You can use these reports to find out the amount of data moved during data protection jobs:
dp-transfer-backup-individual DP Transfer Backup, Individual
dp-transfer-backup-daily DP Transfer Backup, Daily
dp-transfer-backup-weekly DP Transfer Backup, Weekly
dp-transfer-backup-monthly DP Transfer Backup, Monthly
dp-transfer-backup-quarterly DP Transfer Backup, Quarterly
dp-transfer-backup-yearly DP Transfer Backup, Yearly
dp-transfer-mirror-individual DP Transfer Mirror, Individual
dp-transfer-mirror-daily DP Transfer Mirror, Daily
dp-transfer-mirror-weekly DP Transfer Mirror, Weekly
dp-transfer-mirror-monthly DP Transfer Mirror, Monthly
dp-transfer-mirror-quarterly DP Transfer Mirror, Quarterly
dp-transfer-mirror-yearly DP Transfer Mirror, Yearly
dp-transfer-dataset-daily DP Transfer Dataset, Daily
dp-transfer-dataset-weekly DP Transfer Dataset, Weekly
dp-transfer-dataset-monthly DP Transfer Dataset, Monthly
dp-transfer-dataset-quarterly DP Transfer Dataset, Quarterly
dp-transfer-dataset-yearly DP Transfer Dataset, Yearly
The DP Transfer Backup reports provide information about data transfers during the backup operation.
This table defines all fields in the DP Transfer Backup reports that DataFabric Manager server reports by default.
Database ID for a backup relationship
Name of the source object
Name of the destination object
Indicates the start date and time of the data transfer
Amount of data transferred in bytes
The average transfer rate in kilobytes per second
The number of data transfers that occur during a period of time
The number of failed data transfers that occur during a period of time
Growth of data in bytes from a particular point of time
Duration of data transfer
Start time of the data transfer
End time of the data transfer
Status of the data transfer job
As long as the source and destination controllers are monitored by Operations Manager and if the relationship is being listed then you will find it under the following report.
IIRC, starting version OCUm 5.2 we by default disabled the datatransfer log parsing, which you may have to enable.
I think there is some confusion. Operations Manager by default provides data transfer reports for all kinds of relationship namely
The built in report for item 1 is dp-transfer-mirror-* and for items 2 to 4 is dp-transfer-backup-*
The only requirements is that both source and destination controllers needs to be monitored by Operations Manager. It doesnt matter, if the schedules are manged by Operations Manager or SnapMirror.conf or any third party scheduler.
Every report give this details.I am not sure what report you are referring to.
[root@vmlnx~]# dfm report view dp-transfer-mirror-individual help
DP Transfer Mirror, Individual Report (dp-transfer-mirror-individual)
DP Transfer Mirror, Individual
objId Relationship ID
srcName Source Name
dstName Destination Name
transStart Transfer Start
transEnd Transfer End
transKBs Bytes Transferred
transRate Transfer Rate /sec
Default sort order is +objId.
Thank you, that looks like what I am looking for! I am not familiar with how to add a column to a report in Operations Manager. What I am doing is choosing Reports, All from the menu, then choosing Mirrors under Disaster Recovery, clicking All SnapMirror Relationships, and Show. I don't see a place for editing the columns. Is there a way to edit them in Operations Manager? If not, and I generate the report from the command line, does the report still show up in Operations Manager? Thanks for the help!
We want the same info on how much data is being transferred by our snapmirrors. We also do not use data protection, but have manually created all the snapmirrors. The disaster recovery reports work, but the data protection transfer reports are all blank.
Is this just a matter of enabling data transfer log parsing? If so, how do we do this?
My support ticket went no where. The rep told me we need to engage professional services to write a custom report. Which does not seem right.