Step 4. Monitor Mount Process and Result

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

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

    veeamconfig session log --id <session_id>

    where <session_id> is an ID of the backup mount session.

    For example:

    user@srv01:~$ veeamconfig session log  --id dbdf3609-d48c-40bb-9978-2e5baf02f5ba

    2020-03-17 14:13:17 UTC {9cef8fc7-7fa0-4971-932e-4d71b4ba2fb4} [info] Job started at 2020-03-17 15:13:17 CET

    2020-03-17 14:13:17 UTC {3c983cae-27d9-4f4f-8d8d-27c22aa15499} [info] Mounting restore point

    2020-03-17 14:13:22 UTC {74c7fd91-57cd-4a1c-b5d0-a1310407d650} [info] Restore point has been mounted

    To ensure that the backup is successfully mounted, you can browse to the directory that you specified in the veeamconfig backup mount command. For example:

    user@srv01:~$ ls /mnt/backup/
    FileLevelBackup_0

     

    Step 4. Monitor Mount Process and Result Tip

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