|Project ID||An integer specifying the project ID.|
|Project Name||The project name.|
|Date||The date the project was created (MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS).|
|Owner||The name of the project owner and email address of the project owner.|
|Collector Build Version||The build version of the collector that generated the first collector run in this project.|
|Data Points Definitions KB||The link to the KB article.|
|Disclaimer||Disclaimer stating that "All measurements on the report are Base 10 calculations and using the main non-SI unit for computer data storage "Byte"."|
|Number of Clients||That is the total number of clients protected by the NetWorker server.|
|System FETB||The protected capacity for the past 60 days.|
|System 60 days Growth Rate||The percentage value difference between day 1 and day 60 for the capacity protected by the system.|
|Job Success Rate||The system jobs success percentage for with respect to the total number of backup and recovery jobs.|
|Total Number of Backups||The total count of backups initiated on NetWorker for the past 60 days.|
|Total Number of Jobs||Total number of jobs including backups, restores, clones and system jobs.|
|Number of Clients with Failure||Number of clients with a "failed" job status.|
|Number of Backups with Duration < 1 Hour||Number of backups with duration < 1 hour.|
|Number of Backups with Duration < 2 Hour||Number of backups with duration < 2 hour.|
|Number of Backups with Duration < 4 Hour||Number of backups with duration < 4 hour.|
|Number of Backups with Duration < 8 Hour||Number of backups with duration < 8 hour.|
|Number of Backups with Duration > 8 Hour||Number of backups with duration > 8 hour.|
|Average Backup Time||Average duration of backups on the system.|
|Total Capacity with Retention < 30 days||Total capacity protected on the system with retention up to 30 days.|
|Total Capacity with Retention < 60 days||Total capacity protected on the system with retention up to 60 days.|
|Total Capacity with Retention < 180 days||Total capacity protected on the system with retention up to 180 days.|
|Total Capacity with Retention < 365 days||Total capacity protected on the system with retention up to 365 days.|
|Total Capacity with Retention < 7 Years||Total capacity protected on the system with retention up to 7 years.|
|Total Capacity with Retention > = 7 Years||Total capacity protected on the system with retention greater than or equal to 7 Years.|
|Data Domain Mtrees Attached||The names of the Mtrees for the Networker Server on the attached Data Domain.|
|NetWorker Version||The version of the NetWorker software.|
|Up Since||The date of the last NetWorker server reboot.|
|Server Hostname||The System Hostname|
|Device Sharing Mode||Specifies the device sharing mode at the server level used when device sharing mode is not set at storage node level. Refer to man page nsr_storage_node_resource|
|Disable RPS Clone||
This attribute is to enable or disable the RPS (Recover Pipe to Save) implementation for clone operations
|Product Serial Number||Specifies the product serial number needed for registration. Entered from the product registration form.|
|Server OS Type||This attribute specifies the NetWorker server operating system type.|
|Server TimeZone||This attribute specifies the NetWorker server timezone.|
|Server||NetWorker server name.|
|Pool||The name of the pool on which the volume exists.|
|Type||Media type - Data Domain, Tapes, or Tape Library.|
|Written (GiB)||The written/used capacity on the volume in GiB.|
|%Full||The percentage of volume utilization.|
|State||The state of the volume.|
|Last Job||The last date and time the volume was accessed.|
|Expiration||The savesets expiration time on the volume.|
|Last Written (GiB)||Last written capacity on the volume in GiB.|
|Unique ID||Volume ID.|
|Pool Type||The type of pool.|
|JukeBox||The Device Parent Juke Box. Mapping the volume to the device on which the volume is mounted.|
|Location||The administrator-defined description of a physical location of the volume. Example the FQDN or the IP of the Data domain on which the volume is created.|
|Serial Number||Device Serial Number. Mapping the volume to the device on which it is mounted.|
A string specifying the value of the ID attribute in the backup resource. This ID can be used to retrieve information about that backup job. This is the long SSID by which the saveset is saved on the target DD.
|Backup Name||The exact path/target backed up on the client. The saveset backed up.|
|Backup Created||The date and time at which the saveset is taken. (MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS)|
|Backup Completed||The date and time at which the saveset run completed.|
|The duration of the backup in HH:MM:SS|
|Backup Status||The status of the backup as Recyclable, Browsable, Recoverable.|
|Clone Status||If a clone is taken gives the status of the clone copy similar to the Backup Status values.|
The Front End size of the save set taken in GB. Similar as Sumsize.
