Restoring GlusterFS Data
In the Browse and Restore Options dialog box, which is documented in the following procedure, you can choose to restore data to its original location, or you can choose to perform different types of restores. To determine which combination of dialog box options meets your needs, see Restore Options.
About This Task
- By default, when you perform a restore operation, the data is restored to its original location on the same cluster.
- If you have hard link groups in your restore content, then the hard link group might not be preserved and the links could be restored as individual files. This happens when the links are restored by different streams.
- From the CommCell Browser, expand Client Computers > pseudo-client > Big Data Apps > instance.
- In the right pane, right-click a subclient, and then click Browse and Restore.
The Browse and Restore Options dialog box appears.
- Click View Content.
- Select the data that you want to restore, and then click Recover All Selected.
- On the Restore Option General tab, specify the general restore options.
For more information about general restore options, see Restore Options (General).
- On the Restore Option Job Initiation tab, specify whether you want to run the job immediately or to schedule it.
- Optional: To further customize the restore operation, click Advanced.
For more information about the Advanced Options, see Advanced Restore Options.
- Optional: To save the current restore options as a script file, click Save as Script.
For more information, see Command Line Interface.
- Click OK.
If you chose to run the restore operation immediately, you can track the progress of the restore job from the Job Controller window. For more information, see Job Controller. If you chose to schedule your job, then the restore job does not start until the time that you specified in the schedule.
After the restore job is complete, you can view the restore job history. For more information, see Job History.
Last modified: 12/17/2018 10:05:46 AM