psm analytics view-restore

Use this command to list a specified restore operation for a service created with Oracle Analytics Cloud - Classic.


In the following syntax, line breaks have been added for clarity. Do not include them when entering the command.

psm analytics view-restore -s|--service-name serviceName 
  -j|--job-id jobId
    [-of|--output-format json|html|short]


All parameters are required unless otherwise noted.

Parameter Description
-s|--service-name Name of the service.
-j|--job-id Job ID of the restore operation. To retrieve the job ID, use analytics view-restores command.
-of|-–output-format (Optional) Desired output format.

Accepted values: json, html, short


$ psm analytics view-restore -s Example1Service -j 34276 
    "backupDate":"Thu Apr 28 18:22:38 GMT 2016",
    "recoveryCompleteDate":"Thu Apr 28 19:51:02 GMT 2016",
    "recoveryStartDate":"Thu Apr 28 19:45:41 GMT 2016",
    "statusDetails":"The backup archive already exists in the block storage and does not need to be downloaded from the Oracle Storage Cloud Service container..
.Submitted the restoration precheck for remote execution...Restoration precheck passed...Submitted the restoration for remote execution...The instance has been
scaled in to remove the following managed servers: ['edsExample1Service-wls-2']. You must manually remove these managed servers from the cluster...Stopping Web
Logic Server...Stopped WebLogic Server...Restoring the configuration data for WebLogic Server administration server on host edsExample1Service-wls-1...Restored
 the configuration data for WebLogic Server administration server on host edsExample1Service-wls-1...Starting WebLogic Server...Started WebLogic Server...Unloc
ked the WebLogic Server domain configuration...Completed the restoration"