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Command to check a running restore.

Discussion in 'Restore / Recovery Discussion' started by ebisoba, Mar 1, 2011.

  1. ebisoba

    ebisoba New Member

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    I swear either q restore or q pro allowed me to see running restores before but now both of these commands don't show running restore sessions. Am I going crazy? :confused:
     
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    OK thanks, it's a client restore. Is there a way to tell the difference between a restore and a backup using q ses? I'm not seeing any difference between the sessions.
     
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    On a restore, look at "Bytes_Sent"
    On a backup, look at "Bytes_Recvd"
     
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    Also, if your backing up to a sequential media, the volume will be opened in RW. If restoring, in RO.
     

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