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what does CR sent stands for?

Created: 02 Oct 2012 • Updated: 05 Oct 2012 | 3 comments
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Hi,

We are using netBackup and I have been going through the logs and I have found the entried that I do not understand what they mean.

 

I want to know what is "CR sent" stands for, or what does it mean.

What is the difference between "CR sent" and "CR sent over FC"

 

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29-09-2012 09:18:31 - Info msdpserver.domain(pid=11856) StorageServer=PureDisk:msdpserver.domain; Report=PDDO Stats for (msdpserver.domain): scanned: 309740188 KB, CR sent: 755547 KB, CR sent over FC: 0 KB, dedup: 99.8%, cache hits: 0 (0.0%)
29-09-2012 09:18:32 - Info msdpserver.domain(pid=11856) Using the media server to write NBU data for backup remoteDFSserver.domain_1348824615 to msdpserver.domain
29-09-2012 09:18:33 - Info bptm(pid=11856) EXITING with status 0 <----------        
29-09-2012 09:18:33 - Info msdpserver.domain(pid=11856) StorageServer=PureDisk:msdpserver.domain; Report=PDDO Stats for (msdpserver.domain): scanned: 2 KB, CR sent: 0 KB, CR sent over FC: 0 KB, dedup: 100.0%
29-09-2012 09:18:33 - Info bpbrm(pid=9792) validating image for client remoteDFSserver.domain

Any help  will be gread

Kind Regards

Adofo

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Yasuhisa Ishikawa's picture

CR stands for "Contents Router", this word came from NetBackup PureDisk - independent product in NetBackup family, and not same with 'NetBackup'. PureDisk deduplication technology is imported into NetBackup 7.x media server, and is called 'Media Server Deduplication Pool'.

In MSDP configuration, storage server for MSDP become CR, so "CR sent" represent how mutch data send to MSDP.

"CR send" represent amount of data transfered via network, and "CR sent over FC" represent represent amount of data transfered via FC SAN.

Authorized Symantec Consultant(ASC) Data Protection in Tokyo, Japan

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Adofo's picture

Thank you very much,
I owe you a drink ;)

Marianne's picture

As well as a 'Mark As Solution' reward...............

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I have marked Yasuhisa's post as solution... Normally appreciated more than a drink! wink

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