Useful Commands For Troubleshooting Problems
You must be a member of the “Administrators" group to configure a backup schedule. To perform any other task, you must be a member of either the “Backup Operators" or the “Administrators" group. If you have been delegated an appropriate permission, you can then perform these tasks without a problem.
The following are the most common Commands that you might need during the backup or restore operation:
Wbadmin stop job - Stops either the running backup or recovery process.
Wbadmin get items - Shows all the items includes in a backup.
Wbadmin get status - Shows complete status of either the currently running backup or recovery process.
Wbadmin get disks - Shows the disks that are currently online.
Wbadmin disable backup – Disables any scheduled backup.
Wbadmin start sysrecovery - Runs a recovery operation of the full system.
Wbadmin delete catalog – Deletes a backup catalogue. It can be used if the backup catalogue has been corrupted on a local machine.
Wbadmin start recovery - Runs a recovery operation of a volume(s).
For syntax and uses examples, click here.