Deduplication > Deduplication Size Factor
This report is usually the most talked about when it comes to deduplication since it shows what the deduplication ratio is for each day over the last two weeks (the time frame is modifiable). The deduplication ratio is calculated by taking the total number of bytes that would normally be backed up and dividing it by the number of bytes that have changed and were backed up. So if 100TB exists on all the backups taking place but only 10TB were changed and therefore transferred, you have a rate of 10. This report shows only deduplication jobs. The default Report On parameter for this report is Master Server. This report is available in a line-chart format.
This report is available in historical and ranking views. The ranking report ranks the top hosts in terms of which ones have the best deduplication ratio in bytes. These hosts have the least amount of change and therefore you get the best benefit from deduplication.
Figure: Deduplication Size Factor Report (Historical) shows a sample view of Deduplication Size Factor Report.
Figure: Deduplication Size Factor Report (Historical)
This deduplication report ranks the top hosts in terms of which ones have the best deduplication ratio in bytes. These hosts have the least amount of change and therefore you get the best benefit from deduplication.
Figure: Deduplication Size Factor Report (Ranking) shows a sample view of Deduplication Size Factor Report.
Figure: Deduplication Size Factor Report (Ranking)
The following are the details that are associated with the Deduplication Size Factor report:
Deduplication Size Factor
Where to Locate
Report > Report Templates > Backup > Deduplication > Deduplication Size Factor.
Historical trending report showing savings deduplication factors.
Symantec NetBackup, Symantec NetBackup Master Appliance, Symantec PureDisk
Master Server, Client
Drill down report
Yes. Drill down reports can be viewed at following four levels depending on the selected parameter value.
Level 1: Client Name, Level 2: Job Type, Level 3: Schedule/Level Type, Level 4: Policy Name
Can be scheduled
PDF, CSV, HTML, XML, TSV
Mapping with VBR report
All Reports > Standard Report > Backup > Deduplication > Size Factor
You can edit the Deduplication Size Factor report to show or hide the columns that you are interested in. All the columns are shown by default. You can also filter the report to view reports of specific master servers. The following table shows the filters for Deduplication Size Factor report and how you can use these filters to view specific data in the report.
Select a view to show data for the selected view in the report. By default All My Views is selected.
Select one or more master servers to view data for the virtual clients that are backed up by the selected master servers in the report. All master servers that are added to the OpsCenter console are shown in the Value drop-down list .
Select one or more media servers to view data for the selected media servers in the report. All media servers that are added to the OpsCenter console are shown in the Value dropdown list.
Select one or more clients to view data for the selected clients in the report. All clients that are protected by the master servers in the OpsCenter console are listed.
Select one or more client OS to view data for the selected client OS in the report.
Policy Data Classification Name
Select one or more policy names to view data for the selected policies.
Select one or more policy types to view data for the selected policy types.
Select one or more policy keyword to view data for the policies having the selected keyword.
Select one or more policy data classification names like Gold, Silver, Bronze etc. to view data for the policies having the selected data classiciation names.
Select one or more schedule or level types to view the data for the configured schedules.
Select one or more schedule names to view data for the selected schedule names.
Job Transport Type
Select one or more job types as Archive, Backup, or Restore to view data for the selected job types.
Select one or more backup products to view data for the selected products.
Select one or more transport types like FT, LAN, or Unknown to view data for the jobs that have the selected transport type.
Select one or more job status like Failed, Successful etc. to view data for the selected job status.
Example of filter usage: You may run the Duplication Size Factor report for a specific client to view details for the specific clients.
The following report enhancements have been made for the Duplication Size Factor report:
Drill down reports for following four levels have been added.
The report now shows trendlines with customized average periods with option: Show trendline with moving average period of 3. The value can be 1, 2, 3, 7, 14, or 30. The default value is 3. Example: 3 displays a trendline that, at each interval, shows the average of the current data point and the two previous data points.
The unit Years has been added for Relative Timeframe selection. You can now view data for the last x years.
The option Next has been removed from the drop-down menu for Relative Timeframe. You now cannot enter a relative timeframe like Next 2 weeks. This is because the report does not support any futuristic data.
The following filter enhancements have been made for the Duplication Size Factor report:
New columns Job Status (Complete Only) and Job Status(Complete and Partial Only) are added to the Report On parameter.
UNKNOWN has been added as a value for Policy Type column in the Policy filter. You can now filter report data for policy types that are UNKNOWN.
Job types which are not applicable for this report are removed from the filter. The supported job types are Backup, Archive, Restore, Catalog Backup, Backup from Snapshot, Snapshot, Duplicate, and Replication.
Symantec Enterprise Vault,IBM Tivoli Storage Manager,EMC NetWorker,Symantec Backup Exec,and CommVault Galaxy have been removed from the list of values for column Product Type under Job filter.
Selecting Reporton Storage Unit name in OpsCenter does not result in any data for Symantec PureDisk because Storage Unit is not present in PureDisk .In VBR, jobs data collected from PureDisk puts the storage unit name incorrectly as "SPA".
As compared to VBR, the unit of data for Y axis/Y1 axis is one unit lower. For example: Unit GB in VBR matches up with unit MB in OpsCenter. OpsCenter shows the correct data.