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Code42 Support

Dashboard Reference

Applies to:
  • CrashPlan PRO
  • CrashPlan PROe

Overview

The administration console is the enterprise server's browser-based administration environment. Use it to view, manage, and monitor 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 monitor licensing, user usage, and storage capacity health for your Code42 environment.

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.
  • You can mouse over most features to display more information.

Dashboard

The dashboard shows a high-level view of your Code42 environment.

Dashboard

Item Description
a Licensing Contains information about license availability, usage, and expiration over time.  
b CrashPlan - Days Left Days remaining until any of your CrashPlan user licenses expire.
c CrashPlan - Licensed Users Number of CrashPlan licenses currently in use.
d CrashPlan - Total User Licenses Total number of available CrashPlan user licenses.
e CrashPlan License Coverage Indicates CrashPlan licenses currently in use that will expire within the next 15, 30, and 90 days.
f SharePlan - Days Left Days remaining until any of your SharePlan user licenses expire.
g SharePlan - Licensed Users Number of SharePlan licenses currently in use.
h SharePlan - Total User Licenses Total number of available SharePlan user licenses.
i SharePlan License Coverage Indicates SharePlan licenses currently in use that will expire within the next 15, 30, and 90 days.
j Usage Contains information about active sessions, archive size, and backup restores.
k Open Archives Number of currently-accessed archives on your master server. This number includes devices backing up (CrashPlan) and syncing (SharePlan), as well as devices that are connected, but not currently backing up or syncing. 
l Inbound Traffic

Bandwidth currently used for backup to your online destinations.

m Outbound Traffic

Bandwidth currently used for restore from your online destinations.

n Online

Bandwidth consumption for your entire deployment over the course of the last hour.

o Average Archive Size Average size of all archives (both CrashPlan and SharePlan).
p Largest Archive The largest archive in your entire deployment. 
q Storage Utilization The 20 users with the largest backups. You can mouse over each section to display 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.
r Last 30 Days
CrashPlan only
Total number of restores initiated across your entire deployment in the past 30 days.
s Files Restored
CrashPlan only
Total number of files that have been restored within your organization in the past 30 days.
t Size Restored
CrashPlan only
The total size of all data restored within the past 30 days.
u Backup Restores Total number of restores initiated each day for the past 30 days.
v Destinations Contains information about storage space on the destinations in your deployment.
w Used Storage The total amount of data stored at all your online destinations, calculated after compression and de-duplication.
x Storage The total amount of data stored in your Code42 environment. This graph shows the past 30 days, and it is calculated once per day.

Storage Server Dashboard

Viewing the dashboard from the administration console of a storage server presents a limited view of your Code42 environment.

Storage server 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 to your online destinations.

c Outbound Bandwidth 

Bandwidth currently used for restore 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  Number of devices that have backed up over the course of the last hour.