Asigra backup service
This service monitors Asigra backup sets. You will need a separate instance of the Asigra Backup service to monitor each backup set.
You need to use a Windows probe when monitoring an Asigra backup set on a device using a Red Hat Enterprise or CentOS Linux operating system. To ensure the Windows probe successfully discovers the Linux device, you need to install the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Distributable Package on the device where the Windows probe is installed. For more information on the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Distributable Package, see http://www.microsoft.com/en-ca/download/details.aspx?id=5555.
After upgrading an agent that monitors the Asigra Backup service, you will need to stop the Windows agent services, place the Asigra .DLL files to the agent's
bin directory and re-start the Windows agent services.
For N-able N-central to monitor Asigra v12.x backup sets, you must redistribute the Asigra API bundle as well as the Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Distributable Package, which includes the msvcp100.dll and msvcr100.dll files, as follows:
- If you are using a previously-installed Probe and you are installing Asigra for the first time, you must store the API bundle and the MSVC .DLL files in the probe's
- If you are monitoring Asigra using a previously-installed agent, you must store the API bundle and the MSVC .DLL files in the agent's
- If you include an Asigra discovery during the installation of a probe, ensure the MSVC .DLL files are stored in the location configured in the DLL path field of the installation software.
- If you are adding the API bundle and the new MSVC .DLL files to an existing agent or probe configuration, you need to re-start the agent or probe after storing the MSVC .DLL files so that N-able N-central can start using them.
|Instances on a Device||100|
|Supported Systems/Applications||Asigra version 9.2 and newer.|
|Device Class||Windows server|
|Monitored By||Windows agent and Windows probe|
|Job Timeout||The time in hours that the N-able N-central server waits for the backup job to report data. If the backup job has not reported data in the specified time, the service changes to a Failed state. The default is 24 hours.|
|Backup Set Names||The identifying names of the discovered Asigra backup sets.|
|Scan Interval in Minutes||The time in minutes between each scan. The default scan interval is 30 minutes.|
|Repeat Weekly on Days||The scan is repeated weekly on the specified days.|
|Repeat Monthly on Days||The scan is repeated monthly on the specified days.|
|Last Attempted Backup Start Date and Time||The last date and time that a backup was tried, whether successful or not.|
|Backup Status||The current status of the backup set.|
|Backup Status Description||A description of the current status of the backup set.|
|Last Successful Backup Start Date and Time||The last date and time that a backup was successful.|
|Last Sync Time||The last time that the backup set was synchronized.|
|Backup Duration||The time it took for the backup to be completed.|
|Backup Data Type||The type of data being backed up, for example, HyperV or Sybase.|
|Backup Set Type||The type of backup set as either Local Only or Local and Offsite.|
|Stored Size||The size of the backed up data in its stored location.|
|Protected Size||The size of the backed up data prior to compression or encryption.|
|Native Size||The size of the backed up data in its original location.|