For VMware Backups, the Backup size is taken as the used capacity by the VM and not the provisioned capacity.
The type of the backup - CoverSet, DSA, File, NDMP, Raw, or Snapshot.
|Number of Files||The number of files included in the backup.|
|Backup Level||The level of the backup either full, incremental, virtual synthetic.|
|Retention Time||The expiration date and time for the backup (MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS)|
|Client Name||The name of the backed up NetWorker client.|
|Client ID||A unique ID specified for each NetWorker client.|
|Client Save Time||Same as Backup Created data point.|
|VM Name||The name of the VM in case it is a VMware backup.|
|vCenter Hostname||The FQDN or IP of the vCenter in case it is a VMware backup.|
|Datastore MOID||The ID of the datastore on which the VM files exist in case it is VMware backup / extracted from the Mob|
|Host MOID||The ID of the ESXi host of the VM being backed up in case it is VMware backup / extracted from the Mob|
|VM MOID||The ID of the VM being backed up / extracted from the Mob|
|MoRef Path||The full path of the VM starting from the datacenter of the VM until the VM name / extracted from the Mob|
|Datastore Name||The name of the datastore of the VM being backed up.|
|Disk Name||The name of the hard disk backed up for the VM.|
|Protection Group||The name of the NetWorker Policy performing the backup.|
|Thin Provisioned||The provisioning type configured on the VM disks.|
Backup Front End Capacity
|Client Name||The name of the NetWorker Client|
|Protection Group||The name of the NetWorker Policy performing the backup.|
|Backup Name||The exact path/folder/file backed up on the NetWorker Client. Saveset Name|
|Backup Type||Application or workload type of the backup.|
|Disk Name||The name of the hard disk backed up on the VM in case It is VMware backup.|
|Front End Capacity (GiB)||
The maximum captured Front End incoming capacity from the NetWorker Client for that specific Saveset
For VMware backups, Front End capacity is calculated as the maximum captured used capacity for each VM.
For Oracle Backups, Front End Capacity is calculated as the maximum full backup taken from the Oracle DB.
|Number of Files||Number of files corresponding to the peak time the FETB capacity was picked.|
|Client ID||This attribute specifies the client's identifier and cannot be changed.|
|Client Aliases||This attribute specifies aliases for the client machine that queries can match. If this list is empty, match on client name alone.|
|Hostname||The name or IP of the Networker Client backed up.|
|Client OS||The Operating system of the Networker Client.|
|Client OS Type||The type of the Operating system of the Networker Client (Generic OS type).|
|Networker Version||The version of the Networker Clients software.|
|Protection Groups||The Policy groups names assigned to the Networker Client.|
|Retention Policy||The retention policy assigned to each client.|
|VM Client||The name of the VM in case it is VMware backup.|
|NDMP Client||The name o the NDMP client in case it is NAS backup.|
|Enabler In Use||A Boolean Flag specifying of Enabler In Use option is enabled on the client|
|Archive Enabled||A Boolean Flag set to true if Archiving is enabled for that client.|
|Block Based Backed||A Boolean flag set to true if BBB option is enabled for that client.|
|Target Disks||The target device/devices specified as Networker target Media for the client.|
|Backup Type||The type of the backup taken in terms of File System, vproxy,..etc.|
|Client Direct Enabled||A Boolean flag set to true in case Client Direct option is enabled on the client properties.|
|Data Domain Backup||A Boolean flag set to true if backup is targeted to a Data domain.|
