Duration of a Full Backup Job in TFS

In order to properly plan a production migration of TFS I often also check the duration of a full backup. The easiest way to see the evolution of the latest Full Backups is to run a simple SQL Query in the TFS_Configuration database …

TFSFullBackupDuration

SELECT [QueueTime], [StartTime], [EndTime], [Result], [ResultMessage], CONVERT(TIME,[EndTime] – [StartTime]) as Duration  FROM [Tfs_Configuration].[dbo].[tbl_JobHistory] jh JOIN [Tfs_Configuration].[dbo].[tbl_JobDefinition] jd on jh.JobId = jd.JobId WHERE jd.JobName = ‘Full Backup Job’ order by HistoryId desc

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