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NAS share details page

 

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 Overview

This topic provides instructions for accessing the NAS share details page and describes the field displayed on the page.

The NAS share details page provides a view of the configured backup sets for the share and the backup status of each backup set. The page also displays the configuration information of the NAS share and some configuration controls as described in the table below.

Access Path

  1. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the organization containing NAS devices from the drop-down list.
  2. On the menu bar, click NAS
  3. Click the NAS device name to view its details page.
    The NAS device details appear on shares and NAS proxy tabs.  
  4. Click the NAS share name to view the share details page.
    The NAS share details page displays its configuration details and provides some additional configuration options. The fields and details displayed on the NAS share details page are described in the table below.

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Field Description

The following tables describe the fields on the NAS share details page. 

Field Description
   
Share  Name Name of the NAS share.

Administrative group

The administrative group associated with the NAS share.

Click the link to change or remove the administrative group. See Manage administrative groups for NAS shares for more information. 

Source + Changes (total)

The total size 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 size of the data on the source server at the time of the last backup.
# Snapshots The total hot, warm, and cold snapshots for the NAS share. The count for Warm snapshots also includes Thawed snapshots.
Backup set details
Backup Enabled The status of the backup policy.
Last Run Full Scan Date and time of the last full scan. Displays data only if the full scan is enabled for the backup set.
Next Scheduled Full Scan Date and time of the next full scan. Displays data only if the full scan is enabled for the backup set.
Backup Configuration 
Backup Policy The name of backup policy associated assigned to the backup set. Click the link to open the backup policy details page. See Manage backup policies for NAS shares for more information. 
NAS proxy The name of the NAS proxy assigned to the backup set. 
Storage The storage configured for the backup set.
Backup Folders The list of folders backed up by the backup set.
 

Backup & Restore (Last 7 days)

The Backup & Restore section displays backup and Restore jobs for the last 7 days. The status is displayed as follows: 

  • SuccessfulBackup.png - Successful
  • SuccessWithErrors.png - Successful With Errors (Backup only)
  • BackupFailed.png - Failed

Backup Data

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

  • Source+Change: The amount of backup data generated at source. This 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 describes the actions on NAS share details page.

Field Description
Add New Backup Set Click to add a new backup set in the NAS share server. See Manage backup sets for NAS shares for more information. 
More Actions > Edit Click to make changes in the configurations of backup sets. See Manage backup sets for NAS shares for more information. 
the button to select options to edit the server name, upgrade the client, re-register the server, or delete the server.
More Actions > Disable Backup Click to disable backup from the backup set. This is a toggle setting and you can resume the same to again enable backups.
More Actions > Delete Click to delete the backup set. See Manage backup sets for NAS shares for more information.

Backup Now

Click to initiate a manual backup. This action overrides the backup schedule set in the backup policy.

Restore

Click to restore the NAS share data. You can restore data to the same NAS share or an alternate share. For more information, see Restore a NAS share.