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CloudCache Details page
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Enterprise Workloads Editions: ❌ Business | βœ… Enterprise | βœ… Elite

Overview

The CloudCache Details page provides information about the CloudCache server configuration, cache usage, and the backup sets that are associated with a CloudCache server. The Data Sync Trend charts shows the data that has been synced from the CloudCache server to the Druva Cloud and helps the administrators to plan and monitor the usage of the CloudCache server.

Access Path

  1. Log in to the Management Console.

  2. Click Manage > CloudCache. Note that if the All Organizations menu is enabled, you have to first select an organization and then click Manage > CloudCache.
    The All CloudCache Devices page opens with the summary of all configured CloudCache.

  3. Click the Configured tab.

  4. In the CloudCache Name column, click the CloudCache name for which you want to view the details.
    The CloudCache Details page opens.

The CloudCache Details page consists of the following tabs:

Overview tab

The Overview tab helps the administrators view the current status and configuration of the selected CloudCache Server. Information about the cache usage and current schedule and resources consumed helps the administrators determine the pattern in which the CloudCache server capacity is consumed. The Data Sync Trend charts shows the data that has been synced from the CloudCache server to the Druva Cloud and helps the administrators to plan and monitor the usage of the CloudCache server.


​Description

The following table lists the fields on the Overview tab.

Field

Description

Summary

CloudCache Name

The name of the CloudCache.

Connection Status

The current connection status of the CloudCache server.

# Backup Sets Attached

The number of backup sets attached to this CloudCache.

Activated On

The date and time when the CloudCache server is activated.

FQDN

The fully qualified domain name of the CloudCache server.

Version

The current version of the CloudCache server.

CloudCache Usage

The total size used on the CloudCache server and the total allocated size.

Estimated Un-Synced Data

The estimation of the data that is currently not synced with the Druva Cloud.

Data Sync Trend

Data Synced to Cloud

The amount of backup data synchronized by the CloudCache server with the Druva Cloud from the last daily sync schedule.


πŸ“ Note
​You can hover the mouse on the graph to know the daily synced data on a specific date (within the last 30 days).


Data Pending Upload

The amount of backup data that was not synchronized by the CloudCache server with the Druva Cloud in the last 30 days.

Actions

An administrator can update CloudCache details, upgrade the CloudCache, or decommission the CloudCache Server on this page. The following table lists the actions that can be performed on the CloudCache Server on the Overview page .

Action

Description

Edit

Click the button to edit the CloudCache details.

For more information, see Edit CloudCache details.

Upgrade Client

Click to upgrade the CloudCache to the latest version. For more information, see Upgrade CloudCache.

Decommission Cache

Click the button to decommission the CloudCache.

For more information, see Decommission CloudCache.

Configuration tab

The Configuration tab provides the administrator information about the upload schedule of the CloudCache and the data volume details for backup on CloudCache.

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Description

The following table lists the fields on the Configuration tab.

Field

Description

Upload Schedule

Backup to Cloud if unable to backup to Cache

The status that indicates whether you selected an option to back up to the cloud if unable to back up to the CloudCache.

Days

The days on which you want the CloudCache to synchronize backup data to the cloud storage.

Start At (CloudCache Timezone)

The time when you want the CloudCache to start synchronization.

Upload Window (Hrs)

The duration in hours within which you want synchronization to occur.


πŸ“ Note
​ If the synchronization completes within this duration, CloudCache checks for data additions every 10 minutes. If new data is backed up during this period, CloudCache synchronizes this new data to the Druva Cloud. For example, if you set Start time to 9 AM and duration to 4 hours, and the synchronization completes before 1 PM, CloudCache checks for new data every 10 minutes. CloudCache synchronizes this data to the cloud. CloudCache considers this synchronization operation as complete at 1 PM.


Max. Bandwidth

The bandwidth in Mbps that you want the CloudCache to consume at the time of synchronizing backup data to the cloud storage.

Data Volumes

Volume

The data volume or the folder on the CloudCache server created for data backup.

Volume Usage

The total size of the volume used for data backup and the total size allocated to the data volume.

Actions

An administrator can update the upload schedule, add new upload schedule, or update the data volume details of the data to be backed up to the CloudCache on this page. The following table lists the actions that can be performed on the Configuration page :

Action

Section

Description

Edit

Upload Schedule

Click the button to edit the synchronization schedule for the CloudCache. For more information, see Update synchronization schedule for a CloudCache.

Add Data Volume

Data Volumes

Click the button to add a data volume to the CloudCache. For more information, see Add Data Volumes.

Edit

Data Volumes

Click the edit icon to edit the size of the existing data volume size. For more information, see Editing data volume size.

Attached Backup Sets tab

The AttachedBackup Sets tab provides the administrator information about the backup sets that are attached to the CloudCache Server, manage the backup sets and their settings. You can search for a specific backup set by providing the backup set name. Additionally, you can also filter the backup sets based on the backup set type. The available options are:

  • Files

  • MS-SQL

  • NAS

  • VMWare

  • HyperV

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​Description

The following table lists the fields on the Backup Sets tab.

Fields

Description

Backup Set Type

The type of content that is defined for backup.

Administrative Group

The name of the administrative group mapped to the server.

Retention period

The number of days for which the backup data will be retained by CloudCache.

Actions

The following table lists the actions on the Backup Sets tab.

Action

Description

Edit Retention

Click the button to change the retention period.

Detach

Click the button to detach the mapped backup set or virtual machine from the CloudCache.

For more information, see Detach a backup set.

Attach More Backup Sets

Click the button to add or map a backup set to the CloudCache.

For more information, see Attach a new backup set.

Jobs tab

The Jobs page provides a list of all backup, restore, and log request jobs.
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Field

Description

Job ID

A unique identification number associated with the job. Click on the job ID to view the job details.

Job Type

The type of job operation:

  • Upload: These are sync jobs scheduled by an administrator.

  • Upload (Unscheduled): These are the sync jobs that are triggered by the system when a recovery point needs to be scanned for UDA Encryption Check to detect anomalous file actions such as create, update, and delete.


Note: This is applicable only for VMware virtual machines.


Data Uploaded

The size of the data uploaded to the cloud.

Start time

The time when the job started.

End time

The time when the job completed.

Status

The status of the job:

  • Queued: The triggered jobs that are waiting to be processed.

  • Running: The jobs that are being processed; and the percentage of data uploaded to the cloud is also displayed.

  • Successful: The jobs were completed without any errors.

  • Failed: The jobs that did not complete successfully.

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