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Dashboard Reference

Applies to:
  • CrashPlan PROe

Overview

The administration console is the enterprise server's browser-based administration environment. Use it to view, manage, monitor, and configure your Code42 environment.

When you launch the administration console, the dashboard is the first thing to appear. The dashboard's design makes it especially easy to check on information about backup status, licensing, storage, devices, and users.

See Administration Console Overview & Settings for details about all features of the administration console.

Considerations

  • You have the option to display the dashboard in dark or light administration console themes.
  • Mouseovers are available for most features.

Dashboard

The dashboard is an at-a-glance view of all the organizations in your Code42 environment.

Dashboard

Item Description
a Online Devices Number of devices connected to your master server. This number includes devices backing up as well as devices that are connected, but not currently backing up.
b Inbound Bandwidth Bandwidth currently used for backup inbound to your online destinations.
c Outbound Bandwidth Bandwidth currently used for restore outbound from your online destinations.
d Bandwidth Bandwidth consumption for your entire deployment over the course of the last hour.
e Licensed Users The total number of users licensed for backup (this field is a hyperlink to the Users screen).
f Data per user Average amount of data backed up per user.
g Devices with Backup The total number of devices that have associated backup archives.
h Storage Utilization The 20 users with the largest backups.
The mouseover for each section displays the associated username and amount of data backed up for that user. Each segment of the pie chart is also a hyperlink taking you to the specified user's details screen.
i Last 30 days Total number of restores initiated within your organization in the past 30 days.
j Files Restored Total number of files that have been restored within your organization in the past 30 days.
k Size Restored The total size of all data restored within the past 30 days.
l Restores Total number of restores initiated each day for the past 30 days.
m Stored Size The total amount of data stored at your online destinations, calculated after compression and de-duplication.
n Selected Size Total amount of data selected for backup across your entire deployment, calculated before compression and de-duplication.
The mouseover displays number of files selected for backup.
o Size Remaining Total amount of data remaining to back up across your entire deployment, calculated before compression and de-duplication.
The mouseover displays the total number of files waiting to back up.
p Stored The amount of data stored. Graph shows the past 30 days. Data is updated once per day.
q Devices Number of devices currently actively backing up.
r Avg/User Average number of backup sessions per user.
s Avg/Dev Average number of backup sessions per device.
t Backing Up The number of devices that have backed up over the course of the last hour.
u Days Left Days remaining until any of your user licenses expire.
v Licensed Users Number of licenses currently in use.
w Total User Licenses Total number of available user licenses.
x User License Coverage Indicates licenses that need refreshing within the next 15, 30, and 90 days.

Storage Server Dashboard 

The reference guide for the Dashboard of a storage server. 

Storage Server Console

Item Description
a Online Devices  Number of devices connected to your master server. This number includes devices backing up as well as devices that are connected, but not currently backing up.
b Inbound Bandwidth Bandwidth currently used for backup inbound to your online destinations.
c Outbound Bandwidth Bandwidth currently used for restore outbound from your online destinations
d Bandwidth Bandwidth consumption for your entire deployment over the course of the last hour.
e Devices Number of devices currently actively backing up.
f Backing Up The number of devices that have backed up over the course of the last hour.

 

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