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hadus
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Which transfer value

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Hi there, I had a need to go through our logs, looking for previous restore sessions.
I found this

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[16.11.2021 10:35:50] <6729> Info         [CloudForwarding] Updating session [ID 2679014a-a84e-4b7b-92e1-36e12dc76eab | user xxxxxx | session Restore 08326a24-58b2-46ae-a6c8-f268b14d049e | type Restore] data amounts and data transfer rate: total sent to client:119488039559; received from client:349695; transfer rate from client: 24; transfer rate to client: 26
Can anyone tell me what values are used in regards to data send and transfer rate?
bits / Bytes?

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Re: Which transfer value

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Hello,
pretty sure, that it's bytes. Which log file is it exactly and what type of restore is it (file, VM, something else?)

Once I have the answer, I would just check the size vs. the log.

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Hannes
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Re: Which transfer value

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Hi Hannes
I'm guessing you are right. It's from the service provider end of cloudconnect.
So it's the result of a tenant having restored something. Not something we can replicate ourselves :) Files are just called session.log.

Example:
X:\ProgramData\Veeam\Backup\CloudConnectService\xxxxx-tenant\Restore_ce114fd6-8241-4133-b0ac-bc0c4a117549
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Re: Which transfer value

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Hello,
well, I hope that you can replicate it yourself ;-) It's just adding a "test tenant" to know how the "other side" looks like...

Anyway... yes, it's bytes. I restored a 280MB disk. For file level restore, the "data amounts" string does not exist in the log file

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Hannes
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