Subclient Properties (General)

Use this tab to add, modify or view general information on the selected subclient.

Client Name

Displays the name of the Client computer to which this subclient belongs.

Agent Type

Displays the name of the Agent to which this subclient belongs.

Subclient Name

Displays the name of this Subclient. You can use this space to enter or modify the name of the subclient.

ONTAP Content Only

Specifies whether this subclient will create a OSSV Volume for ONTAP data, for use with SnapVault. Selecting this option allows only ONTAP data to be included as subclient content.

Quick Recovery Agent Policy

List of available OSSV Policies.

Use Source Host as the Default Import Host

Specifies that the snapshot be imported to the source host, rather than the default import host (specified in the Default Import Host drop-down list below) before data aging. This option applies only to OSSV VSS hardware transportable snapshots.

Default Import Host

Specifies the host to which the snapshot will imported before data aging. Data Aging of a OSSV VSS hardware snapshot requires that it be imported before pruning. If the snapshot has not been imported and data aging is run, the snap will automatically be imported to the default import host before being pruned. This option applies only to OSSV VSS hardware transportable snapshots.

Disable Incremental update of OSSV Volumes

When selected, the subclient will not be incrementally updated. This is for use when configuring subclients with overlapping content.

Select Software Compression

Specifies whether software compression is enabled or disabled when the selected OSSV Policy is configured to use a LAN copy manager. Data will not be compressed when using a Software or Hardware copy manager, even if it is selected.

Compression ON

Specifies that software compression of data will be used on this subclient.

Compression OFF

Specifies that software compression of data will not be used on this subclient.

Throttle Network Bandwidth (MB/HR)

Specifies whether the backup throughput is controlled or not. (By default this option is not selected and therefore the throughput is not controlled). When selected, use the space to specify a value for the throughput. By default, this is set to 500. The minimum value is 1 and there is no limit to the maximum value. (In this case the backup throughput will be restricted to the maximum bandwidth on the network.)

Use this option to set the backup throughput, based on the network bandwidth in your environment. Use this option to reduce the backup throughput, so that the entire network bandwidth is not consumed, especially in slow links. Increasing this value will end up consuming the bandwidth with the maximum throughput limited to the network bandwidth capability.

Note that throttling is done on a per Network Agent basis.