The RESUME JOB statement lets you resume paused IMPORT jobs, enterprise BACKUP and RESTORE jobs, and changefeeds.

Note:
You cannot pause schema changes.

Required privileges

By default, only the root user can control a job.

Synopsis

RESUME JOB job_id JOBS select_stmt

Parameters

Parameter Description
job_id The ID of the job you want to resume, which can be found with SHOW JOBS.
select_stmt A selection query that returns job_id(s) to resume.

Examples

Pause a job

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> SHOW JOBS;
+----------------+---------+-------------------------------------------+...
|       id       |  type   |               description                 |...
+----------------+---------+-------------------------------------------+...
| 27536791415282 | RESTORE | RESTORE db.* FROM 'azure://backup/db/tbl' |...
+----------------+---------+-------------------------------------------+...
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> PAUSE JOB 27536791415282;

Resume a single job

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> RESUME JOB 27536791415282;

Resume multiple jobs

To resume multiple jobs, nest a SELECT clause that retrieves job_id(s) inside the RESUME JOBS statement:

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> RESUME JOBS (SELECT job_id FROM [SHOW JOBS]
      WHERE user_name = 'maxroach');

All jobs created by maxroach will be resumed.

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