Stop-VEORRestoreSession

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    Short Description

    Stops active restore sessions initiated to perform operations with Oracle databases.

    Applies to Veeam Backup & Replication

    Product Edition: Enterprise, Enterprise Plus, Veeam Explorer for Microsoft Exchange

    Syntax

    Stop-VEORRestoreSession [-Session] <VEORRestoreSession> [-Force]  [<CommonParameters>]

    Detailed Description

    This cmdlet stops active restore sessions initiated to perform operations with Oracle databases.

    Stop-VEORRestoreSession Note:

    • The cmdlet will unpublish the published Oracle databases.
    • The cmdlet stops restore sessions initiated in the PowerShell console only.
    • Restore sessions will not stop automatically if you close the PowerShell console. To stop the restore session, you must run the Stop-VEORRestoreSession cmdlet.

    Parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Type

    Required

    Position

    Accept Pipeline Input

    Accept Wildcard Characters

    Session

    Specifies an Oracle restore session that you want to stop.

    Accepts the VEORRestoreSession object. To get this object, run the Get-VEORRestoreSession cmdlet.

    True

    0

    True (ByValue)

    False

    Force

    Defines that the cmdlet will show no prompt before executing the command.

    SwitchParameter

    False

    Named

    False

    False

    <CommonParameters>

    This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information on common parameters, see the About Common Parameters section of Microsoft Docs.

    Example

    Stopping Oracle Restore Session

    This example shows how to stop a restore session initiated to perform operations with Oracle databases.

    $session = Get-VEORRestoreSession

    Stop-VEORRestoreSession -Session $session[3]

    Perform the following steps:

    1. Run the Get-VEORRestoreSession cmdlet. Save the result to the $session variable.

    The Get-VEORRestoreSession cmdlet will return an array of active restore sessions. Mind the ordinal number of the necessary restore session (in our example, it is the fourth restore session in the array).

    1. Run the Stop-VEORRestoreSession cmdlet. Set the $session variable as the Session parameter value.

    Related Commands

    Get-VEORRestoreSession