|Data Domain Interface||Type of connection to Data domain as IP or Fiber channel.|
|Scheduled Backup||A Boolean Flag specifying if that client is scheduled for backups or not|
|Schedule||String specifying the schedule assigned to each client.|
|Savesets||The exact savesets chosen to be backed up from the client|
|Backup Command||The entered backup command on the client to backup the specified savsets. This command depends on the type of the saveset being backed up and the application protected.|
|App Info||Application Information specified on the client properties. This attribute contains client application specific information.For example: In case of Microsoft SQL VDI, the application information could be ["NSR_PS_DEBUG_LEVEL=0","NSR_CONSISTENCY_CHECKS=FALSE"]. Here the NSR_PS_DEBUG_LEVEL option specifies the verbosity level of the logs and "NSR_CONSISTENCY_CHECKS=FALSE" option disables the consistency check for all databases in the SQL VDI instance. <br><br>These options are application specific and are documented in the respective application user guides.|
|Executable Path||String.This attribute specifies the path to the NetWorker executables on this client.|
This attribute specifies the number of data streams that a client can use simultaneously during backup.
This attribute specifies an ordered list of storage nodes for the client to use when saving its data.
This attribute can be used to specify the directive for the client. The choices are defined by the set of directives available under /directives
This attribute assigns the backup level determination to the client application.
|Statistics||This attribute contains three values: the size of the client's on-line file index in kilobytes, the number of kilobytes actually used, and the number of entries in the index.|
|Checkpoint_granularity||This attribute specifies whether to restart the backup from the point of failure at the directory or file level. The defualt value is Directory. <br><br>Directory - After each directory is saved, the data is committed to the media and index database. If a directory contains a large number of entries, intermediate checkpoints are created. <br><br>File - Use this option only for save sets with a few large files. Committing every file to the index and the media database is time consuming. Performance degradation may occur for backups that contain many small files.|
This attribute specifies whether to enable Parallel Save Streams(PSS). Enabling PSS results in significant performance improvements due to save set aggregation.
This attribute specifies the priority for the client. During a backup operation, the NetWorker server contacts the client with the lowest priority value first. The valid range is 1 to 1000. If you do not specify a priority here, then the backup order is random. The default value is 500.
This attribute specifies the number of days a file has not been accessed before it is counted as inactive. A value of zero indicates that no inactivity statistics are collected for this client.
|File Inactivity Alert Threshold||
This attribute specifies the percentage of space occupied by inactive files, exceeding which will generate a notification. A value of zero indicates that no alert will be sent for this client.
This attribute specifies index files and directories on the snapshot.
This attribute specifies whether to disable IPv6 for the NDMP client.
This attribute specifies whether this client is a NAS device.
This attribute specifies whether to override the client parallelism and use the physical client's parallelism.
This attribute specifies whether the client can override the attributes of the backup target disks, storage nodes, and recover storage nodes.
