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    Default need help to advance the amanda email report

    the mail shows online

    STATISTICS:
    Total Full Incr.
    -------- -------- --------
    Estimate Time (hrs:min) 0:00
    Run Time (hrs:min) 0:02
    Dump Time (hrs:min) 0:01 0:01 0:00
    Output Size (meg) 413.2 413.1 0.1
    Original Size (meg) 648.0 646.6 1.5
    Avg Compressed Size (%) 63.8 63.9 6.8 (level:#disks ...)
    Filesystems Dumped 3 1 2 (1:2)
    Avg Dump Rate (k/s) 7011.4 7054.0 269.1

    Tape Time (hrs:min) 0:00 0:00 0:00
    Tape Size (meg) 413.2 413.1 0.1
    Tape Used (%) 2.1 2.1 0.0 (level:#disks ...)
    Filesystems Taped 3 1 2 (1:2)
    Avg Tp Write Rate (k/s) 37360.2 38201.0 412.7


    which setting(amanda.conf), i need, that amanda shows the clients, hosts, etc and directories

    sorry for my bad english
    thanks

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    Default defined the columnspec string in amanda.conf

    Defines the width of columns amreport should use. String is a comma (',') separated list of triples. Each triple consists of three parts which are separated by a equal sign ('=') and a colon (':') (see the example). These three parts specify:

    the name of the column, which may be:

    Compress (compression ratio)
    Disk (client disk name)
    DumpRate (dump rate in KBytes/sec)
    DumpTime (total dump time in hours:minutes)
    HostName (client host name)
    Level (dump level)
    OrigKB (original image size in KBytes)
    OutKB (output image size in KBytes)
    TapeRate (tape writing rate in KBytes/sec)
    TapeTime (total tape time in hours:minutes)

    the amount of space to display before the column (used to get whitespace between columns).


    the width of the column itself. If set to a negative value, the width will be calculated on demand to fit the largest entry in this column.

    Here is an example:

    columnspec "Disk=1:18,HostName=0:10,OutKB=1:7"

    The above will display the disk information in 18 characters and put one space before it. The hostname column will be 10 characters wide with no space to the left. The output KBytes column is seven characters wide with one space before it.

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