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Viewing Migration Reports

Chapter 6

Migration reports overview

Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange provides detailed reports about the migrations you run. You can view an aggregate report that includes information from all your migration runs or a separate report for each migration run. Use these reports to determine whether errors occurred during a migration and why they occurred.

I n a d d i t i o n t o m i g r a t i o n r e p o r t s , G o o g l e A p p s M i g r a t i o n f o r M i c r o s o f t ® E x c h a n g e p r o v i d e s t h e following related information:

  • Log files: In most cases, migration reports provide all the information you need to troubleshoot errors in a migration. However, you may need to examine detailed logs to troubleshoot a specific issue or send these logs to Google support for analysis. For details, see “Interpreting log files” on page 71.

  • Diagnostics: Migration reports show only message errors that occur during a migration. To determine whether there are errors with your configuration, run the pre- migration diagnostics. For details, see “Run diagnostics” on page 51.

Report IDs

Whenever you run a migration, Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange creates a report with a unique name, or ID. A report is named by the date and time at which the migration run completed, and includes the process ID. For example, a report with the name 2011-10-12-11-14-20-p5172.log was created on October 12, 2011, at 11:14:20 A.M., with a process ID of 5172.

Migration report views

There are two types of migration report views, which are available for both the aggregate report and specific migration reports:


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