NetWorker Dedup Jobs
|Hostname||Networker Client Hostname|
|Saveset||The backup/Saveset name|
|Volume||The Volume name to which the backup is written|
|Device Name||The Device on which the volume mounted and saveset written to|
|Mtree Name||The Mtree of the Data domain that has the specified Device Access Information|
|DD Name||The Data Domain to which the backup is submitted|
|Base Job ID||The Backup Unique ID|
|Time Started (GMT)||The Time the Backup is created in GMT|
|Capacity (GiB)||Initial Full Front End size of the Backup before deduplication or compression. In GiB|
|Pre Dedup (GiB)||The scanned capacity before deduplication and Compression. For All Workloads types, the value is extracted from the DD Dedup Statistics listed as a Key with the Backup Information. For VMware, To Avoid white spaces, The Prededup capacity is taken from the VM used capacity and not provisioned capacity.|
|After Global Compression (GiB)||The capacity of the Backup After Deduplication. For All Workloads types, the value is extracted from the DD Dedup Statistics listed as a Key with the Backup Information.|
|After Local Compression (GiB)||The capacity of the Backup After Full Reduction.|
|Dedup Ratio Per Saveset||(All Data / Unique Data) Pre Dedup / After Global Comp|
|Data Reduction Ratio per Saveset||(Dedupe Ratio * Compression Ratio)|
|Retention||The retention specified for the backup|
|Backup Time||Duration of backup.|
|Hostname||The Networker Clients Hostnames|
|Client Total Input Capacity GiB||For each client, giving the full capacity inputted from these clients for all their configured savesets. FETB per client.|
|Success Rate||The percentage of Successful Jobs among all jobs running per client|
|Average Backup Time (sec)||Sum of All Backups Times of a client divided by the number of Backups to five the Average backup Duration per client|
|Highest Backup Retention||The maximum Retention Time among all jobs of each client.|
|Serial Number||The System Serial number of the Data Domains server attached as a Media Target.|
|Name||The name or the IP of the Data Domain server.|
|Model||The hardware Model of the Data Domain server.|
|DD OS||The software version of the Data Domain Server.|
|Available Capacity (GiB)||The total capacity used and available on the DD server in GiBs.|
|Used Capacity (GiB)||The used capacity on the DD server in GiB.|
|Used Logical Capacity (GiB)||The pre-comp data incoming to the Data domain server. (Before compression and deduplication) in GiB.|
|Total Capacity (GiB)||
The total capacity used and available on the DD server in GiBs.
|File Copy Streams||
The number of in use streams reported for File Copy
|Read Streams||The number of in use read streams|
|Max Read Streams||The assigned maximum value assigned for DD read streams.|
|Read / Write Streams||The number of in use Read/write streams.|
|Replication Streams||The number of in use source Replication streams|
|Replication Destination streams||The number of in use Destination Replication streams|
|Max Replication Source Streams||The assigned maximum number of Source Replication streams.|
|Max write streams||The assigned maximum number of write streams.|
|TotalMaxWritestreams||The total maximum write streams.|
|Total Max Streams||The Total Maximum streams.|
Front End Capacity by Workload
|Workload Type||The type of the Application protected by Networker: NVE Server, Server Protection, NAS, SQL, Oracle, vProxy.|
|Front End Capacity (GiB)||The Front End incoming capacity for each workload type.|
|Number of Files||The number of files incoming for each workload Type.|
Front End Capacity Reported
|Front End Capacity Reported (TiB)||The FETB capacity incoming from that Networker server in Terabytes[i].|
The name of the tasks currently running on the Networker server. The job is a generic label for performing any operations, such as savefs, save, archive, index, and recover operations.
|Job ID||A unique ID given for each task.|
|Parent Job ID||
The previous reference job to the current Job.
