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Data Domain CLI Command Reference Guide

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This is a Data Domain CLI Command Reference Guide for the commands that are more commonly used.

If you’re looking to automate reports for your Data Domain, see my post Easy Reporting on Data Domain using the Autosupport Log.

Alerting
# alerts notify-list create <group-name> Creates a notification list and subscribes to events belonging to the specified list of classes and severity levels.
# alerts notify-list add <group-name> Adds to a notification list and subscribes to events belonging to the specified list of classes and severity levels.
# alerts notify-list del <group-name> Deletes members from a notification list, a list of classes, a list of email addresses.
# alerts notify-list destroy <group-name> Destroys a notification list
# alerts notify-list reset Resets all notification lists to factory default
# alerts notify-list show Shows notification lists’ configuration
# alerts notify-list test Sends a test notification to alerts notify-list
CIFS and NFS
# cifs share create share path {max-connections max connections | clients clients | users users | comment comment}
# cifs status Check CIFS Status
# cifs disable Disable CIFS Service
# cifs enable Enable CIFS Service
NFS
# nfs add path client-list [(option-list)] Add NFS clients to an Export
# nfs show active List clients active in the past 15 minutes and the mount path for each
# nfs show clients list NFS clients allowed to access the Data Domain system and the mount path and NFS options for each
# nfs show detailed-stats display NFS cache entries and status to facilitate troubleshooting
# NFS Status Display NFS Status
# NFS Enable Enable NFS Service
# NFS disable Disable NFS Service
DD Boost
# ddboost enable Enable DDBoost
# ddboost status show DDBoost status
# ddboost set user-name <user-name> Set DD Boost user
# ddboost access add clients <client-list> Add clients to DD Boost access list
# ddboost storage-unit create <storage-unit-name> Create storage-unit, setting quota limits
# ddboost storage-unit delete <storage-unit-name> Delete storage-unit
# ddboost storage-unit show [compression] [<storage-unit-name>] List the storage-units and images in a storage-unit:
# ddboost storage-unit create <storage-unit> user <user-name> Create a storage unit, assign tenant, and set quota and stream limits
# ddboost storage-unit delete <storage-unit> Delete a specified storage unit, its contents, and any DD Boost assocaitions
# ddboost storage-unit rename <storage-unit> <new-storage-unit> Rename a storage-unit
# ddboost storage-unit undelete <storage-unit> Recover a deleted storage unit
# ddboost option reset Reset DD Boost options
# ddboost option set distributed-segment-processing {enabled|disabled} Enable or disable distributed-segment-processing for DD Boost
# ddboost option set virtual-synthetics {enabled | disabled} Enable or disable virtual-synthetics for DD Boost
# ddboost option show Show DD Boost options
# ddboost option set fc {enabled | disabled} Enable or disable fibre-channel for DD Boost
# ddboost fc dfc-server-name set DDBoost Fibre-Channel set Server Name
# ddboost fc dfc-server-name show Show DDBoost Fibre-Channel Server Name
# ddboost fc status DDBoost Fibre Channel Status
# ddboost fc group show list [<group-spec>] [initiator<initiator-spec>] List configured DDBoost FC groups
# ddboost fc group create <group-name> Create a DDBoost FC group
# ddboost fc group add <group-name> initiator <initiator-spec> Add initiators to a DDBoost FC group
# ddboost fc group add <group-name> device-set Add DDBoost devices to a DDBoost FC group
Encryption and File system Locking
# filesys enable Enables the file system
# filesys disable Disables the file system
# filesys encryption enable Enables encryption. Enter a passphrase when prompted
# filesys encryption disable Disables encryption.
# filesys encryption show Checks the status of the encryption feature
# filesys encryption lock Locks the system by creating a new passphrase and destroying the cached copy of existing passphrase
# filesys encryption passphrase change Changes the passphrase for system encryption keys
# filesys encryption unlock Prepares the encrypted file system for use after it has arrived at its destination
Licensing
# license add <license-code> [<license-code> …] Adds one or more licenses for features and storage capacity.
# license show [local] Displays license codes currently installed.
# license del <license-code> Deletes one or more licenses.
# license reset Removes all licenses and requires confirmation before deletion.
Network
