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Phoenix Backup Store page

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The availability of this feature is limited based on the license type, region, and other criteria. To access this feature, contact your Druva Account Manager or Druva Support. This article/documentation is subject to change based on the continuous improvements to this feature.

The Phoenix Backup Store page provides information about a Phoenix Backup Store and the backup mounts on it. It also provides options that you can use to backup and restore databases.

Access path

  1. On the Phoenix Management Console, select the organization from the top menu bar. 
  2. In the organization page, click Protect > Oracle on the top menu bar. The Oracle page appears.
  3. Click the Phoenix Backup Store name under the Phoenix Backup Store tab of the Oracle page.

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The following sections describe the fields and options available on this page.

Phoenix Backup Store

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Field description

Field Description
Client Version Shows the Phoenix Backup Store version deployed in your infrastructure.
Platform Shows the information about the operating system on which the Phoenix Backup Store is deployed.
Phoenix Backup Store usage Shows the storage available on the Phoenix Backup Store.
Source+Changes (total) Shows 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) Shows the total volume of the data on the source server at the time of the last backup.
Connection Status Shows if the Phoenix Backup Store is connected to the Phoenix Cloud.
Configuration Status Shows if the Phoenix Backup Store is configured, and Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) can store data on it.
# Snapshots Shows the number of snapshots that Phoenix Backup Store has uploaded to Phoenix Cloud.

In addition, this section provides:

Backup Mount


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Field description

Field Description
Name Shows the name of the backup mount.
Storage Shows the storage on the Phoenix Cloud on which the snapshots uploaded from the backup mount are stored.
Max Bandwidth Shows the bandwidth available to the Phoenix Backup Store to upload a snapshot to the Phoenix Cloud.
Backup Enabled Shows if the Phoenix Backup Store can upload snapshots from the backup mount. The backup mount gets disabled if the Phoenix Backup Store is unable to upload snapshots from the backup mount to the Phoenix Cloud for a while. 
Retention Shows the retention policy applied to the snapshots on the Phoenix Cloud. For more information, see Retention.
IP Whitelist Shows the list of IP addresses that can write data to the backup mount.
Upload Pending Snapshots Shows the number of snapshots on the backup mount that the Phoenix Backup Store is yet to upload to the Phoenix Cloud.

In addition, this section provides:

  • Restore button: Use this button to restore data backed up from this mount. For more information, see Restore Oracle Databases.
  • More Actions button: Use this dropdown menu perform actions such as editing retention settings, the IP whitelist, and maximum bandwidth. For more information, see Manage Phoenix Backup Stores and backup mounts.
  • 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
  • The Data Trend area: Illustrates the following data for the last 90 days:
    • Backup Data
      • Source+Change: Shows the amount of backup data generated at the source. This includes the initial full backup and incremental data from all subsequent backups.
      • Current Source: Shows the size of the data on the source server(s) at the time of the last backup.
    • Change Rate
      • Data Growth: Difference between the data sizes of the source data and the total source + changes data.
      • Average Change Rate:  Average of the daily change rate for a backup set calculated since the time of the first backup.  
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