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Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by cdesch »

Hi all,

to see if any proxy has some free capacity in terms of sessions, capacity ect. ?
At the moment we could only see the used capacity in the RTS.ResourceUsage.log ?

Would be very nice to see this values in the UI and/or EM.
Thx Chris

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

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Hi,

Are you referring to the "max concurrent tasks" number in proxy settings? If so then I'm not getting how the presence of the value in UI would help you unless you start all your jobs manually?

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

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Shouldn't this dashboard help?

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

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No the Dashboard does not show what i want. I'd like to see what is the current load of proxies or repository session .. i've attached what the RTS log shows:

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[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     *******************************************************************************************************************
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | Resource name                  | Usage | Id                                                      |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     |-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- vSphere Proxies -|
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy25.dom.loc                | 16    | {1ec059dd-805e-4195-bf83-06dc11974b0a}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va07.dom.loc            | 3     | {ac6bbd2a-7770-4466-8ca5-1a270bff2d41}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va02.dom.loc            | 3     | {e884a641-9519-4783-aaa6-24c8b47910a3}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va04.dom.loc            | 2     | {2c712f62-6293-42fb-ad81-31dcd278520e}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va22.dom.loc            | 2     | {49cda662-11d1-4d3c-852c-370efe330b88}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va03.dom.loc            | 3     | {01bdb4ee-880e-4d93-b52f-3c5048e13ae0}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va09.dom.loc            | 2     | {3805eca3-d203-4e2e-9f9d-3f21ad3e2686}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy24.dom.loc                | 19    | {05d2707f-a7bb-4620-ab38-64c93aa3ee8a}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va21.dom.loc            | 3     | {a9a1bf26-7067-4c89-a4fa-7c7fbc154035}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va06.dom.loc            | 2     | {4c236631-32d7-4b66-befe-9fb6359bdb40}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va10.dom.loc            | 2     | {942003d0-1b0f-47b4-b8bf-a52ee37dbdc9}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va01.dom.loc            | 2     | {85a1bece-dacd-43ad-b5d2-bfbeffed271d}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va05.dom.loc            | 3     | {5bdda3be-98fe-461b-9657-c7aa6ff206ed}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | proxy05va08.dom.loc            | 2     | {aebbcb8d-8e85-46c9-ab80-d37f7c5993b5}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     |----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Repositories -|
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | dd05_pr05_ext001           | 4     | {97044e6a-649e-4dac-81f6-cb30220cdbf1}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | dd06_pr05_ext001           | 10    | {79c5e02b-1df4-44c0-8729-c71f5304332a}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     | so01_pr05_ext001           | 98    | {56627d22-d2fd-48b9-8912-4bc045262eb2}                  |
[20.11.2016 21:05:31] <238> Info     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------|
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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by foggy »

cdesch wrote:No the Dashboard does not show what i want. I'd like to see what is the current load of proxies or repository session
The dashboard shows the number of tasks that the proxy is currently processing. Here's also a similar dashboard for repositories.

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by Vitaliy S. »

Just to add to Alexander's reply: both proxy and repository dashboard can also show you how much CPU/Memory resources were consumed by each job running through that proxy/repository. Together with these main dashboards for concurrent tasks monitoring you can use data from CPU/Memory/Disk/Network tabs to analyze if you have enough room space for additional backup/replication jobs.

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by dharenkamp »

In the Dashboards there is a number of "running tasks".
Is there a possibility to get these number with powershell?

In the cmdlets like Get-VBRViProxy there is only the MaxTaskCount
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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

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Hi Daniel, Veeam ONE collects this data from WMI directly. As far as I know there is no cmdlet that returns this data.

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by olafurh » 1 person likes this post

Hi,

Run this on your VBR server for example to use in Powershell.

$proxyRunning = @(Get-WmiObject -Namespace ROOT\VeeamBS -Class Proxy | Select-Object -Property Name, ConcurrentJobsMax, ConcurrentJobsNow, type)
$repoRunning = @(Get-WmiObject -Namespace ROOT\VeeamBS -Class Repository | Select-Object -Property Name, ConcurrentJobsNow, ConcurrentTasksNow, FreeSpace, WillBeRetried, BackedUpSize, Result, type)

olafurh

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Re: Feature Request: RTS Usage in UI/EM

Post by dharenkamp »

Thanks.
That is exactly what i searched for.

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