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Modifying the Backup Content in a Cloud DB Cluster Group

You can change the clusters that you want to back up in a DocumentDB cluster group. You can also add a rule to discover the clusters based on a cluster name or a tag name associated with the cluster. All the clusters that match the rule are added to the cluster group automatically.

Procedure

  1. From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Databases.

    The Instances page appears.

  2. On the Instances tab, from the View list beside Instances, select Cloud DB.

    The Instances page for cloud databases appears.

  3. Click the instance.

    The instance page appears.

  4. In the Cluster group section, click the Name of the cluster group that you want to modify.

    The cluster group details page appears.

  5. In the Content section, click Manage.

    The Amazon DocumentDB content page appears.

  6. To add new clusters, complete the following steps:
    1. Click Add clusters.

      The Add clusters dialog box appears.

    2. Select the clusters that you want to add, and then click OK.
  7. To remove a cluster from the backup content, under the Actions column, click the action button for the corresponding cluster, and then click Remove.

    To remove a cluster, you must have two or more clusters listed in the backup content.

  8. Optional: To discover clusters based on a rule, click Add cluster rule.

    The Add cluster rule dialog box appears. Select one of the following options for defining a rule for cluster discovery:

    • To use a rule based on cluster name, complete the following steps:
      1. From the Select rule for list, select Cluster.
      2. From the Which matches with list, select the rule that you want to apply. For example, to discover clusters that match a specific name, select Equals.
      3. In the Name box, type the keyword on which you want to match the cluster name.
      4. To close the Add cluster rule dialog box, click OK.
    • To use a rule based on a tag name, complete the following steps:
      1. From the Select rule for list, select Tag.
      2. In the Tag name box, type the tag name on which you want to discover the clusters.
      3. From the Which matches with list, select the rule that you want to apply. For example, to discover clusters that match a specific tag value, select Equals.
      4. In the Tag value box, type the tag value on which you want to match the tag name for the clusters.
      5. To close the Add cluster rule dialog box, click OK.
  9. To view the list of clusters that match the cluster rule criteria you selected, click Preview.
  10. Click Save.

Last modified: 5/1/2020 6:51:52 PM