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Displaying the status of SMTape backup and restore operations

You can display the status of backup and restore operations using the smtape status command. You can display the status for a specific job ID or for a specific backup or restore path.

Step

  1. To display the status of backup and restore operations, enter the following command:
    smtape status [-l] [[-p path] | [job_id]]

    l displays a detailed status.

    p displays the status of a specific path.

    path is the path for which the status must be displayed.

    job_id is the job ID for which the status must be displayed.

Example

The following example displays the status of current backup and restore jobs:
filer>smtape status
Job ID  Seq No  Type    Status Path       Device     Progress                
     1       0  Backup  Active /vol/vol0/ urst0a     240 MB
     2       0  Restore Active /vol/vol1/ urst1a     201 MB
The following example displays a detailed status for the backup job ID 3:
filer>smtape status -l 3
Job ID:                3
Sequence No:           0
Type:                  Backup
Status:                Active
Path:                  /vol/testdata
Device:                rst1a
Progress:              1243360 KB
Job Begin:             Wed Mar 11 06:08:01 GMT 2009
Job End:               -
Last Update Time:      Wed Mar 11 06:08:14 GMT 2009