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View Jobs

Overview

Druva CloudRanger provides an integrated view of all UI-triggered scheduled and maintenance activities on the Jobs page. Each job is identified by a unique Job ID and holds a specific status, and the job progress can be tracked via the progress log.

Jobs on Druva CloudRanger are categorized as follows:

To access Jobs, navigate to Monitor > Jobs from the top menu bar. The Backup jobs are displayed by default on the Jobs page:

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Click each tab to view jobs categorized by Backups, Retention, Restores, Disaster Recovery, and Scheduling.

Use the Search by Resource ID or Job ID text box to quickly locate a specific job. You can also use the filter icon to identify jobs by Region, Account, Resource Type, Policy/Plan Name, Action, Status, or by Date Range (for example, Jobs triggered in the Last 30 days).

  • The Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all jobs within that category, in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day.
  • You can select a particular Job ID to view information on the backup and restore jobs, for example, to assess performance stats or troubleshooting, if required. The Job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Filters

The job filters list the jobs based on their Region, Account, Resource Type, Status, and so on. You can apply one or more filters to view individual jobs and associated logs within the chosen job category.

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You can use one or more of the following filters:

  • Region: Filter jobs triggered in a particular AWS region.
  • Account: Select the CloudRanger Account on which a particular job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: Select one or more resource types, for example, DynamoDB, EC2, RDS, or Redshift. You may also filter by all resource types.
Note: The Resource Type varies based on the job category selected. Disaster Recovery andScheduling jobs do not apply to DynamoDB resources.
  • Policy: This filter applies only to Backup and Retention jobs. Select a backup policy to filter associated jobs.
  • Plan Name: This filter applies only to Disaster Recovery jobs. Select a DR Plan Name to filter associated jobs.
  • Action: The options displayed in this field vary based on the job category selected. For example, you may apply the Plan Failover action to filter jobs initiated upon failover of a disaster recovery plan.

The following Action filters are available based on the job category:

  • Backup jobs: AMI, Backup, FLS index, S3 bucket backup, S3 transition, and. Snapshot.
  • Restore jobs: FLS Download and Snapshot.
  • DR jobs: Environment Clone, Plan Failover, and Plan Failover Test.
  • Scheduling jobs: Start, Stop, Reboot, and Resize ASG.
Note: The Action filter does not apply to Retention jobs.
  • Date Range: You can filter jobs that were initiated in the:
    • Last 24 hours
    • Last 7 days
    • Last 30 days
    • Last 90 days
    • Last 12 month
Note: The Jobs page is filtered to display only jobs triggered within the last 30 days, by default. You may choose to apply a different date range or disable the default filter to view all jobs triggered within the Last 12 months.
  • Status: The Status filter allows you to filter jobs based on the job state. The current status of each job is displayed under the State column.
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Backup Jobs

Backup Jobs are displayed by default on the Jobs page. The Backup Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all retention jobs in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day.

The backup jobs table displays the following information associated with each job:

  • ID: A unique identification number associated with the backup job.
  • Resource ID: The Resource associated with the backup job.
  • Region: The AWS region in which a backup job is triggered.
  • Account: The CloudRanger Account on which the job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: The resource type on which the job is initiated, for example, DynamoDB, EC2, RDS, or Redshift.
  • Policy Name: The backup policy associated with the job.
  • Action: The type of action initiated by the job, for example, backup.
  • Triggered: The time when the job was initiated.
  • State: The current status of each job.
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Note: A cross.PNG icon against the State field indicates a failed job status. Click the Job ID to view the progress log and associated status messages. You may also review the job attempts to ascertain the specific step in which the job failed.

Click a Backup Job ID to view the job details.

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The backup job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Field

Description

Overview

This section displays the following information associated with the backup:

  • Resource details: The Resource ID, Resource Name, and Resource Type associated with the backup job.
  • Primary Region: The AWS region in which the backup job is triggered.
  • Started At: The time when the backup job was initiated
  • Total Time: The total time for all the steps to complete.

Steps

This section displays the stages in which the job is performed.

