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View destination statistics with the Reporting web app

Applies to:
  • Code42 CrashPlan (previously CrashPlan PROe)


The destination status report provides usage details for each destination in your Code42 environment, including:

  • Total storage used
  • Active storage used
  • Cold storage used

This article explains how to run a destination status report.

Run a destination backup report

  1. Sign in to the administration console.
  2. From the application selector in the upper right, select Reporting.
  3. Select the arrow next to Device Status Report, and select Destination Backup Report.
  4. Enter your search parameters, such as destination or the storage amount used.
  5. Click Run Report.
    Destination status report
  6. (Optional) Click on a destination to view more information about which organizations back up to it.
  7. (Optional) Click Export All As CSV to generate and download the report as a CSV file.
  8. (Optional) Click the table configuration options icon gear icon to show or hide columns.

Example use case: Disk usage

The destination status report allows you to easily identify destinations that are using the most storage.

Run the report

For example, to identify destinations using more than 10 GB of storage space:

  1. Under Total Storage Used, select Greater than or equal to.
  2. Enter 10 GB. (Adjust this value as appropriate for your environment.)
  3. Click Run Report.

View the results

Option A: Sort by total storage used

This method requires you to page through the results if there are more than 50 rows.

In the search results, click the Total Storage Used column heading to sort your results in descending order (largest archives listed first).

Option B: Export to CSV

This method allows you to access all of the results at once, even if there are more than 50 rows.

  1. Click Export All As CSV.
    The CSV file is generated and downloads.
  2. Open the CSV file in a spreadsheet application such as Microsoft Excel.
  3. Sort the results by the totalStorageBytes column.