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Viewing Restore Points in Backup

To view information about restore points in the backup, you can use one of the following commands:

veeamconfig backup info --id <backup_id>


veeamconfig point list --backupid <backup_id>

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

For example:

user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig backup info --id 4f75bb20-a6b6-4323-9287-1c6c8ceccb6b


user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig point list --backupid 4f75bb20-a6b6-4323-9287-1c6c8ceccb6b

Veeam Agent for Oracle Solaris displays the following information about restore points in the backup:



Job name

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


ID of the restore point in the backup.


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. Possible values:

  • True
  • False

For example:

user@unixsrv:~$ veeamconfig point list --backupid bd99e384-b62f-47dc-ad38-f0b3dc5d3c40

Job name               OIB ID                                  Type       Created at        Is corrupt

unixsrv system backup  {2159eb5a-1f18-4b67-be90-98615c0057f3}  Full       2020-03-16 11:50  false

unixsrv system backup  {6303185a-37fe-460a-8e6c-65746708fe77}  Increment  2020-03-16 12:29  false

unixsrv system backup  {530843a2-5b7d-4a12-9718-b8d9a66b6a70}  Increment  2020-03-16 14:00  false



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