This command returns the expiration date for data restored from the specified date.

This API is available in Guardium V9.5 and later.

REST API syntax

This API is available as a REST service with the GET method. Call this API as follows:
GET https://[Guardium hostname or IP address]:8443/restAPI/expiration_date_for_restored_day

GuardAPI syntax

get_expiration_date_for_restored_day parameter=value


Parameter Value type Description
restoredDay String Required. Identifies the day whose data was restored. The format is one of: real day yyyy-mm-dd hh:mi:ss; or relative day such as NOW -10 day.
api_target_host String

Specifies the target hosts where the API executes. Valid values:
  • all_managed: execute on all managed units but not the central manager
  • all: execute on all managed units and the central manager
  • group:<group name>: execute on all managed units identified by <group name>
  • host name or IP address of a managed unit: specified from the central manager to execute on a managed unit.  For example, api_target_host=
  • host name or IP address of the central manager: specified from a managed unit to execute on the central manager. For example, api_target_host=

IP addresses must conform to the IP mode of your network. For dual IP mode, use the same IP protocol with which the managed unit is registered with the central manager. For example, if the registration uses IPv6, specify an IPv6 address. The hostname is independent of IP mode and can be used with any mode.


To return the expirstion date for restored data, dated 10 days ago:

grdapi get_expiration_date_for_restored_day restoredDay=NOW -10 day