restore-domain [--domaindir domain_directory] [--filename backup_filename] [--description description] [--terse=false] [--verbose=false] [domain_name]
This command restores files under the domain from a backup directory. The restore-domain command is supported in local mode only.
This option specifies the parent directory of the domain upon which the command will operate. The default is install_dir/domains.
The restore is performed using the specified zip file as the source.
A description can contain any string to help identify the particular backup. The description is displayed as part of the information for any backup.
Indicates that any output data must be very concise, typically avoiding human-friendly sentences and favoring well-formatted data for consumption by a script. Default is false.
Indicates that output data is displayed with detailed information. Default is false.
This is the name of the domain to restore. If the domain is not specified and only one domain exists, it will be used automatically.
asadmin>restore-domain --domaindir /opt/SUNWappserver/nondefaultdomaindir/domain1 --filename sjsas_backup_v00001.zip domain1 Successfully restored the domain (domain1), from /opt/SUNWappserver/nondefaultdomaindir/domain1/backups/sjsas_backup_v00001.zip Description: 1137030607263 Backup Filename: /opt/SUNWappserver/nondefaultdomaindir/domain1/backups/sjsas_backup_v00001.zip Date and time backup was performed: Wed Jan 11 17:50:07 PST 2006 Domains Directory: /opt/SUNWappserver/nondefaultdomaindir Domain Directory: /opt/SUNWappserver/nondefaultdomaindir/domain1 Domain Name: domain1 Name of the user that performed the backup: jondoe