# net show settings Displays the interface’s network settings
# net show hardware Displays the interface’s hardware configuration
# net show config Displays the active network configuration
# net show domainname Displays the domain name associated with this device
# net show searchdomain Lists the domains that will be searched when only the host name is provided for a r command
# net show dns Lists the domain name servers used by this device.
# net show stats Provides a number of different networking statistics
# net show all Combines the output of several other net show CLI commands
Replication, Throttling, LBO, Encryption
# replication enable {<destination> | all} Enables replication
# replication disable {<destination> | all} Disables replication
# replication add source <source> destination <destination> Creates a replication pair
# replication break {<destination> | all} Removes the source or destination DD system from a replication pair
# replication initialize <destination> Initialize replication on the source (configure both source and destination first)
# replication modify <destination> {source-host | destination-host} <new-host-name> Modifies connection host, hostname
# replication modify <destination> connection-host <new-host-name> [port <port>] Modifies port
# replication add … low-bw-optim enabled Adds LBO
# replication modify … low-bw-optim enabled Modify LBO
# replication modify … low-bw-optim disabled Disable
# replication add … encryption enabled Add encryption over wire
# replication modify … encryption enabled Enable encryption over wire
# replication modify … encryption disabled Disable encryption over wire
# replication option set listen-port <port> Modify listening port  [context must be disabled before the connection port can be modified]
# replication option reset listen-port Reset listening port  [context must be disabled before the connection port can be modified]
# replication throttle add <sched-spec> <rate> Add a throttle schedule
# replication throttle add destination <host> <sched-spec> <rate> Add a destination specific throttle
# replication throttle del <sched-spec> Delete a throttle schedule
# replication throttle reset {current | override | schedule | all} Reset throttle configuration
# replication throttle set current <rate> Set a current override
# replication throttle set override <rate> Set a permanent override
# replication throttle show [KiB] Show throttle onfiguration
Retention Lock
# mtree retention-lock enable mtree_name Enables the retention-lock feature for the specified MTree
# mtree retention-lock disable mtree_name Disables the retention-lock feature for the specified MTree
# mtree retention-lock reset Resets the value of the retention period for the specified MTree to its default
# mtree retention-lock revert Reverts the retention lock for all files on a specified path
# mtree retention-lock set Sets the minimum or maximum retention period for the specified MTree
# mtree retention-lock show Shows the minimum or maximum retention period for the specified MTree
#mtree retention-lock status mtree_name Shows the retention-lock status for the specified MTree
Sanitization
#system sanitize abort Aborts the sanitization process
#system sanitize start Starts sanitization process immediately
#system sanitize status Shows current sanitization status
#system sanitize watch Monitors sanitization progress
SMT MTree stats
# mtree list List List the Mtrees on a Data Domain system
# mtree show stats Collect MTree real-time performance statistics
# mtree show performance Collect performance statistics for MTrees associated with a tenant-unit
# mtree show compression Collect compression statistics for MTrees associated with a tenant-unit
# quota capacity show List capacity quotas for MTrees and storage-units
# ddboost storage-unit modify Adjust or modify the quotas after the initial configuration
System Performance
# system show stats interval [interval in seconds] Shows system stats (Disk, IOs,…etc)
# system show performance [ {hr | min | sec} [ {hr | min | sec} ]] Show System Performance
NDMP
# ndmpd enable Enable the NDMP daemon
# ndmpd show devicenames Verify that the NDMP daemon sees the devices created in the TapeServer access group
# ndmpd user add ndmp Add an NDMP user
# ndmpd option show all Check the options for the ndmpd daemon
# ndmpd option set authentication md5 Set the ndmpd service authentication to MD5
# ndmpd option show all Verify the serivce authentication
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Easy reporting on data domain using the autosupport log

