When you connect to a Veeam backup server, Veeam Agent for Linux retrieves information about backup repositories managed by this Veeam backup server and displays them in the list of available backup repositories. You can refresh information about available Veeam backup repositories manually at any time. This may be useful, for example, after a new backup repository was added on the Veeam backup server.
To update the list of backup repositories managed by the Veeam backup server, use the following command:
veeamconfig vbrserver resync --name <vbr_name>
veeamconfig vbrserver resync --id <vbr_id>
- <vbr_name> — name of the Veeam backup server.
- <vbr_id> — ID of the Veeam backup server.
user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig vbrserver resync --name vbr01
If a Veeam backup repository was removed from the backup infrastructure and Veeam Agent for Linux did not reflect this change in the database for some reason, the veeamconfig vbrserver resync command may fail. In this case, you can use the --force option to refresh information about available Veeam backup repositories. For example:
veeamconfig vbrserver resync --force --name vbr01
With the --force option, the veeamconfig vbrserver resync command will update the list of backup repositories currently managed by the Veeam backup server.
To view updated list of available Veeam backup repositories after resync, use the veeamconfig repository list command. To learn more, see Viewing List of Backup Repositories.