From the Monitor tab, you can view and manage jobs (cancel, queued, or running jobs or change the job priority of a queued job) from backup/recovery appliances managed by the management console. You can also view events, which are information, warning, and error notifications raised by an appliance.
Jobs are identified in the Job View as the following:
- Not run
- Running (where the progress bar indicates the percent completion of the active job)
Succeeded With Warnings
You can filter jobs by name, status, start or end time, type, host, or application.
You can directly navigate from the Jobs list view in Monitor to:
- The Access window in App Manager by clicking the link on an application listed in the Application columns.
- The Job Details view in Monitor by clicking a status state link listed in the Status columns.
- By default, the Monitor view lists the jobs that are running. You can uncheck this default filter to show all jobs that are being monitored.
Monitor alerts in the management console events monitor
You can learn about the context of an event in the Events Monitor. Events are information, warning, or error notifications raised by a backup/recovery appliance. You can view events in the Events Monitor by doing the following:
Viewing events based on date or severity
Filtering events based on columns displayed in the Events window
Events are identified in the Events view as the following:
Right-click the event to select View Details of a selected event. To interpret the information in the event, see Interpret event details in the events monitor.
Interpret event details in the events monitor
The list below has the event items and their meanings.
- ID. Error sequence number.
- Event ID. Event identifier. Events are listed in Backup and DR Event IDs and Error Codes.
- Appliance Name. The name of the backup/recovery appliance that processed the job.
- Application Name. The name of the application as it appears in the App Manager.
- Application Type. The type of application in the App Manager.
- Component. The component that reported the event. If the component type is SKY, this means the event was reported by the backup/recovery appliance named in the Appliance Name field.
- Job Name. The job name as it appears in the System Monitor Jobs tab.
- Error Code. Event identifier. Error codes are listed in Backup and DR Event IDs and Error Codes.
- Error Message. Descriptive text, often with an additional error message appended to it.
- Requires Clearing. Some events are clearable.
- Event Date. A timestamp for the event.
- Object Type and Object ID. The backup/recovery appliance component that encountered the event.
- Notification Type. Severity: information, warning, or error.