Displaying virus scanning statistics

Server and Cluster Administration Guide for Hitachi NAS Platform

Version
15.1.x
Audience
anonymous
Part Number
MK-92HNAS010-35
The Virus Statistics page summarizes virus scanning activity.
Note: Files will only be deleted, repaired, or quarantined if the virus scan engine has been configured to do so.
  1. Navigate to Home > Data Protection > Virus Statistics.


    Note: When a virus is detected, a severe event is placed in the Event Log, identifying the path of the infected file and the IP address of the client machine that wrote the file.
    Important: Files will only be deleted, repaired or quarantined if the virus scan engine has been configured to do so.
    Field/Item Description
    EVS Identifies the currently selected EVS; click change to display statistics for a different EVS.
    Last Reset Displays the last time the statistics were reset to zero. Click the reset button to reset all values to zero.
    Last Refreshed Displays the date and time the page was last refreshed. The page automatically refreshes every 10 seconds.
    Number of virus scans Number of times files have been scanned for viruses.
    Number of clean scans Number of times files have been scanned with no viruses detected.
    Number of errored scans Number of times a failure occurred while scanning a file.
    Additional statistics (not supported on every virus scan engine)
    Number of infections found Number of times files have been scanned and detected infections found.
    Action taken The action taken on a detected infection, such as whether the file is repaired, deleted, or quarantined.
    Number of infections repaired Number of times the virus scan engine has repaired infections found.
    Number of files deleted Number of files deleted because they contain irreparable infections.
    Number of files quarantined Number of files quarantined because they contain irreparable infections.
  2. When the server is part of a cluster, the Cluster Node field identifies the node, and the change button allows you to change nodes, and display statistics for that node.