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HUAWEI CLOUD Stack 6.5.0 Backup and Restoration Guide 03

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Restoring ManageOne Data

Restoring ManageOne Data

In non-DR or CSHA scenarios:

  • If Backup and Restoration of ManageOne Maintenance Portal is available, you can restore data on ManageOne Maintenance Portal.
  • If ManageOne Maintenance Portal cannot be logged in or Backup and Restoration is unavailable, you can restore database data on the database instance node. For SFTP operation SDR service data, you can log in to the operation SDR server to restore such data. For Elasticsearch service data, you can call the Elasticsearch backup and restoration interface to restore the Elasticsearch service data.

In the Management Plane DR Failover scenario, when a disaster or exception occurs in the data center A (production center) of ManageOne, the system maintenance engineer switches ManageOne applications to the data center B (DR center) and then restores the backup data to the database in the data center B (DR center) to ensure the normal running of services. For details about how to restore ManageOne data in the Management Plane DR Failover scenario, see the related operations in the DR manuals.

Updated: 2019-06-14

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