Virtual Client Summary report
|Article:HOWTO71600|||||Created: 2012-02-08|||||Updated: 2012-02-08|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO71600|
The Virtual Client Summary report shows details of all virtual clients of a NetBackup master server. Using this report, you can determine whether these virtual clients were backed up by NetBackup or not. Thus, you can report on the virtual clients that need to be protected. It also shows at a glance that last time the system was backed up. .
OpsCenter can poll the ESX or Hyper-V server to determine what systems have been configured and compare that with the NetBackup policies that have been created. This helps to track those virtual machines that are not being protected by any NetBackup polices.
Figure: Virtual Client Summary report shows a sample view of the Virtual Client Summary report.
The sample report shows an example of ESX server that has a number of VM's configured. Most of the virtual clients do not exist in any NetBackup policy and need to be added or protected. It also shows at a glance the last time the system was backed up (from the Last Successful Backup Time column).
Virtual Client Summary
Where to Locate
Report > Report Templates > Client Reports > Virtual Client Summary
This report shows details of the VMware or Hyper-V servers that you have configured with NetBackup. It also shows whether these virtual machines are protected by NetBackup or not.
NetBackup, NetBackup Master Appliance
Master Server, Client
Drill down report
Can be scheduled
Supported export formats
PDF, CSV, TSV, XML, HTML
Mapping with NOM report
All Reports > Standard Reports > Client > Virtual Client Summary
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 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 dropdown list.
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