You can restore a collection or a database in a MongoDB cluster to a different cluster (out of place).
Before You Begin
Verify that the MongoDB system meets the following requirements for out-of-place restores:
In a sharded cluster environment, the source and destination shard configurations must be the same.
The destination must have the same version or a more recent version of MongoDB than the source.
Verify that the MediaAgent that hosts the 3DFS server meets the requirements for 3DFS.
To restore to a Windows MongoDB cluster, verify that the UNIX MediaAgent and the pseudoclient master node are in the same domain. On the UNIX MediaAgent, install the wbinfo program using the samba-winbind-clients RPM package.
Provide user credentials to access the share exported to the Windows MongoDB cluster.
From the navigation pane, go to Protect > Big data.
The Apps page appears.
In the row for the cluster, click the action button , and then click Restore.
The Backup content page appears.
From the list beside the Restore button, select Restore collections.
Select the database or a collection to restore, and then click Restore.
The Restore dialog box appears.
On the Out of place tab, from the Destination cluster list, select a different cluster.
By default, the current cluster is selected as the destination.