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How to generate reports in CloudRanger

This article applies to:

  • Product edition: CloudRanger

Overview

CloudRanger reports provide details about tasks carried out for backup policies, server schedules, and disaster recovery within a certain time period. A report can be generated either for backup policies, disaster recovery (DR) plans, or server schedules. Additionally, a report can be customized to provide details about specific backup policies, DR plans, or server schedules by applying appropriate filters. Reports can be generated daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, and for a specified date range.

Every report has the below three columns along with a Success/Failure graph and Pie chart

  • Date: Time when the task got executed.
  • Server: Name of the server for which the task was executed
  • State: Status of the task after completion

Once a report is generated, you can export it either as a csv or a pdf file.

Generate reports

On the CloudRanger console:

  1.  Click Settings icon GearIcon.png to open the Account Settings page.



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  2. Click View Reports under Reporting.

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  3. Apply the appropriate filters to generate the reports related to backup policies, DR plans, and server schedules. You can apply filters as follows:
    • START DATE and END DATE - To generate a report of tasks completed within the specified dates.
    • Policies, Disaster recovery plans, or Server schedules - To generate a report of tasks related to specific backup policies, DR plans, or server schedules.
    • Select All - To generate a report of tasks related to either all backup policies, DR plans, or server schedules.
    • Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly - To generate a report at regular intervals.

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  4. After specifying all the parameters, click Preview to generate and view the report.

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  5. Use the Export to PDF or Export to CSV to export the report in the desired format.