|Job Host||The name of the Networker Entity running the Job.|
|Initiation Type||The start type as scheduled or on demand|
|Job type||The type of the job running.|
|Size (GiB)||The size of the job in case its backup or recovery.|
|Number of Files||The number of Files included in the job.|
|Start Time||The date and time on which the task started MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS|
The date and Time on which the task Ended
|Current State||The current status of the job running.|
|Exit Code||The Exit Code as per Completion Status. Exit Code 0 means Completed successfully.|
|Completion Status||Final status of each job.|
|Client Name||The client name running the job if it is backup/recovery.|
|Tenancy||Tenant Name if configured.|
|vProxy Hostname||The name of the vproxy included in the VMware backup or recovery.|
|vProxyMountVCenter Hostname||The name of the vcenter on which the vproxy is mounted.|
|#Clients||Number of Clients Protected|
|Oracle (GiB)||The total Inputted capacity for Oracle Workload|
|Exchange(GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for Exchange|
|Hyper V (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for HyperV|
|SQL_VDI (GiB)||The total Inputted capacity for SQL VDI|
|NAS (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for NAS|
|Unix_Filesystems (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for Unix Filesystems|
|VMware_Filesystems (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for VMware Backups|
|Windows Filesystems (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for windows File Systems|
|Other Applications (GiB)||The total Inputted Capacity for all other workloads|
|Total Largest Filesystem Full||Out of the Windows Filesystem, Linux Filesystem and VMware Filesystem workloads, Summing the Largest Client Total capacity from each to get the total of the maximum full backup from each workload type|
|Peak_Daily_Applications||For all workloads that are not Filesystem, this is the largest Client Total Capacity.|
|Capacity Estimate||Sum of all inputted data: Oracle + Exchange + Hyper_V + SQL_VDI + NAS+ Unix_Filsystems + VMware_Filesystems + Windows_Filesystems + Other_Applications)|
|Days_Measured||Always set to 60 and this is the duration of the LO collection on Networker.|
|Number_Of_Protected_VMware_VMs||Number of VMs backed up by Networker.|
|Number_Of_Esxi_Hosts||Number of Esxi Hosts hosting these VMs.|
|Host ID||The ID of the server hosting the License.|
|License Type||The License Type.|
|License Name||The name of the License.|
|Enabler Code||The source of the License.|
|Expiration Date||The expiry date for the License.|
Policy Capacity Retention
|Protection Group||The name of the Networker Policy|
|<30 Days||Protection Policy with retention set to less than 30 days.|
|<60 Days||Protection Policy with retention less than 2 months.|
|<180 Days||Protection Policy with retention less than 180 days.|
|<365 Days||Protection Policy with retention less than 1 year.|
|< 7 Years||Protection Policy with retention less than 7 Years.|
|>= 7 Years||Protection Policy with retention more than 7 Years.|
Client Precomp and FETB
|Client Hostname||The Networker Client Hostname|
|Backup Type||Workload Type|
|Client Total Capacity (GiB)||
For each client, for each protected workload Type for that client, this is the total of summing the Backups sizes of that client for that workload.
Note for VMware: Backup Size is the sum of the disks used spaces and not the provisioned disk space.
|Client FETB||The FETB capacity per each client and its workload|
|Growth Rate||The percentage of the growth of the protected capacity of each client from day 1 to day 60.|
50 Longest Backups
|Client||The name of the Networker Client|
|Backup Name||The Saveset Backed up.|
|Protection Group||The Networker Policy running the job.|
|Duration||The time taken on the backup till complete.|
|Capacity (GiB)||The size of the backup taken in GiB.|
|Throughput (MB/sec)||The performance of the backup taken, Number of Megabytes per seconds.|
NetWorker Devices Detailed
|Device Name||This attribute specifies the name of the device. The device name is usually the pathname of a tape or a file type device, such as /dev/nrmt8. The name may be prefixed with 'rd=', the device's hostname and a colon. For an adv_file or Data Domain device, the name can be any string. For an adv_file or Data Domain device, use the "device access information" attribute to specify a path.</p> <br>. Note: You cannot change the name after the device is created. If needed, delete the device and create a new device.|
This attribute identifies the device as an NDMP device.
This attribute specifies the name of the volume mounted on this device.
The general class of storage media is determined automatically from the type of the device.
|Media Type||The media type describes the actual storage media from the predefined list. This is a mandatory attribute.|
|Shared Devices||This attribute enables or disables all devices with the same hardware id.|
This attribute specifies whether the device is enabled for write.
