Metadata type for the long-running operation returned by databases.restore.

JSON representation
  "name": string,
  "sourceType": enum (RestoreSourceType),
  "progress": {
    object (OperationProgress)
  "cancelTime": string,
  "optimizeDatabaseOperationName": string,
  "backupInfo": {
    object (BackupInfo)


Name of the database being created and restored to.


enum (RestoreSourceType)

The type of the restore source.


object (OperationProgress)

The progress of the databases.restore operation.


string (Timestamp format)

The time at which cancellation of this operation was received. Operations.CancelOperation starts asynchronous cancellation on a long-running operation. The server makes a best effort to cancel the operation, but success is not guaranteed. Clients can use Operations.GetOperation or other methods to check whether the cancellation succeeded or whether the operation completed despite cancellation. On successful cancellation, the operation is not deleted; instead, it becomes an operation with an Operation.error value with a google.rpc.Status.code of 1, corresponding to Code.CANCELLED.

A timestamp in RFC3339 UTC "Zulu" format, with nanosecond resolution and up to nine fractional digits. Examples: "2014-10-02T15:01:23Z" and "2014-10-02T15:01:23.045123456Z".



If exists, the name of the long-running operation that will be used to track the post-restore optimization process to optimize the performance of the restored database, and remove the dependency on the restore source. The name is of the form projects/<project>/instances/<instance>/databases/<database>/operations/<operation> where the is the name of database being created and restored to. The metadata type of the long-running operation is OptimizeRestoredDatabaseMetadata. This long-running operation will be automatically created by the system after the databases.restore long-running operation completes successfully. This operation will not be created if the restore was not successful.


object (BackupInfo)

Information about the backup used to restore the database.