Follow the instructions below to restore files in your Linux Control Server For Data Centers.
1. Open the Web browser connecting to the Linux Control Server Web Interface and log in.
2. Click on "Hosts" in the Main Menu to access the "Hosts" page.
The "Hosts" page typically loads after you log in to the system.
3. Select the Host by clicking on the appropriate Host Name link in the "Host Name" column. Or you can click on the corresponding "Open" link in the "Actions" column.
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To find a Host, you can use the Host List Filter.
4. Click on "Browse" in the "Host" Menu.
5. The "Disk Safe Browser" will be displayed in a drop-down menu on the right. To restore files, make sure the "Disk Safe Browser" page is in the "Restore Files" mode.
"Restore Files" is the default mode.
6. Select a "Disk Safe" in the file system tree on the left.
7. Select a "Device" in the file system tree on the left.
8. Check any combination of files and directories you desire from the file system tree on the left.
9. When you are finished selecting the files and directories, make sure the "Restore Files" mode is selected in the top right menu. Click on "Go".
10. The "Schedule a new Restore Files task" form will load. Define the following settings for Restoring Files:
- Save Task - Select the check box to save the Task.
- Enabled - Select the check box to enable the Task.
- Description - Enter a name you can use to recognize this Task apart from other scheduled Backup Tasks.
- Recurrence - Select the frequency for the new Backup Task from the drop-down menu (Now, Minutely, Hourly, Daily, Weekly, or Monthly). If you want to run a Backup immediately, leave this as the default setting "Now."
For more information on this topic, see Recurrence Types.
Restore Files Task Options:
- Overwrite Existing Files - When enabled, any existing files or directories with the same name will be overwritten even if they are newer.
- Encrypt file data over network - Encrypts all data in an encrypted tunnel over the network during the restore. This setting is enabled by default. Disabling this setting can provide a small increase in speed for file restores.
- Restore to Alternate Location - Specify a path for the Host to restore the files to. The complete path and directory structure of all selected files will be created under the path specified for this setting. If the specified path does not exist, it will be created.
Files and folders are restored with their full path underneath the chosen location. For example, if "C:\SomeFolder\SomeFile.txt" is selected for restore and "C:\SomeOtherFolder" is entered as the alternate location, the file will be restored as: "C:\SomeOtherFolder\SomeFolder\SomeFile.txt"
- Restore to Alternate Host - Select an Alternate Host to restore the files to. Select the Host from the drop-down menu of other Hosts you have Admin rights on. Alternatively, you can enter a Host Name or the IP Address of the Alternate Host. The Host must be running the "Righteous CDP Agent" and must be configured to accept requests from the CDP Server.
See Linux DC - Activating the Agent for more information.
11. Click on "OK" to save the "Restore Files Task" settings.
12. You will be redirected to the History page where you can observe the progress of the "Restore Files Task."
The Log Messages for the selected Task are displayed at the bottom of the page.