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Ignacio N. asked ·

How can I predict an approximate maximum weight of the .tar backup file?

Hello,

I need to set a backup scheduler and I need to know how much can the .tar weight, so I can make a SCP to another host.

Thank you in advance!

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Radoslaw S. answered ·

Backup size is estimated as (1.05 * metric repository) + (2 * Elasticsearch store)

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Hi Radoslaw, thanks for replying.

When you say metric repository, what do you mean? Where do I have to look for that value inside my CMC/tenant?

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On the home Dashboard of the CMC open any Node, there you get the Storage values:

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Undestood, thanks for the help! Cheers!

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This would be good to have in the documentation @Radoslaw S.

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