Status & Success Rate > Success Rate > Success Rate - All Jobs report

Article:HOWTO71584  |  Created: 2012-02-08  |  Updated: 2012-02-08  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO71584
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Status & Success Rate > Success Rate > Success Rate - All Jobs report

This last of the single-line success rate reports give the highest number since it shows at least one success per client stream. Meaning as long as one job is successful despite any number of retries, it is a 100% success. This report typically shows overall exposure to someone outside the backup team. A 100% on this report indicates that everything was backed up even though it may have taken a number of retries.

Figure: Success Rate - All Jobs report shows a sample view of the Success Rate-All Jobs report.

Figure: Success Rate - All Jobs report

Success Rate - All Jobs report

The following are details associated with the Success Rate - All Jobs report:

Report Name

Success Rate - All Jobs

Report Category

Backup

Where to Locate

Report > Report Templates > Backup > Status & Success Rate > Success Rate > Success Rate - All Jobs

Report Purpose

This report shows the Success rate by job level across products, domains, clients, policies and business level views.

Supported products

NetBackup, NetBackup Appliance, Backup Exec, NetBackup PureDisk, EMC NetWorker, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager

Applicable View

Master Server, Client

Report Display

Historical (Chart)

Drill down report

No

Can be scheduled

Yes

Supported export formats

CSV, HTML, PDF, XML, TSV

Mapping with VBR report

Backups > Success Rate > Success Rate - At Least 1 Success Per Client

The following table shows the filters for Success Rate - All Jobs report and how you can use these filters to view specific data in the report.

Filter

Column

Description

View

 

Select a view to show data for the selected view in the report. By default All My Views is selected.

Master Server

Master Server

Select one or more master servers to view data for the selected master servers in the report. All master servers that are added to the OpsCenter console are shown in the Value dropdown list.

Media Server

Media Server

Select one or more media servers to view data for the specific media servers in the report. All media servers that are attached to the master servers in the OpsCenter console are shown in the Value dropdown list..

Client

Client Name

Client OS

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

Policy Data Classification Name

Policy Keyword

Policy Name

Policy Type

Select one or more policy data classification names to view data for the selected policy data classification names.

Select one or more policy keyword to view data for the policies having the selected keyword.

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.

Schedule

Schedule/Level Type

Schedule Name

Select one or more schedule types like CINC, Copy, Daily etc. to view data for the selected schedule types.

Select one or more schedule names to view data for the selected schedule names.

Job

Job Status

Job Transport Type

Job Type

Product Type

Select one or more Job Status like Failed, Missed, Partially Successful etc. to view data for the selected job status in the report.

Select one or more transport types like FT, LAN, or Unknown to view data for the jobs that have the selected transport type.

The value selection for Job Type is mandatory. By default, Backup jobs are shown in the report. You can select one or more job types like Archive, Backup, Restore etc. to view data for the selected job types.

Select one or more backup products to view data for the selected products.

Success Rate

Consider Partially Successful Job as Successful

The default selection is Yes.

Select No if you do not want to consider partially successful jobs as successful.

Selecting Yes or No may impact the Success Rate percentage that is shown in the report. Consider a policy that has 5 successful jobs, 3 partially successful jobs, and 2 failed jobs. If you select the value as Yes, the Success Rate is 80%. However if you select the value as No, the Success Rate is 50%.

Example of filter usage: Run the Success Rate - All Jobs report for a specific product like Backup Exec to get an idea of the success rate for Backup Exec jobs.

The following report enhancements have been made for Success Rate - All Jobs report:

  • 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 options have been removed from Time Frame Group By selection:

    • Days of week Average

    • Days of week total

    • Hours of day Average

    • Hours of day Total

    • Minutes

    • Month of year Average

    • Month of year total

    • Quarter

    • Quarter of year Average

    • Quarter of year total

  • Symantec Enterprise Vault and CommVault Galaxy have been removed from the list of values for column ProductType under Job filter.

  • The following Report On options have been added under Backup Job Attributes:

    • Job Status (Complete and Partial only)

    • Job Status (Complete only)

  • Two new filters called Schedule and Success Rate have been added.

  • A new checkbox named Target Performance has been added in the Modify Display Options page under Timeline Chart Properties. You can use the Target Performance option to specify where a report draws the target line, with which you can compare the actual performance shown. The Target Performance option allows you to specify the target for Y1 axis. In case you set a value of say 100 for Y1 axis and run the report, you will see a straight line parallel to X-axis and the value as 100 on Y1 axis. Using this option, you can easily compare the actual performance with the target performance.


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