Druva generates jobs for all the UI-triggered, scheduled, and maintenance Oracle activities performed on the Management Console. Druva associates each job with a unique job identification number (Job ID). The jobs are listed on the All Jobs page. A job can hold a specific status during its lifetime. You can track the progress of a job by viewing the progress log.
The All Jobs page lists all the backup, restore, and log requests jobs that Druva is performing, or performed for Oracle databases.
- Log in to the Management Console.
- Click Oracle > Direct to cloud from the Protect menu. Note that if the All Organizations menu is enabled, you have to first select an organization where you have registered the Oracle Server host and then click Oracle > Direct to Cloud.
The Oracle Servers page opens.
- In the left tab, click All Jobs.
The All Jobs page opens with a list of jobs along with the following job details:
- Job ID: A unique identification number associated with the job.
- Job Type: The type of job operation, such as Backup, Restore, and Log Request.
- Database: The name of the database for which the job is triggered. The icon indicates that the database is a standby database and the icon indicates a RAC database.
Server/Cluster: The name of the server or cluster on which the job is triggered.
- Start Time: The time when the job operation starts.
- End Time: The time when the job operation completes.
- Status: The status of the triggered job, for more information about the various job statuses, see Job Status.
The Jobs page provides filters, such as Job Type, Job Status, and Started In, that allow you to filter your jobs. The job filters list the jobs based on their types, statuses, and the time frames they are started in. After applying filters, you can click individual jobs to view the job statistics. The job statistics provide additional information about the backup and restore jobs, for example, data estimation, network I/O throughput, and other such backup and restore details, which aid in troubleshooting backup performance issues.
The Jobs page displays the following filters on the top-right corner.
The Job Type filter provides the following three options to list jobs based on the type of job:
- Backups (full), Backups (Incremental), Backups (Log)
- Log Request
Note: The Log Request jobs do not display progress log.
The Status filter allows you to filter jobs based on their statuses.
- Queued: The triggered jobs that are waiting to be processed.
- Running: The jobs that are being processed. During backup job for an Oracle database, one of the following statuses is displayed:
- The estimated data to be backed up and the total number of files scanned is displayed.
- After the estimation is completed, the percentage of data uploaded to the cloud is displayed.
- Successful: The jobs are processed without any errors.
- Successful with errors: The jobs are processed with some errors.
- Failed: The jobs that were not processed successfully.
Note: A failed job is displayed with an error code. Hover on the error code to view the error message. The error code hyperlink redirects to the exact error message description on the documentation portal.
- Cancelled: The jobs that were canceled.
- Waiting for retry: The jobs that failed in the previous attempt and waiting to be processed again.
- Skipped: The jobs that did not start within the scheduled window because another job is in progress.
- Backup window expired: The list of jobs Druva could not complete because the entire data set was not backed up within the specified duration, and a restore point was not created.
The Database Type filter allows you to filter jobs based on the type of database. The filter provides the following options:
The Database Role filter allows you to filter jobs based on the role of the database. The filter provides the following option:
The Started In filter allows you to filter jobs based on their time frame they are initiated. The filter provides the following options.
- Last 24 hours
- Last 7 days
- Last 1 month
Note: Use the Reset option to clear the filters.
Cancel a job
This topic provides instructions for canceling a job. When you cancel a job that is in the running state, the Hybrid Workloads agent cancels the RMAN job.
- On the All Jobs page, select the ongoing backup, restore, or the log request job that you want to cancel, and click Cancel Job.
- Click Yes on the confirmation message displayed.