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I was looking for an easy (and free) way to do some daily reporting on our data domain hardware.  I was most interested in reporting on disk space, but decided to gather some other data as well.  The easiest method I found is to use the info collected in the autosupport log.  First, I’ll explain how to automatically gather the autosupport log from your data domain, and then move on to how to pull only the information you want from it for reporting purposes.

First, you need to enable ftp on the data domain and add the IP address of the FTP server you’re going to use to pull the file.  Here are the commands you need to run on your data domain:

adminaccess enable ftp
adminaccess add ftp 10.1.1.1 
 

Next, you’ll want to pull the files from the data domain.  I am using a windows FTP server to pull the autosupport files.  The windows batch script I use is scheduled to run once a day and is listed below.  I use the ftp command and call a text file with the specific IP and login info for each data domain box.

ftp -s:10.1.1.2.txt
ftp -s:10.1.1.3.txt
ftp -s:10.2.1.2.txt
ftp -s:10.2.1.3.txt
 

The text files that the ftp script calls (that are named <ipaddress.txt>) look like this:

open 10.1.1.2
sysadmin
<password>
cd support
lcd e:\reports\dd\SITE1_DD_01
get autosupport
quit
 

Once you’ve downloaded the autosupport file, you can run scripts against it to pull out only the info you’re interested in.  I prefer to use unix shell scripts for parsing files because of the extra functionality over standard windows batch scripts.  I have Cygwin installed on my web server to run these shell scripts.

If you take a look at the autosupport log, you’ll notice that it’s very long and contains some duplicate characters in multiple areas, which makes using grep, awk, and sed a bit more challenging.  It took a bit of trial and error, but the scripts below will pull only the specific areas I wanted:  System Alerts, File system compression, Locked files, Replication info, File distribution, and Disk space information.

The first script below will gather disk space information using grep.  Spacing inside the quotes is very important in this case, as I was looking for specific unique strings within the autosupport log, and using grep for these unique strings will produce the correct output.  In this example, I am gathering info for four data domain boxes. For those unfamiliar with Cygwin, you can access windows drive letters by navigating to /cygdrive/<drive letter>.  To view the root of the C drive, you would type ‘cd /cygdrive/c’ from the CLI.  In this case, my windows batch script that pulls the autosupport files places them in the e:\reports\dd folder, which would be /cygdrive/e/reports/dd folder when using the cygwill shell.

Here is the script:

# Site 1 Data Domain 01
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport | grep “=  SERVE” > /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport | grep “Active Tier:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport | grep “Resource           Size” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport | grep “/data:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport | grep “/ddvar     ” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt
 
# Site 1 Data Domain 02
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport | grep “=  SERVE” > /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport | grep “Active Tier:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport | grep “Resource           Size” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport | grep “/data:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport | grep “/ddvar     ” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt
 
# Site 2 Data Domain 01
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport | grep “=  SERVE” > /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport | grep “Active Tier:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport | grep “Resource           Size” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport | grep “/data:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport | grep “/ddvar     ” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt
 
# Site 2 Data Domain 02
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport | grep “=  SERVE” > /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport | grep “Active Tier:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport | grep “Resource           Size” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport | grep “/data:” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt
cat /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport | grep “/ddvar     ” >> /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt
 
# Copy the reports to the web server directory.
cp /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/SITE1_DD_01_diskspace.txt /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/
cp /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/SITE1_DD_02_diskspace.txt /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/
cp /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/Site2_DD_01_diskspace.txt /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/
cp /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/Site2_DD_02_diskspace.txt /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/
 

For the remaining reports, I used the ‘sed’ command rather than ‘grep’.  As an example, I’ll explain how I stripped out the information for the System Alerts section.  In order to strip out it out, I use sed to start cutting text when it reaches ‘Current Alerts’, and stop cutting text when it reaches ‘There are’.   This same process is repeated to pull the information for the other reports as well (alerts, compression, locked files, replication, distribution).

This is what the Current Alerts section looks like in the autosupport log:

