You can use the snap list command to display a list of Snapshot copies to confirm what versions of your primary qtree data have been backed up, or to locate by date or time a particular version of a qtree to retrieve.
Using the snap list -q
command, you can see the following:
- A list of all Snapshot copies on the secondary storage system (not just SnapVault Snapshot copies)
- The qtrees in the Snapshot copies
- The primary storage system sources of those qtrees
- The timestamp of the primary storage system Snapshot copy that was the source for the data in the secondary storage system Snapshot copy
Using the snap list -o
command, you can also list the Snapshot copy timestamps, primary qtree origin (if applicable), and Snapshot copy names stored for an individual qtree.
Note: The descriptions and procedures pertain to SnapVault backup of storage systems running Data ONTAP only. For descriptions and procedures pertaining to SnapVault backup of open systems drives and directories, see the Open Systems SnapVault documentation.