Viewing Database Processing Settings

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    To view database processing settings defined for the backup job, use the following command:

    veeamconfig aap show --jobId <job_id>

    or

    veeamconfig aap show --jobName <job_name>

    where:

    • <job_id> — ID of the backup job for which you want to view database processing settings.
    • <job_name> — name of the backup job for which you want to view database processing settings.

    Veeam Agent for Linux displays the following information about database processing settings:

    Oracle Processing Settings

    Parameter

    Description

    Oracle processing

    Oracle processing settings status. Possible values:

    • Required — Oracle processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing the Oracle database system, Veeam Agent will stop the backup process.
    • Try — Oracle processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing the Oracle database system, Veeam Agent will continue the backup process.
    • Disabled — Oracle processing settings are disabled for the job using command line interface.

    Account used for processing

    Account used to connect to the Oracle database. Possible values:

    • System account (username: <username>) — if Veeam Agent connects to the Oracle database system with the account of the Veeam Agent machine OS.
    • Oracle account (username: <username>) — if Veeam Agent connects to the Oracle database system with the Oracle account.

    where <username> is a name of the user account that Veeam Agent will use to connect to the Oracle database.

    Delete logs over <N> Gb

    Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to delete archived logs that are larger than <N> GB.

    Delete logs older <N> Hr

    Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to delete archived logs that are older than <N> hours.

    For example:

    user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig aap show --jobId 29bc2e1a-e35c-4efb-8d37-b7177b8ea75
    Oracle processing: required
      Account used for processing: Oracle account (username: sys)
      Delete logs over 10 Gb

    MySQL Processing Settings

    Parameter

    Description

    MySQL processing

    MySQL processing settings status. Possible values:

    • Required — MySQL processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing a MySQL database, Veeam Agent will stop the backup process.
    • Try — MySQL processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing a MySQL database, Veeam Agent will continue the backup process.
    • Disabled — MySQL processing settings are disabled for the job using command line interface.

    Account used for processing

    Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to connect to the MySQL database system with the account name and password.

    Path to a password file

    Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to connect to the MySQL database system with the account credentials that are stored in the password file.

    For example:

    user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig aap show --jobId 29bc2e1a-e35c-4efb-8d37-b7177b8ea75
    MySQL processing: required
      Account used for processing: username: root

    PostgreSQL Processing Settings

    Parameter

    Description

    PostgreSQL processing

    PostgreSQL processing settings status. Possible values:

    • Required — PostgreSQL processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing a PostgreSQL database, Veeam Agent will stop the backup process.
    • Try — PostgreSQL processing settings are enabled for the job. If an error occurs when processing a PostgreSQL database, Veeam Agent will continue the backup process.
    • Disabled — PostgreSQL processing settings are disabled for the job using command line interface.

    Account used for processing

    Account used to connect to the PostgreSQL database. Possible values:

    • <username> (password)Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to connect to the PostgreSQL database with the PostgreSQL account.
    • <username> (file)Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to connect to the PostgreSQL database with the password file.
    • <username> (peer)Veeam Agent displays this information if Veeam Agent is set to connect to the PostgreSQL database with the Veeam Agent machine OS account.

    where <username> is a name of the account that Veeam Agent will use to connect to the PostgreSQL database.

    For example:

    user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig aap show --jobId 29bc2e1a-e35c-4efb-8d37-b7177b8ea75
    PostgreSQL processing: required
      Account used for processing: postgres (password)

     

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