

Event details

Get recovery report

If you are a company administrator, you can generate and download a report about the recovery events within the company. For this:

  1. Click Recovery Events Report.

    Get report action

    The Recovery Events Report dialog opens.

  2. Set the date range to generate the report for, and then click Generate Report.

    Get report dialog

    If you do not want to generate the report, click Close (Close icon) or press Esc to close the dialog.