Managing PostgreSQL Subclients
A subclient is a logical entity that contains the databases that need to be backed up. You can back up specific databases at a particular time or frequency by adding the databases to a user-defined subclient for DumpBasedBackupSet.
You cannot create a user-defined subclient for FSBasedBackupSet. It contains a default subclient.
Before You Begin
- If you have not done so, create a database plan.
This plan determines when the software automatically backs up the database, and the log files. For more information, see Database Plans.
- If you have not already done so, add an instance for the PostgreSQL database.
- You can add a subclient on the agent details page or the instance details page. Choose one of the options.
- Instances: From the navigation pane, click Solutions > DB Instances, in the Actions column for the instance, click the action button , and then click Add subclient.
- Instance details: From the navigation pane, click Servers > server > PostgreSQL > instance. Then, in the middle of the page click Add subclient.
The Add subclient dialog box appears.
- In the Subclient name box, type the subclient name.
- From the Plan list, select a database plan.
- In the Number of Data Streams box, type the number of streams that the software uses for backups.
- To include the object list in the backup content for dump-based backups, select the Collect Object List During Backup check box.
- To add the databases that you want to include in the subclient, click Add Databases.
The Add Databases dialog box appears.
- In the Enter Multiple Databases dialog box, type the path to the databases.
- Click OK.
The software creates the subclient.
Last modified: 3/1/2018 7:45:57 PM