Running a Restore Operation
Restoring databases that were backed up using XtraBackup utility is similar to a regular MySQL restore operation.
For instructions to perform a MySQL restore operation, see Restore - MySQL Agent.
To restore databases from the files generated from XtraBackup restore without selecting the recover option, see Applying the Database Dumps Manually for XtraBackup Utility.
- To restore the innodb storage engine tables that were backed up using XtraBackup utility, ensure that XtraBackup is enabled at the destination server. For steps to enable XtraBackup on a server, see Configuring MySQL Instance to Enable XtraBackup.
- Data only restore operation is not supported. You must always run a combined restore operation of data and logs. If binary logging is not enabled, the restore operation would complete with errors as no log was found to restore.
- The staging location must have free space with size equal to the largest database on the server.
- You can perform a point-in-time restore, which is useful when you recover the changes made to a database object up to a given point in time. You can select and restore the database object to a state that it had previous to that point.
- To add additional parameters to XtraBackup prepare command during a restore operation, create the additional setting sAdvancedXtraPrepareOptions, and pass the required parameters as its value. For information about creating an additional setting, see Adding or Modifying Additional Settings from the CommCell Console.
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