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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Backup and Restoration Guide 03

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Viewing the Database Instance Where the Database Service Is Deployed

Viewing the Database Instance Where the Database Service Is Deployed

Context

A database service maps a database instance. Therefore, Backup and Restoration actually backs up and restores the database data on the database instances. O&M engineers can view the database instance of each service.

Procedure

  1. Use a browser to log in to ManageOne Deployment Portal.

    URL: https://Floating IP address of ManageOne Deployment Portal:31945, for example, https://192.168.0.1:31945

    Default account: admin; default password: Huawei12#$

  2. On the main menu, choose Application > Service Management > System Monitor.
  3. Click to switch to the ManageOne or CloudSOP-UniEP page and click the Relational Databases tab.

    NOTE:

    The managedbsvr-x-x@x-x database instance is displayed on the CloudSOP-UniEP page. Other database instances are displayed on the ManageOne page.

  1. In the Relational Databases list, view the name, IP address, replication status, and port number of each instance. Table 3-4 describes the mapping between database instances and services.

    NOTE:

    To query the IP address, locate the row that contains the target instance and click the target node name in the Node Name column.

    Table 3-4 Mapping between database instances, backup services, and backup file names

    Database Instance Name

    Backup Service

    Backup Policy

    Backup File Name

    managedbsvr-x-x@x-x

    Deployment System Timer service

    Deployment System Timer

    ossdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    Deployment System Framework service

    Deployment System Framework

    iesplatdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    Deployment System service

    Deployment System

    deploydbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    admindbsvr-x-x@x-x

    O&M Management service

    O&M Management

    admindbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    tenantdbsvr-x-x@x-x

    Operation Management service

    Operation Management

    tenantdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    iamdbsvr-x-x@x-x

    IAM service

    IAM

    iamdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    mologcenterdbsvr-x-x@x-x

    Unified Log Center service

    Unified Log Center

    mologcenterdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    backupdbsvr-x-x@x-x

    Basic Data service

    Basic Data

    backupdbsvr-xxx.tar.gz

    NOTE:

    admindbsvr-8-1@9-1: admindbsvr indicates the service name, 8-1 indicates the master database node ID, and 9-1 indicates the slave database node ID. Change the values based on the site requirements.

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Updated: 2019-06-14

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