  • Step: The stages in the job progress. For example, monitor AMI.
  • Region: The AWS region associated with each step.
  • Run Time: The time taken for each step.
  • Attempts: The number of refreshes at each stage.
  • Status: A Jobs State2.PNG indicates a successful job, and Jobs State.PNG  indicates a failed status.
  • Message: Error messages or reasons in case of a failed job status.
Note: The job steps allow you to assess each stage of the job, and the associated Messages, Run Time, and number of Attempts, in case of a failed job status. Use the Refresh icon to repeat a particular step on a failed job.

Retention Jobs

Retention jobs are not resource-specific but are initiated in bulk for all snapshots and AMIs that need to be deleted. The Retention Jobs page lists all jobs associated with backup retention that were triggered within the previous 30 days.

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The Retention Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all retention jobs in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day.

The retention jobs table displays the following information for each job:

  • ID: A unique identification number associated with the job.
  • Region: The AWS region in which a particular job is triggered.
  • Account: The CloudRanger Account on which the job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: The resource type on which the job is initiated, for example, DynamoDB, EC2, RDS, or Redshift.
  • Policy Name: The backup policy associated with the retention job.
  • Triggered: The time when the job was initiated.
  • State: The current status of each job.
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Failed Jobs State.PNG
Note: A cross.PNG  icon against the State field indicates a failed job status. Click the Job ID to view the progress log and associated status messages. You may also review the job attempts to ascertain the specific step in which the job failed.

Click a Retention Job ID to view the job details.

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The retention job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Field

Description

Overview

This section displays the following information associated with the retention:

  • Primary Region: The AWS region in which the retention job is triggered.
  • Started At: The time when the retention job was initiated
  • Total Time: The total time for all the steps to complete.

Steps

This section displays the stages in which the job is performed.

  • Step: The stages in the job progress. For example, delete backup.
  • Region: The AWS region associated with each step.
  • Run Time: The time taken for each step.
  • Attempts: The number of refreshes at each stage.
  • Status: A Jobs State2.PNG indicates a successful job, and Jobs State.PNG  indicates a failed status.
  • Message: Error messages or reasons in case of a failed job status.
Note: The job steps allow you to assess each stage of the job, and the associated Messages, Run Time, and number of Attempts, in case of a failed job status. Use the Refresh icon to repeat a particular step on a failed job.

Restore Jobs

The main Restore Jobs page lists all jobs associated with backup restore that were triggered within the previous 30 days.

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The Restore Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all restore jobs in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day. 

The main restore jobs table displays the following information for each job:

  • ID: A unique identification number associated with the job.
  • Resource ID: The Resource associated with the restore job.
  • Region: The AWS region in which the restore job is triggered.
  • Account: The CloudRanger Account on which the job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: The resource type on which the job is initiated, for example, DynamoDB, EC2, RDS, or Redshift.
  • Action: The type of action initiated by the job, for example, flsdownload.
  • Triggered: The time when the job was initiated.
  • State: The current status of each job.
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Failed cross.PNG
Note: A cross.PNG icon against the State field indicates a failed job status. Click the Job ID to view the progress log and associated status messages. You may also review the job attempts to ascertain the specific step in which the job failed.

Click a Restore Job ID to view the job details.

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The restore job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Field

Description

Overview

This section displays the following information associated with the restore:

  • Primary Region: The AWS region in which the restore job is triggered.
  • Started At: The time when the restore job was initiated
  • Total Time: The total time for all the steps to complete.

Steps

This section displays the stages in which the job is performed.

  • Step: The stages in the job progress. For example, monitor instance.
  • Region: The AWS region associated with each step.
  • Run Time: The time taken for each step.
  • Attempts: The number of refreshes at each stage.
  • Status: A Jobs State2.PNG indicates a successful job, and cross.PNG indicates a failed status.
  • Message: Error messages or reasons in case of a failed job status.
Note: The job steps allow you to assess each stage of the job, and the associated Messages, Run Time, and number of Attempts, in case of a failed job status. Use the Refresh icon to repeat a particular step on a failed job.

Disaster Recovery Jobs

The main Disaster Recovery Jobs page lists all DR-related jobs, including environment cloning jobs, which were triggered within the previous 30 days.

