Step 2. Explore Restore Points

To view information about restore points in the backup, use the following command:

veeamconfig backup info --id <backup_id>

or

veeamconfig point list --backupid <backup_id>

where

<backup_id> — ID of the backup for which you want to view information on restore points.

You can view the following information about restore points in the backup:

Parameter

Description

Job name

Name of the backup job by which the backup was created.

OIB ID

ID of the restore point in the backup.

Type

Type of the restore point. Possible values:

  • Full
  • Increment.

Created at

Date and time of the restore point creation.

Is corrupt

Indicates whether restore point in the backup is corrupted. For example, restore point is still being created or backup job failed to create a working backup. Possible values:

  • True
  • False

For example:

user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig backup info --id 4f75bb20-a6b6-4323-9287-1c6c8ceccb6b
Job name                   OIB ID                                  Type       Created at       Is corrupt
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {23cb927d-5e2d-42fe-a4a4-e5f254a6413e}  Full       2016-11-15 11:28  false    
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {25e31075-4c30-4d67-86a6-293c0887f4eb}  Increment  2016-11-15 11:58  false    
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {9375140d-720a-4d3e-a69b-ab9cf60d53fa}  Increment  2016-11-27 13:15  false    

or

user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig point list --backupid 4f75bb20-a6b6-4323-9287-1c6c8ceccb6b
Job name                   OIB ID                                  Type       Created at       Is corrupt
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {23cb927d-5e2d-42fe-a4a4-e5f254a6413e}  Full       2016-11-15 11:28  false    
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {25e31075-4c30-4d67-86a6-293c0887f4eb}  Increment  2016-11-15 11:58  false    
srv01 HomePartitionBackup  {9375140d-720a-4d3e-a69b-ab9cf60d53fa}  Increment  2016-11-27 13:15  false