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Disaster Recovery Failback Activity Report for MSPs
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The Disaster Recovery Failback Activity report provides details of the failback jobs triggered for the failed over EC2 instances in the organization. The report includes the following details of each failback job: the identifier of the failback job, the identifier of the instance for which failback is triggered, the name of the source vCenter/ESXi, the date and the timestamp of the start and the completion of each failback operation, the status of the failback operation, the IP address of the destination vCenter/ESXi, the name and the universal unique identifier (UUID) of the recovered virtual machine during failback, and the details of the failback operation. See, more about disaster recovery workflow.

The combination of global customer ID, customer name, and account name gives you a powerful tool to identify customer-specific entries in a large dataset. In addition, you can use the service plan filter to customize the report to focus on service plan-specific alerts.

📝 Note

  • The MSC fetches data of reports within a maximum of 6 to 12 hours

  • It might take 24 to 48 hours for the data to appear in this report if a new customer or tenant is added to MSC.

To access the report:

Go to Managed Services Center (MSC) > Reports > Hybrid Workloads > Disaster Recovery Failback Activity Report

📝 Note
The report is displayed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

The following table lists all the fields in the Disaster Recovery Failback Activity Report



Global Customer ID

A Unique Universal Identifier for a customer.

Customer Name

Name of the customer.

Account Name

Name by which Druva should identify the customer.
Note: Account name and customer may be the same for some customers if Admin has not selected the option Hide Customer Name from Druva while creating a new customer.

Job ID

The unique identification number of the DR Failbacks job.

DR Plan Name

The name of the disaster recovery plan


The name of the organization in which the workload is configured.


The date and time when the DR Failback first occurred.


The date and time when the DR Failback ended.

Destination vCenter/ ESXi

The destination of the vCenter/ESXi setup where the instance must failback.

This list only displays the vCenter/ESXi servers registered with Disaster Recovery.


The details of the DR Failbacks Job. For example, Cancelled.


The following table lists the actions that you can perform on this report page



Add filter

Creates filters to display the report based on the filter’s selection.

Rearrange column

Changes the order of the columns in the Disaster Recovery Failback Activity Report details table. You can change the order of the columns in the table by dragging a column and dropping it to the required position within the table.

Manage Subscription

Create a subscription to receive the reports on schedule.

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