Job Controller Columns
The following table describes the list of columns available in the Job Controller window.
|Agent Type||The agent that is performing the operation. (e.g., Windows 2008 File System).|
|Alert||The name of the job-based alert, if configured for the job.|
|Attempt Start Time||The time that the Job Manager attempted to initiate the job.|
|Backup Set||The backup set that was protected/recovered during the operation and to which the subclient belongs.|
|Client Computer||For data protection operations, the client computer to which the backup set and subclient belong. For data recovery operations, the computer from which the data originated.|
|Client Computer Group||The client computer group where the client performing the job belong.|
|Current Throughput||The current data transfer rate (in GB/hr).|
|Delay Reason||The description of the reason why the operation may be pending, waiting, or failing.|
|Description||A brief description of the running job.|
|Destination Computer||The destination client to which the recovered data will be stored.|
|Drives/Mount Paths||The drives/mount paths that are being used by the operation. For more information about media, see Media Operations.|
|Elapsed||The duration of time consumed by the operation.|
|Error Code||Error Code for job pending or job failure reason. (See Job Errors for more information.)|
|Errors||Displays any errors that have occurred during the operation, such as a hardware problem or the job has run outside of an operation window. (See Job Errors for more information.)|
|Estimated Completion Time||The time that the Job Manager estimates for this job to be completed.|
|Flags||Displays an icon for any running high-priority job with a priority level of less than 100.|
|Instance||The instance (or partition) in the client computer that represents the database that was included in this operation.|
|Job ID||A unique number allocated by the Job Manager that identifies the data protection, data recovery, or administration operation.|
|Job Initiation||The origin of the operation: the CommCell Console (Interactive), a schedule (Scheduled), or a third party interface (Native Application Interface).|
|Job Type||The type of operation that is being conducted on data.|
|Last Update Time||The last time the Job Manager received job updates for the operation.|
|Libraries||The libraries that is being used by the operation.|
|Max Restarts||The maximum number of times the job will be restarted after a phase of the job has failed. This is set in the Job Management (Job Restarts) tab.|
|Maximum Number of Readers||The maximum number of readers that can be used for the operation.|
|MediaAgent||The MediaAgent to which the operation is being directed.|
|Number of Readers in Use||The number of readers currently in use for the operation.|
|Operation||The type of data protection, data recovery, or administration operation being conducted.|
|Phase||The current phase of the operation. The number of phases varies depending on the operation.|
|Priority||The priority that is assigned to the operation. (For more information, see Job Priorities and Priority Precedence).|
|Progress||A status bar indicating its progress. The progress bar is not visible for certain operations (e.g., data aging) or for the initial phases of some data protection operations.
The Job Controller progress bar will not display the progress of SAP for MAXDB backup and restore jobs accurately. This is true because SnapProtect cannot detect data or objects transferred by SAP for MAXDB due to the way SAP for MAXDB transfers these items.
|Restart Interval (Mins)||The amount of time the Job Manager will wait before restarting a job that has gone into a pending state. This is set in the Job Management (Job Restarts) tab.|
|Retained By||The type of retention rules defined for the job, basic or extended. For more information, see Data Aging.|
|Start||The date and time on the CommServe when the operation started.|
|Status||The status of the operation. For job status descriptions, see Job Status Levels.|
|Storage Policy||The storage policy to which the operation is being directed.|
|Subclient||The subclient that was protected during the operation. Note that a deleted subclient will have a Unix time stamp appended to its name in cases where another subclient is currently using the same name as the deleted subclient.|
|System State||Indicates if system state was backed up during the operation.|
|Transferred||The amount of data that has been transferred for the operation at the present time.|
|User Name||The name of the user who initiated the operation.|
|Automated Content Classification Policy||Name of the Automated Content Classification Policy.|
|Backup Type||The type of backup that was conducted: Differential, Full, Incremental or Synthetic.|
|Content Indexed||Displays Full, Partial, or No to indicate whether content indexing was used for the operation. Operations performed with older releases of the software may display Yes or No.
Note that if a job is displayed as partially content indexed, not all of the data protected in the job was content indexed successfully. Rerun content indexing on this job so that the protected data is fully content indexed.
|Failed Folders||The number of folders that were not included in the operation.|
|Failed Files||The number of files that were not included in the operation.|
|Index||Displays New Index to indicate a new index was created during the operation. If blank, a new index was not created.|
|Legal Hold Name||The Name specified for the Legal Hold data.|
|Legal Hold Retention Time||The time frame for which the Legal Hold Data will be retained.|
|Number of Objects||The total number of objects including successful, failed and skipped.|
|Size on Media||The total size of data that was transferred to the media (excluding duplicated data).
The amount displayed is the compressed amount (if compression is enabled) includes valid and invalid attempts of the backup jobs.
|Size of Application||The amount of the application data that has been protected.
If job has completed with multiple attempts, the amount displayed may be larger.
|Size of Backup||The amount of compressed data that has been protected, which includes all application data and metadata.|