1. Use PuTTY to log in to the failed VRM node as user root and run the following command to restore the configuration file:
cp /home/drbd_tmp/galax/ge_backup/backupConf.xml /etc/galax/ge_backup/
2. Run the following command and locate the largest number in the command output:
The following operations use "0000000078" as an example.
3. Run the following command to add the queried number to the configuration file:
sed -i -e 's/0000000000/0000000078/g' /etc/galax/ge_backup/backupConf.xml
Note:0000000078 in the command is the value queried in step 2 and varies depending on the site configuration.
4. Run the following command to check whether the data is successfully added:
cat /etc/galax/ge_backup/backupConf.xml|grep BackupPackageSn
The data is successfully added if the following information highlighted in a red box is displayed.
5. Run the following command to check whether the database data and logs can be backed up:
The data and logs can be backed up if a data record whose ID is 0000000079 is generated after the command is successfully executed.