Current Alerts
--------------
Alert Id   Time                       Severity   Class               Object          Message                                                             
--------   ------------------------   --------   -----------------   -------------   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
774        Wed Dec 19 11:32:19 2012   CRITICAL   SystemMaintenance                   Core dump capability is now disabled due to lack of space in /ddvar.
807        Sun Jan 20 09:07:18 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=3       repl ctx 3: Sync-as-of time is more than 461 hours ago.             
808        Sun Jan 20 09:07:18 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=4       repl ctx 4: Sync-as-of time is more than 461 hours ago.             
809        Sun Jan 20 09:07:19 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=5       repl ctx 5: Sync-as-of time is more than 461 hours ago.              
814        Mon Jan 28 23:20:45 2013   CRITICAL   Filesystem          FilesysType=2   Space usage in Data Collection has exceeded 95% threshold.          
820        Wed Jan 30 15:52:40 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=2       repl ctx 2: Sync-as-of time is more than 148 hours ago.             
824        Mon Feb  4 12:36:39 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=10      repl ctx 10: Sync-as-of time is more than 24 hours ago.             
825        Wed Feb  6 02:13:51 2013   WARNING    Replication         context=19      repl ctx 19: Sync-as-of time is more than 24 hours ago.             
--------   ------------------------   --------   -----------------   -------------   ---------------------------------------------------------------------
There are 8 active alerts.
 

In this case, sed searches for ‘Current Alerts’ and copies all of the text until it reaches the string ‘There are’, at which point it stops and outputs the file.  The output files are written directly to the wwwroot folder on my internal reporting web page.  Each page encapsulates the output files in an iframe, so the web page is automatically updated every morning when the script runs.

Here is the second script that captures the remaining data:

#For Alerts
sed -n ‘/Current Alerts/,/There are/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_01_alerts.txt
sed -n ‘/Current Alerts/,/There are/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_02_alerts.txt
sed -n ‘/Current Alerts/,/There are/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_01_alerts.txt
sed -n ‘/Current Alerts/,/There are/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_02_alerts.txt
 
#For Filesystem Compression
sed -n ‘/Filesys Compression/,/((Pre-/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_01_filecomp.txt
sed -n ‘/Filesys Compression/,/((Pre-/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_02_filecomp.txt
sed -n ‘/Filesys Compression/,/((Pre-/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_01_filecomp.txt
sed -n ‘/Filesys Compression/,/((Pre-/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_02_filecomp.txt
 
#For Locked Files:
sed -n ‘/Locked files/,/Active/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_01_lockedfiles.txt
sed -n ‘/Locked files/,/Active/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_02_lockedfiles.txt
sed -n ‘/Locked files/,/Active/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_01_lockedfiles.txt
sed -n ‘/Locked files/,/Active/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_02_lockedfiles.txt
 
#Repl Transferred over 24 hrs
sed -n ‘/Replication Data Transferred/,/(sum)/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_01_repl.txt
sed -n ‘/Replication Data Transferred/,/(sum)/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_02_repl.txt
sed -n ‘/Replication Data Transferred/,/(sum)/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_01_repl.txt
sed -n ‘/Replication Data Transferred/,/(sum)/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_02_repl.txt
 
#File Distribution
sed -n ‘/File Distribution/,/> 500 GiB/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_01_filedist.txt
sed -n ‘/File Distribution/,/> 500 GiB/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/SITE1_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/SITE1_DD_02_filedist.txt
sed -n ‘/File Distribution/,/> 500 GiB/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_01/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_01_filedist.txt
sed -n ‘/File Distribution/,/> 500 GiB/p’ /cygdrive/e/reports/dd/Site2_DD_02/autosupport > /cygdrive/c/inetpub/wwwroot/Site2_DD_02_filedist.txt
 

When all is said and done, the report output looks like this:

Alerts:

Current Alerts
--------------
Alert Id   Time                       Severity   Class         Object          Message                                                   
--------   ------------------------   --------   -----------   -------------   ----------------------------------------------------------
1157       Wed Feb  5 12:23:19 2014   WARNING    Replication   context=3       Sync-as-of time is more than 24 hours ago.                
1161       Sun Feb  9 08:33:48 2014   CRITICAL   Filesystem    FilesysType=2   Space usage in Data Collection has exceeded 95% threshold.
--------   ------------------------   --------   -----------   -------------   ----------------------------------------------------------
There are 2 active alerts.

Filesystem Compression:

Filesys Compression
--------------                  
From: 2014-03-06 05:00 To: 2014-03-13 06:00

                  Pre-Comp   Post-Comp   Global-Comp   Local-Comp      Total-Comp
                     (GiB)       (GiB)        Factor       Factor          Factor
                                                                    (Reduction %)
---------------   --------   ---------   -----------   ----------   -------------
Currently Used:   495122.5    122948.5             -            -     4.0x (75.2)
Written:*                                                                        
  Last 7 days       9204.2      5656.6          1.1x         1.5x     1.6x (38.5)
  Last 24 hrs         74.1        36.4          1.0x         2.0x     2.0x (50.9)
---------------   --------   ---------   -----------   ----------   -------------
 * Does not include the effects of pre-comp file deletes/truncates
   since the last cleaning on 2014/03/11 02:07:50.