This attribute specifies whether the device is available for read-only operations.
|Target # Sessions||This attribute specifies the number of save sessions dispatched to this device before another device is considered.|
|Max # Sessions||
This attribute specifies the maximum number of save sessions for the device.
|Access Weight||This attribute specifies the load distribution among drives in a jukebox. Changes to this attribute are propagated to all devices that have the same 'hardware ID' value.|
|Consec. Errors||This attribute specifies the number of consecutive errors on the device. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Max Consec. Errors||This attribute specifies the maximum number of consecutive errors allowed before the device is automatically disabled.|
|Jukebox Device||This attribute specifies if the media device is part of a jukebox device.|
|Jukebox||This attribute contains the name of the jukebox to which this device belongs.|
|Required Cleaning||This attribute indicates whether the media device needs to be cleaned.|
|Last Clean Date||This attribute specifies the last date when the media device was cleaned.|
|Hardware ID||This attribute specifies the last date when the media device was cleaned.|
|Tape Alert Critical||This attribute specifies critical diagnostic information, such as for media or drive failure, when user intervention is urgent and data is at risk.|
|Auto Detect ID||This attribute specifies the internal identifier for auto-detected device. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Accesses||This attribute specifies the number of operations performed on the device. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Device Serial #||This attribute specifies the serial number of the device.|
|Device Access Information||This attribute specifies the access path for an advance file or a Data Domain device.|
|Suspected_Device||This attribute specifies whether the device lost connection on storage node.|
|Suspect Mark Time||This attribute specifies the time stamp when the device lost connection on storage node. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Max_nsrmmd_count||This attribute specifies the maximum number of nsrmmd processes started for this device.|
|Current_nsrmmd_count||This attribute keeps track of the current number of nsrmmd processes currently started for the device. Only used for AFTD and Data Domain devices. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Volume Label||This attribute specifies the name of a volume to be labeled. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Volume Current Capacity||This attribute specifies the capacity of the volume that is currently being labeled. The units can be MegaBytes or GigaBytes, for example, '150 MB' or '5 GB'. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Volume Error Number||This attribute specifies the last error number reported for the device. This is a read-only attribute.|
|Volume Expiration||This attribute specifies the expiration date of the volume in the format E MMM dd HH:mm:ss yyyy (Thu Jun 02 17:23:09 2022) that is currently being labeled, or the result of a 'Verify Label' operation. The default value, 2 years, is reset each time the volume is relabeled.|
|Volume Pool||This attribute specifies the pool to which the current volume belongs.|
|Volume ID||This attribute specifies the volume ID for the currently mounted volume.|
|Long Vol ID||This attribute specifies the volume id in the long format for the currently mounted volume. This is a read-only attribute.|
|DD_retention_lock_mode||This attribute enables or disables the Data Domain retention lock. Note: This attribute is supported only for a Data Domain device.|
|Idle Device Timeout||This attribute specifies the number of minutes before an idle device is unmounted. This attribute only applies to jukebox devices.|
|Save Mount Timeout||This attribute specifies the timeout value of an initial save mount request for the storage node on which the device resides.|
|Save Lockout||This attribute specifies the number of minutes a storage node will be locked from receiving save assignments, after it times out from a save mount request.|
|Warn_On_suspect_volumes_perc||This attribute specifies the minimum threshold (percentage value) of advertised tape capacity at which the user will be warned when a tape is prematurely marked full.|
|Name||The name of the directive|
|Directive||The actual configuration of the directive.|
This attribute specifies the name of the pool.
This attribute specifies whether this pool can be selected.
This attribute determines how volumes that are members of this pool will be used.
This read-only attribute determines whether the volumes are used for archive only. The attribute `poolType' supersedes this attribute (Boolean).