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The Disaster Recovery Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all DR jobs in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day.

The disaster recovery jobs table displays the following information for each job:

  • ID: A unique identification number associated with the job.
  • Resource ID: The Resource associated with the disaster recovery job.
  • Region: The AWS region in which the disaster recovery job is triggered.
  • Account: The CloudRanger Account on which the job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: The resource type on which the job is initiated, for example, DynamoDB, EC2, RDS, or Redshift.
  • Plan Name: The DR Plan that triggered the job.
  • Action: The type of action initiated by the job, for example, clone.
  • Triggered: The time when the job was initiated.
  • State: The current status of each job.
Success Jobs State2.PNG
Failed Jobs State.PNG
Note: A cross.PNG icon against the State field indicates a failed job status. Click the Job ID to view the progress log and associated status messages. You may also review the job attempts to ascertain the specific step in which the job failed.

Click a Disaster Recovery Job ID to view the job details.

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The disaster recovery job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Field

Description

Overview

This section displays the following information associated with the disaster recovery:

  • Resource details: The Resource ID, Resource Name, and Resource Type associated with the disaster recovery job.
  • Primary Region: The AWS region in which the disaster recovery job is triggered.
  • Started At: The time when the job was initiated
  • Total Time: The total time for all the steps to complete.

Steps

This section displays the stages in which the job is performed.

  • Step: The stages in the job progress. For example, environment clone mapping.
  • Region: The AWS region associated with each step.
  • Run Time: The time taken for each DR stage.
  • Attempts: The number of refreshes at each stage.
  • Status: A Jobs State2.PNG indicates a successful job, and Jobs State.PNG indicates a failed status.
  • Message: Error messages or reasons in case of a failed job status.
Note: The job steps allow you to assess each stage of the job, and the associated Messages, Run Time, and number of Attempts, in case of a failed job status. Use the Refresh icon to repeat a particular step on a failed job.

Scheduling Jobs

The main Scheduling Jobs page lists all scheduling-related jobs that were triggered within the previous 30 days.

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The Scheduling Activity Trend chart provides a graphical view of all scheduling jobs in the last 30 days. Hover over the graph to view the total number of successful or failed jobs on a particular day.

The scheduling jobs table displays the following information for each  job:

  • ID: A unique identification number associated with the job.
  • Resource ID: The Resource associated with the scheduling job.
  • Region: The AWS region in which the scheduling job is triggered.
  • Account: The CloudRanger Account on which the job is triggered.
  • Resource Type: The resource type on which the job is initiated, for example, EC2, RDS, or Redshift.
  • Schedule Name: The resource schedule associated with the job.
  • Action: The type of action initiated by the job, for example, start or stop.
  • Triggered: The time when the job was initiated.
  • State: The current status of each job.
Success Jobs State2.PNG
Failed Jobs State.PNG
Note: A cross.PNG icon against the State field indicates a failed job status. Click the Job ID to view the progress log and associated status messages. You may also review the job attempts to ascertain the specific step in which the job failed.

Click a Scheduling Job ID to view the job details.

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The scheduling job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, the job progress, and associated logs.

Field

Description

Overview

This section displays the following information associated with the scheduling:

  • Resource details: The Resource ID, Resource Name, and Resource Type associated with the scheduling job.
  • Primary Region: The AWS region in which the scheduling job is triggered.
  • Started At: The time when the scheduling job was initiated
  • Total Time: The total time for all the steps to complete.

Steps

This section displays the stages in which the job is performed.

  • Step: The stages in the job progress. For example, monitor instance.
  • Region: The AWS region associated with each step.
  • Run Time: The time taken for each step.
  • Attempts: The number of refreshes at each stage.
  • Status: A Jobs State2.PNG indicates a successful job, and Jobs State.PNG  indicates a failed status.
  • Message: Error messages or reasons in case of a failed job status.
Note: The job steps allow you to assess each stage of the job, and the associated Messages, Run Time, and number of Attempts, in case of a failed job status. Use the Refresh icon to repeat a particular step on a failed job.

 

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