If you have implemented Ola Hallenger scripts, http://ola.hallengren.com/, you will have a CommandLog table where you keep track of execution times.
The following query will help you get information from it, very useful for tracking backup failures:
USE DBA SELECT DatabaseName, StartTime, DATEDIFF(MINUTE,StartTime,EndTime) 'Duration in Min', EndTime, ErrorNumber, ErrorMessage, Command, replace( cast(SERVERPROPERTY('ErrorLogFileName') as nvarchar(1000)) ,'errorlog','') FROM DBO.COMMANDLOG WHERE 1=1 --and StartTime > dateadd(dd,-1,getdate()) --and CommandType in ('BACKUP_DATABASE','BACKUP_LOG','RESTORE_VERIFYONLY') --and CommandType in ('xp_create_subdir','xp_delete_file') --and CommandType in ('DBCC_CHECKDB','ALTER_INDEX') and ErrorNumber <> 0 order by ID desc
Below, we take advantage of window functions and we can see the last time a database had a DBCC checkdb done, along with its duration
USE DBA ;with Last_DBBC as ( SELECT DatabaseName, StartTime, EndTime, ROW_NUMBER() over (PARTITION by databasename order by StartTime desc) 'rownumber' FROM DBO.COMMANDLOG WHERE 1=1 and CommandType in ('DBCC_CHECKDB') ) select DatabaseName, StartTime, EndTime, DATEDIFF(MI,StartTime,EndTime) 'Duration in Min', DATEDIFF(DD,StartTime,GETDATE()) 'Age of DBCC in days' from Last_DBBC where 1=1 and rownumber = 1