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    Dear,

    I would like help regarding backup information: I would like to know the number of files that were backed up such a server, ie, the amount in MB that has a backup server (using the select command).

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    Ramon

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    Ok Chris_magic,

    I already have the SELECT command through the site mentioned.
    It turns out that I am not able to mount a query that tells me the total of backed up by a particular server and informandoa date it was executed.

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