This attribute specifies the template to use for labeling the volumes in this pool.
|Groups||Protection groups assigned to the clients writing backup on that Pool.|
|Clients||Client Names configured to write on that Pool|
|Savesets||Savesets configured to run on that pool|
|Devices||Devices configured on that Pool|
|Max Parallelism||This attribute specifies the maximum parallel sessions per device allowed for backups to this pool.|
|Media_type_required||This attribute specifies that only media of this type can be labeled into this pool. This attribute cannot be set if the media type preference attribute is set. This attribute cannot be used to specify the capacity of the media|
|Recycle_start||This attribute specifies the time to start recyling (HH:MM).|
|Recycle_Interval||This attribute specifies the frequency of recycling runs. The default value is 24:00, which means that recycling runs once a day.|
This attribute is specified as true if the volumes that are associated with this pool are to be recycled immediately. It is an update-only attribute (Boolean).
|Max_volumes_to_recycle||This attribute specifies the maximum number of volumes to be recycled.|
|Name||This attribute specifies the schedule’s name. The schedule is referred to by its name in client resources.|
|Levels||This attribute specifies the sequence of save levels making up the schedule. One entry is used for each day of the schedule. The valid levels are "full", "incr", "incr_synth_full", "skip", "txnlog", and the number "1".|
|Activity Type||Type of the Activity on that schedule|
|Period||This attribute specifies the length of the schedule’s period. It may be either "Week" or "Month". "Week" schedules repeat every 7 days and start on Sunday. "Month" schedules start over at the first of each month. The default is "Week".|
|Sequence||This attribute specifies the sequencing.|
|Override||This gives the level and pattern of the schedule is the overrides variable is set to override specific levels on the schedule configured.|
NetWorker Storage Nodes
|Name||This attribute specifies the name of the storage node.|
This attribute specifies whether a device has already been configured on this storage node (Boolean).
|Registration Date||This attribute specifies the date and time when the storage node is registered/created, the date and time when the first device is created on this storage node, or the date and time when the last device configured on it is removed.|
|Device Sharing Mode||This attribute specifies the device sharing setting at the storage node level.|
|Clients||All client names configured to utilize this storage node for backup.|
|Max Active Devices||This attribute specifies the maximum number of devices that NetWorker may use from this storage node.|
|Clone Nodes||This attribute specifies the hostname of the storage nodes to which clone data is written, if the destination storage node for a clone action is not specified in the protection policy.|
|Dedicated Storage Node||
This attribute indicates whether this is a dedicated storage node (Boolean).
|Daemon_versions||This attribute specifies the storage node daemon versions. Storage node daemons are responsible for NetWorker save and recover media multiplexing operations.|
This attribute specifies whether the storage node is available for use (Boolean).
This attribute specifies whether the storage node is ready to accept device operations (Boolean).
This attribute specifies whether nsrmmd processes on this storage node device are started dynamically (Boolean).
|#Devs||This attribute specifies the count of the devices defined on this storage node.|
|#Libs||This attribute specifies the count of the libraries defined on this storage node.|
|Config Devs||This attribute specifies the count of the libraries defined on this storage node.|
|Config Libs||This attribute specifies the count of the libraries defined on this storage node.|
|Config Silos||This attribute specifies the silos currently defined for this storage node.|
|Policy Name||The name of the policy.|
|Policy Command||The saving command used on the policy to run the backup.|
|Execute On||Trigger the policy to begin execution.|
|Policy Enabled||Confirms if the policy is enabled or not (Boolean).|
|Policy Period||Policy protection period.|
|Allow Manual Saves||Flag to confirm if manual saves can be initiated (Boolean).|
|Apply Entire Workflow||Flag to apply the entire workflow to run or skip an action (Boolean).|
|Workflow Name||The name of the workflow.|
|Workflow Enabled||Enabled or not (Boolean).|
|Workflow Start Time||Start time specified for the workflow.|
|Workflow End Time||End time specified for the workflow.|
|Workflow Start Interval||Specifies the time interval of the workflow operation.|
|Workflow Next Start Date||
Specifies the next start date.
|Workflow Auto Start Enabled||
Specifies if the workflow starts automatically.
|Workflow restart Time Window||
This attribute specifies the maximum grace period from start time to restart of a failed workflow.
This attribute specifies the name of a group with which the workflow is associated.
This attribute specifies the action names concatenated.