Step 4. Monitor Restore Process

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    You can monitor the restore process by viewing the restore session log in the command line interface.

    To view Veeam Agent for Linux session log, use the following command:

    veeamconfig session log --id <session_id>

    where:

    <session_id> — ID of the restore session.

    For example:

    user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig session log --id 0b72ef45-4c88-4639-b940-ad3828b1cd4e
    2016-11-27 11:04:04 UTC {b141f32a-3e77-45a6-b55a-c100a1464d67} [info] Job started at 2016-11-27 14:04:04
    2016-11-27 11:04:04 UTC {9b60ac03-2de0-4fe2-a00e-bec556d98ee8} [info] Starting volume restore
    2016-11-27 11:04:07 UTC {ced9af4a-6af1-4756-8ffb-8ec1325e18ec} [processing] sdb
    2016-11-27 11:04:15 UTC {ced9af4a-6af1-4756-8ffb-8ec1325e18ec} [info] sdb 512.0kB at 58.6kB/s (0%)

    ...

    2016-11-27 11:14:35 UTC {ced9af4a-6af1-4756-8ffb-8ec1325e18ec} [info] sdb 6.5GB at 10.6MB/s (97%)
    2016-11-27 11:14:37 UTC {ced9af4a-6af1-4756-8ffb-8ec1325e18ec} [info] sdb 6.5GB at 10.6MB/s (100%)
    2016-11-27 11:14:37 UTC {00add723-cbfa-4cc8-b299-d2349a051d6f} [warn] /dev/sdb has a duplicate filesystem UUID
    2016-11-27 11:14:37 UTC {ced9af4a-6af1-4756-8ffb-8ec1325e18ec} [info] sdb restored 6.5GB at 10.6MB/s
    2016-11-27 11:14:37 UTC {8b8742a2-1c80-4e14-bbf1-45a3612bc3a7} [info] Volume restore completed

     

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    You can also check the restore session status with the veeamconfig session info command. To learn more, see Viewing Session Status.