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What is changing with the backup sets

This article shows the backup set naming related changes for the Windows/Linux Server workload pages in the Phoenix console. There are similar changes to the NAS and MS-SQL Server workloads.

  1. A new Backup Set Name field is added to the Create File Backup Set dialog box, which contains a unique name for the backup set. You can rename the backup set as required.  The Backup Set Name field is not visible in case of the bulk configuration.
  2. Modify the name of the backup set as per your requirement in the Edit Backup Set dialog box.
  3. View the list of backup sets in your Windows/Linux server workload under the File Backup Sets tab. The tooltip on the backup set shows the server name and FQDN hostname. 
    backup_set_naming_FBsets tab.png

    Search for a specific backup set by its name. Type the backup set name in the search box to start the search.
  4. View the details of each backup set associated with a server on the Server Details page.
  5. View the list of backup sets that are part of the backup policy on the Backup policy page.
  6. View the list of jobs triggered for a backup set on the Jobs page.

    Search for a backup set job by its name on the Jobs page.
  7. Now, view and select a backup set that is attached to a CloudCache.

    Select one or multiple backup sets corresponding to the administrative group that you want to map in the Attach More Backup Sets dialog box.
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  8. View the backup sets attached to your seeding device.

    Attach backup sets to the seeding device. Type the backup set name in the search box to quickly search for a specific backup set.
  9. Phoenix reports - The following reports now provide information based on the backup set:
  • Backup Activity Report 
  • Restore Activity Report  bn_restore_activity_report.png
  • Resource Status Report 
  • Storage Consumption by Backup Sets Report

10. View the backup set name on the audit trails details page.
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