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Last Backup Status report

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Overview

The details of the last backup operation, and the status of the backup. Based on the status of the last backup, you can perform analysis and take corrective actions. For example, backup operation fails because of exceeding quota, or backup is completed but with errors.

The following table lists the fields in the Last Backup Status Report area.

Field Description
User Details The name and email address of the user.
Data Source The name of the device or the cloud app that is registered to the user.
Profile The profile that is assigned to the user.
Client Version

The version of inSync client on user's device.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Client OS

The operating system of the user's device.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Data Source Status The backup status of the device. For example, enabled.
Start Time The date and time on which the backup started.
End Time The date and time on which the backup completed.
Files Backed Up

The number of cloud app folders that are backed up.

Files Missed

The number of cloud app folders that were not backed up.

Bytes Transferred (MB)

The number of bytes transferred during backup.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Status

The status of the backup operation.

Note:

  • The displayed status is of the last ended backup (either successful or failed backup).
    • If the backup completes successfully without any error, the status is displayed as Backed Up successfully.
    • If the backup fails, the status is displayed as Backup Failed.
    • If  a backup was never performed on the device, the status is displayed as Never Backed Up.
  • Backup Status is only updated when another backup ends (either successful or failed backup).
  • inSync does not update the Backup Status in case a backup is interrupted due to network failure, when aborted by a user due to device shutdown or restart during an ongoing backup.
Backup Details Additional details about the backup operation. Details include information that explains the status of the data source. For example, if data from a data source was never backed up, then a possible reason could be authentication error. Backup details column describes such issues. 
Backup Data (MB) The size of actual backed up data for the device. Actual data signifies the existing backed up data for the device after differential backups.
Allocated Quota (MB) The quota in MB that is allocated for the user.
Notes: 0.00 MB denotes unlimited quota is allocated to the user. Additionally, the column will be blank for cloud apps data source.
Total Backup Data (MB)

The total size of backed up data for the device. Total size is a combination of incremental and differential backup data for the device.

Last Connected Date and time when the device last connected to inSync server. The column will show blank for cloud-app devices and for those devices which have not yet connected to inSync server.

 

Replace the above table with the following table when Cepheus goes live.

Field Description
User Details The name and email address of the user.
Data Source The name of the device or the cloud app registered to the user.
Profile The profile assigned to the user.
Client Version

The version of inSync client installed on the user's device.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Client OS

The operating system of the user's device.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Data Source Status The backup status of the device. For example, Enabled.
Backup Start Time The date and time on which the backup started.
Backup End Time The date and time on which the backup completed.
Last Successful Backup Time The date and time of the last successful backup.
Files Backed Up

The number of files that inSync backed up.

Files Missed

The number of files that inSync was not able to back up.

Bytes Transferred (MB)

The number of bytes transferred during backup.

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source.

Status

The status of the backup operation. A device can have the following backup statuses:

  • Inactive - inSync was not able to back up the device data in the past 7 days.
  • Backup Failed - inSync failed to back up the device data due to errors in inSync client.
  • Never Backed Up - inSync never backed up the device data.
  • Backed Up With Errors - inSync was not successful in backing up the complete device data. For example, inSync missed to backup some files due to errors.   
  • Backed Up Successfully - inSync successfully backed up the complete device data.

Note:

  • The displayed status is of the last ended backup (either successful or failed backup).
  • Backup Status is only updated when another backup ends (either successful or failed backup).
  • inSync does not update the Backup Status in case a backup is interrupted due to network failure, when aborted by a user due to device shutdown or system restart during an ongoing backup.
Backup Details Additional details about the status of the backup operation. For example, if backups fail due to insufficient storage, the Status column displays Backup Failed as the status and the Backup Details column displays additional details such as Quota limit reached.
Backup Data (MB) The size of actual backed up data for the device. Actual data signifies the existing backed up data for the device after differential backups.
Allocated Quota (MB)

The quota in MB that is allocated to the user.

Notes: 0.00 MB denotes unlimited quota is allocated to the user. Additionally, the column will be blank for cloud apps data source.
Total Backup Data (MB)

The total size of backed up data for the device. Total size is a combination of incremental and differential backup data for the device.

Last Connected

The date and time when the device last connected to inSync server. 

Note: The column will be blank for cloud app data source and for those devices which have not yet connected to inSync server.

Current Active Alerts

Displays the count and the active alerts received from the device. For example:

2 Alerts: Client application reported error; Misconfigured Backup Folder

 

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