Scheduling a backup - 6.3

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Only users who have the Administrator role can have read-write access to this page. For further information on access rights, see User roles/rights in the Administration Center.

In the Menu tree view, click Backup to open the corresponding page.

Scheduling the backup of your database

Before you complete this procedure, make sure you have installed the utility which allows you to perform a backup. For more information, see Prerequisites.

  1. In the Add list of the top toolbar, select Add DB. A form which allows you to schedule your backup opens.

  2. Fill in the following information:

    Label

    Description

    Label

    Type in the name of the backup operation to be triggered.

    Active

    Select/clear this check box to activate/deactivate this backup operation.

    Description

    Provide, if needed, any useful information regarding the operation to be carried out.

    Dump folder

    Type in the path to the folder where the backed up database will be stored.

    Database

    In the list, select the database type to which you want to connect.

    Host

    Type in the IP address of the server hosting the database.

    Port or Instance

    Type in the database server port or instance.

    Username and Password

    Type in the login name and password to the database.

    Database name

    Type in the name of the database to connect to.

    Command

    Command used to back up your database. Note that you can edit this command according to your needs.

    Open UI configurer

    Click this button to open a dialog box in which you can select the hour and date items at which you want the backup operation to be executed, or type these information manually in the corresponding fields.

    Open Cron Help

    Click this button to open the [Cron help] dialog box which explains the Cron syntax and provides use examples.

  3. Click Save to validate the CRON-based trigger configuration. The backup operation will be triggered at the specified time.

    For more information on how to execute the backup operation manually, see Executing a backup.

Scheduling the backup of your SVN repository

Before you complete this procedure, make sure you have installed the utility which allows you to perform a backup. For more information, see Prerequisites.

  1. In the Add list of the top toolbar, select Add SVN. A form which allows you to schedule your backup opens.

  2. Fill in the following information:

    Label

    Description

    Label

    Type in the name of the backup operation to be triggered.

    Active

    Select/clear this check box to activate/deactivate this backup operation.

    Description

    Provide any useful information regarding the operation to be carried out.

    Dump folder

    Type in the path to the folder where the backed up SVN repository will be stored.

    SVN Backup Mode

    Select your SVN backup mode (local or remote) in the list.

    SVN Location

    Type in the location URL to your Subversion server.

    Username and Password

    Type in the name and password of the Subversion user.

    Command

    Command used to back up your SVN repository. Note that you can edit this command according to your needs.

    Open UI configurer

    Click this button to open a dialog box in which you can select the hour and date items at which you want the backup operation to be executed, or type these information manually in the corresponding fields.

    Open Cron Help

    Click this button to open the [Cron help] dialog box which explains the Cron syntax and provides use examples.

  3. Click Save to validate the CRON-based trigger configuration. The backup operation will be triggered at the specified time.

    For more information on how to execute the backup operation manually, see Executing a backup.