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The All Jobs page provides an integrated view of all UI-triggered scheduled and maintenance activities. Each job is identified by a unique Job ID and holds a specific status, and the job progress can be tracked via the progress log.

Navigate to the All Jobs page to view all Backup and Restore jobs.The following table lists the fields on the All Jobs page.

Field Description

Job ID

A unique identification number associated with the job.  Click on the job ID to view the job details. For more information, see View job summary. You can also view the logs of each job. For more information, see View job logs.  

Resource Name The name of the virtual machine.

Job Type

The type of operation, that is Backup or Restore. You can filter jobs based on the job type.

Start Time
End Time

The time when the job was initiated, and the time when the operation stopped.


The current status of each job.

  • Queued: The triggered jobs that are waiting to be processed.
  • Running: The jobs that are being processed.
  • Successful: The jobs were completed without any errors.
  • Successful with errors: The jobs that are executed with a few errors.
  • Failed: The jobs that did not complete successfully.

Note: A failed job is displayed with an error code. Hover over the error code to view the error message. You may click the error code to be redirected to the error documentation.

  • Canceled: The jobs that were canceled.
  • Waiting for retry: The jobs that failed in the previous attempt and are waiting to be processed again. A job is retried twice within an interval of 10 minutes.
  • Window Expired: The list of backup jobs Phoenix could not complete because the entire data set was not backed up within the specified duration, and a restore point was not created.


Use the job filters to filter the jobs based on Job Type, Job Status, or when the job was triggered. You can apply one or more filters to view individual jobs and associated logs within the chosen job category.

  • Job Created in: Filter jobs triggered in the Last 24 hrs, Last 7 days, Last 1 month, or specify a custom Date Range.
  • Job Type: Filter by type to view Backup or Restore jobs.
  • Job Status: Filter jobs based on the current job status. For more information see Job Status.

View job summary

Click the Job ID to view the job summary based on the job type. The job summary displays the following information:

  • Overview: Displays information on the VM, including the Resource Group, Region, VM Created date, and any Tags defined.
  • Disks: Displays information on the associated disks, including Disk Name, Disk Path, disk Size in GB, and theVolume Type.