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Interpreting my Capacity Report

PastaFazole

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I run a capacity report to see how I am complying with my SUR license. I want to know if my interpretation of this is correct:

Can I add the 29.89 TB + 30.77 TB to arrive at the total amount of data I am backing up?

Thanks,

**** Tivoli Storage Manager Suite for Unified Recovery ****
**** Terabyte (TB) Capacity Report ****
**** For Use with V6.3 or Servers ****
****************** (macro version: 1.5) *******************
Capacity Report for server: MyTSMServer
Report generatation date: 2016-01-13

Data Managed by TSM Suite for Unified Recovery
TB within PRIMARY storage pools: 29.89

*----------------- Deduplication Benefits ----------------*
TSM Data deduplication resulted in
TB being excluded from measurement: 30.77
 

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