Replications:

Replication Data Transferred over 24hr
--------------------------------------
Directory/MTree Replication:
Date         Time         CTX   Pre-Comp (KB)   Pre-Comp (KB)           Replicated (KB)   Low-bw-   Sync-as-of      
                                      Written       Remaining    Pre-Comp       Network     optim   Time            
----------   --------   -----   -------------   -------------   -----------------------   -------   ----------------
2014/03/13   06:36:18       2     104,186,675      86,628,349   55,522,200   37,756,047      1.00   Thu Mar 13 05:53
                            3               0               0            0            0      0.00   Tue Feb  4 12:00
                            4               0               0            0        4,882      0.00   Thu Mar 13 06:00
                            8               0               0            0        5,120      0.00   Thu Mar 13 06:00
                           29               0               0            0        5,098      0.00   Thu Mar 13 06:00
                        (sum)     104,186,675                   55,522,200   37,771,148      1.00  

File Distribution:

File Distribution
-----------------
169,432 files in 8,691 directories

                          Count                         Space
               -----------------------------   --------------------------
         Age         Files       %    cumul%        GiB       %    cumul%
   ---------   -----------   -----   -------   --------   -----   -------
       1 day            13     0.0       0.0       74.4     0.0       0.0
      1 week           223     0.1       0.1     2133.7     0.4       0.4
     2 weeks         5,103     3.0       3.2    39121.2     7.8       8.3
     1 month        12,819     7.6      10.7    79336.5    15.9      24.1
    2 months        21,853    12.9      23.6   153873.8    30.8      54.9
    3 months         5,743     3.4      27.0    45154.6     9.0      64.0
    6 months         3,402     2.0      29.0    13674.3     2.7      66.7
      1 year        17,035    10.1      39.1    72937.7    14.6      81.3
    > 1 year       103,241    60.9     100.0    93461.7    18.7     100.0
   ---------   -----------   -----   -------   --------   -----   -------

                          Count                         Space
               -----------------------------   --------------------------
        Size         Files       %    cumul%        GiB       %    cumul%
   ---------   -----------   -----   -------   --------   -----   -------
       1 KiB        11,257     6.6       6.6        0.0     0.0       0.0
      10 KiB        44,396    26.2      32.8        0.3     0.0       0.0
     100 KiB        38,488    22.7      55.6        1.3     0.0       0.0
     500 KiB         9,652     5.7      61.3        2.1     0.0       0.0
       1 MiB        27,460    16.2      77.5       70.4     0.0       0.0
       5 MiB        12,136     7.2      84.6       27.3     0.0       0.0
      10 MiB         3,861     2.3      86.9       26.9     0.0       0.0
      50 MiB         4,367     2.6      89.5       96.6     0.0       0.0
     100 MiB           853     0.5      90.0       58.2     0.0       0.1
     500 MiB           861     0.5      90.5      201.0     0.0       0.1
       1 GiB           495     0.3      90.8      309.7     0.1       0.2
       5 GiB           567     0.3      91.1     1460.2     0.3       0.5
      10 GiB           336     0.2      91.3     2574.1     0.5       1.0
      50 GiB        14,691     8.7     100.0   494083.5    98.9      99.8
     100 GiB            11     0.0     100.0      683.3     0.1     100.0
     500 GiB             1     0.0     100.0      173.0     0.0     100.0
   > 500 GiB             0     0.0     100.0        0.0     0.0     100.0

Disk Space:

==========  SERVER USAGE   ==========
Active Tier:
Resource           Size GiB   Used GiB   Avail GiB   Use%   Cleanable GiB
/data: pre-comp           -   245211.8           -      -               -
/data: post-comp    51484.9    31811.0     19673.9    62%            35.4
/ddvar                 78.7        7.9        66.8    11%               -