Modifies job settings.
Platform: VMware, Hyper-V
Product Edition: Standard, Enterprise, Enterprise Plus, Veeam Universal License
Set-VBRJobOptions [-Job] <CBackupJob> [[-Options] <CJobOptions>] [-HighPriority] [<CommonParameters>]
This cmdlet applies customized settings to a selected job.
Run New-VBRJobOptions to customize the job settings.
Specifies the job you want to edit.
Specifies the set of parameters you want to apply to the job.
Note: This parameter is available starting from Veeam Backup & Replication 11a (build 126.96.36.1991).
Defines that Veeam Backup & Replication will prioritize this job higher than other similar jobs and will allocate resources to it in the first place.
This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information on common parameters, see the About CommonParameters section of Microsoft Docs.
This example shows how to define the retention policy for a backup job.
You will need to perform the following steps:
- Run New-VBRJobOptions to get the object with the default backup job settings. Save the result to the $retention variable.
- Edit the backup storage settings. Use the RetainCycles parameter of the BackupStorageOptions object to specify the number of restore points.
- Run Get-VBRJob to get the job to which you want to apply the retention policy. Save the result to the $job variable.
- Run Set-VBRJobOptions with the $job and $retention variables to apply the retention policy.
$retention = New-VBRJobOptions -ForBackupJob
$retention.BackupStorageOptions.RetainCycles = 7
$job = Get-VBRJob -Name "ABC Backup"
Set-VBRJobOptions -Job $job -Options $retention
This command applies custom settings to the backup job named "Backup Job 01". The job object is obtained with Get-VBRJob and piped down. The object containing the set of customized options is obtained with New-VBRJobOptions and assigned to the $options variable beforehand.
Get-VBRJob -Name "Backup Job 01" | Set-VBRJobOptions -Options $options
This command applies custom settings to the backup job represented by the $job variable. The job object is obtained with Get-VBRJob and assigned to the variable beforehand. The object containing the set of customized options is obtained with New-VBRJobOptions and assigned to the $options variable beforehand.
Set-VBRJobOptions -Job $job -Options $options