Restore MongoDB Data
You can browse and restore the backed up replica sets for a MongoDB client.
Browsing and Restoring MongoDB Data Based on Backup Time
You can browse the MongoDB data either from the most recent backup or from a previous point in time.
- You can restore from the latest backups to keep your content on a secondary storage, such as tape, for long-term storage.
- You can restore from the data backed up on a specific date to restore to a point in time before the content became unusable.
- You can restore from the data backed for a date range if your content for that range was deleted accidentally.
The destination where you restore data is determined by your restore objective. Generally, you perform an in-place or an out-of-place restore.
When you restore the data in place, you restore it to the same nodes (same cluster) from which the data was backed up.
When you restore data out of place, you can restore it to a different cluster and then apply the oplogs to bring back the MongoDB server.
Restore to disk
You can restore the data to a disk on the same or different cluster.
Last modified: 7/16/2020 1:36:17 PM