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View Oracle job details page
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The Job details page includes detailed information about the selected job, and its progress and complete logs. To view details of a specific job on the ALLJobs page, click the required job ID in the Job ID column.

The Details tab displays the following information:

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Job Details

Job Type

The type of operation. For a backup job, the Job Type field displays Backup.


The name of the database for which the job is triggered. See the Icon table for icons used on UI to represent different database types like standby or RAC.


The name of the server that runs the database.


The name of the cluster on which the job is triggered.

Backup Set Type

The type of the server configured for backup. The Backup Set Type for Oracle databases is Oracle.

Backup Policy

The name of the backup policy associated with the database.

Start Time

The time when the job execution starts.

End Time

The time when the job execution completes.


The status of the job. For more information, see Job Status.

Error Code

The error code displayed if the backup or restore job fails. You can click the error code to open the troubleshooting documentation.

Error Message

The error message displayed if the job fails.

Data Transfer

Data Transferred to Cloud

The volume of data backed up to Druva Cloud.

Data Transferred to CloudCache

The volume of data backed up to CloudCache.

Backup Duration

The total time taken to upload data to the Druva Cloud. Backup duration excludes the estimation time, network retry time, and the waiting for retry time.

Backup Speed

The rate at which the source data is scanned for backup.

Bandwidth Consumed

The bit rate to transfer data to the Druva Cloud.

Environment Details

Disk Rate Write

The bit rate for writing I/O by the agent. The Disk Read Rate is an average of the total data read with respect to the total time taken to read data at various intervals for all drives where data is distributed.

Network Retry Duration

The total time spent in the network retries. It represents the cumulative of all network session duration.

# Network Retries

The number of network retry attempts made within a job session.

Restore Location

Destination Server

The server where the database is restored.

Destination Location

The directory structure where the database is restored.

πŸ“ Note
​The Destination Location field is blank if SP file is selected for restore.

Oracle Base

The directory structure of the location where Oracle software and configuration files are stored.

Oracle Home

The environment variable that contains the directory structure where the Oracle database is installed.

Restored Database Name

The name of the database that is restored to an alternate server.

Restore SP File

Indicates whether the SP File is restored.

#RMAN Channels

The number of channels allocated to databases to be restored.

Restore Wallet Files

Indicates whether the wallet files are restored.

RAC Node Details

Node Configured for Backup

The name of the node that was configured successfully for backup.

RMAN Channels Allocated

The number of channels allocated to each node.


The status of each node.


Logs Requested on

The date and time on which the Log Request job is initiated.

Available for download till

The date and time until which the logs are available for download. The requested logs are available only for 7 days (for agent version 6.x or earlier) or 30 days (for agent version 7.x or later) after the generation of the logs.

Logs size

The size of the extracted log files.

Icon table



Represents a standby database.

Represents a RAC database.

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