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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Backup and Restoration Guide 03

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Restoring Service Data on ManageOne Maintenance Portal

Restoring Service Data on ManageOne Maintenance Portal

This section describes how to restore service data on ManageOne Maintenance Portal when Backup and Restoration on ManageOne Maintenance Portal is available.

Context

  • If the data is damaged due to misoperations of system maintenance engineers, you can select the corresponding backup file to restore the system.
  • After performing a service upgrade or major service operations, you need to select the corresponding backup file to restore the service data.

Prerequisites

  • You have logged in to ManageOne Maintenance Portal.
  • The service to be restored has a backup file. For details about how to back up files, see Backing Up ManageOne Data.

Procedure

Restoring data

  1. Choose System > Backup and Restoration from the main menu.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Data Restoration.
  3. Select the records of backup file tasks whose data needs to be fully restored in the right pane.

    Click Restore. In the displayed Data Restoration dialog box, click OK.

    In the displayed Restoration Task Result dialog box, click OK to restore the full backup file.

Checking restoration tasks

  1. In the navigation pane, choose Task List.
  2. In the Task Status column, view the task execution status.

    • If the operation is being executed, the restoration task is being executed.
    • If the operation is in the waiting status, the task will be executed after a period of time.
    • If the operation is successful, the data restoration is successful.
    • If the operation fails, contact technical support for assistance.

  3. After the restoration is complete, wait for 5 minutes and choose Application > Service Management > System Monitor on ManageOne Deployment Portal to view the database status and replication status of the slave database instance.

    1. Click to switch to the ManageOne or CloudSOP-UniEP page. Click the Node tab to view the database status.
      • If the database status is Running, the database is running properly.
      • If the database status is Not Running or Unknown, the database is abnormal. In this case, contact technical support for assistance.
    2. Click to switch to the ManageOne or CloudSOP-UniEP page and click the Relational Databases tab.
      By default, the data on the master database instance is automatically synchronized to the slave database instance.
      • If Replication Status of the slave database instance is normal, the data on the master database instance has been synchronized to the slave database instance.
      • If Replication Status of the slave database instance is abnormal, contact technical support for assistance.
      • If Replication Status of the slave database instance is --, the database instance is a single instance and does not have a master/slave relationship.

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Updated: 2019-06-14

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