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View jobs page

The Jobs page lists all the backup and restores jobs that Phoenix is performing, or performed. Phoenix retains the job history for 90 days.

Access Path

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console. 
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Jobs.
    The Jobs page opens with a list of jobs.

Screenshot

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Field Description

The following table lists the fields on the Jobs page.

Field/Action

Description

Job ID A unique identification number associated with the job.
Job Type The type of job operation, such as Backup, Restore, Log Request, Defreeze, and DR Restore.

Server Name

The name of the server or virtual machine for which Phoenix initiates the job.

Note: If you delete a server that was configured before the Phoenix 4.7 Cloud Push, this field does not display the server name for its corresponding jobs created before the release . Phoenix maintains job history for the server for 90 days. 

Backup Set Type The type of server, such as File, MS-SQLVMware, NAS, Hyper-V, configured for backup.
Backup Content The content rule applied to the server for backup.

Backup Policy Type

The type of backup policy associated with the server or virtual machines, such as File Server, MS SQL Server, or VMware.

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Start Time The time when the job operation starts.
End Time The time when the job operations complete.

Status

The status of the triggered job, for more information about the various job statuses, see Job Status.

Server Name or FQDN or Hostname

Type the File server or MS SQL server name, or the ESXi FQDN or hostname in the search bar to display the corresponding list of jobs. 

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Actions

The following table lists the actions on the Jobs page.

Action Description

Last updated on 

Displays the last refresh date and timestamp of the job list. Click the refresh icon  to refresh the job list.

Job Type

Click the Job Type filter and select the required filter option to display jobs based on the job type. For more information about the Job Type filter options, see Job Type filter.

Backup Set Type

Click the Backup Set Type filter, and select the required filter option to display jobs based on the type of the server, such as File, MS-SQL, VMware, Hyper-V, or NAS.

Statu

Click the Status filter and select the required filter option to display jobs based on their statuses. For more information about the Status filter options, see the Status filter.

Started in

 

Click the Started in filter and select the required filter option to display jobs based on the time frame they initiate. For more information about the Started in filter options, see the Started in filter.

Cancel Job

Click Cancel Job to cancel a backup or restore job. For more information about how to cancel a job, see Cancel a job.

Cancel a job

This topic provides instructions for canceling a backup or restore job. 

Procedure 

  1. On the menu bar, click Jobs
  2. On the Jobs page, select the ongoing backup/restore/log request activity that you want to cancel, and click Cancel job.

Note: You cannot cancel a defreeze  job.

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