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MS-SQL Server Details page

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 Overview

This topic provides instructions for viewing and editing the MS-SQL server details using the Servers details page. 

Access Path

  1. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  2. On the menu bar, click Servers
    The Servers page opens with a list of registered servers.
  3. Under the Configured tab, in the Name column, click the server name for which you want to view the details.
    The Servers details page opens.

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Field Description

The following table lists the fields on the Servers details page. 

Field Description

FQDN/Hostname

The complete qualified domain name or hostname of the server.

Connection Status

The current connection status of the server.

OS

The operating system running on the server.

Client Version    

Displays the version of the Phoenix agent running on the server.

Source + Changes (total)

The total volume of the backup data generated at the source. This size includes the initial full backup and incremental data from all subsequent backups.

Current Source (total)

The total volume of the data on the source server at the time of the last backup.

# Snapshots

The count of hot, warm, and cold snapshots for the MS-SQL Server. The thawed snapshots are counted as warm snapshots.

Administrative group

The administrative group associated with the server.

Click the link to change or remove the administrative group.

Backup Sets

Backup Set Type

The type of backup sets, such as File or MS-SQL, associated with the server.

Backup Enabled

The status of the backup policy.

Backup Configuration

Storage

The storage configured for the server.

Backup Policy

The name of backup policy associated with the server.

Backup Instances

The list of instances that should be backed up.

Exclude Databases

The databases excluded from the backup.

Backup & Restore

The Backup & Restore section displays backup and restore jobs for the last seven days with the following three status: 

  • Successful
  • Successful With Errors (Backup only)
  • Failed

Backup Data

The Backup Data section illustrates the following data for the last 90 days:

  • Source+Change: The volume of backup data generated at the source. The volume includes the initial full backup and incremental data from all subsequent backups.
  • Current Source: The size of the data on the source server(s) at the time of the last backup.

Actions

The following table lists the actions on the Servers details page.

Action Description

Add New Backup Set

Click the button to add a new backup set to the selected server.

More Actions

Click the button to select options to edit the server name, upgrade the client, re-register the server, or delete the server.

Backup Now

Click the button to initiate the backup of the databases in the backup set.

Restore

Click the button to initiate the Snapshot restore, Point in Time, or Transaction Mark restore.

For more information, see Restore MS-SQL Server databases.

More

Click the button to initiate the backup content and backup policy, disable the scheduled backup or delete the backup set.

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