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5. Select the database you want to restore, and click "Restore Selected."

* *Restore to Alternate Agent* \- Select a destination Agent that is in the system. Specify the database host and port. Available only in Enterprise Edition. See [CDP:Restoring MySQL Databases to Alternate Locations].

In our example, we selected the "Restore to Original Host" option. For information about restoring to an alternate Agent, refer to [Restoring MySQL Databases to Alternate Locations].

Select an option, and click "Next" to proceed to the following step.

10. Optionally, define an alternate database name for any of the selected DBs for restore as a new step in the "Restore Databases" wizard. If a DB with the new name already exists, that DB restore will fail and alert the policy.


11. The following screen is "Data Directory." By default, the database configuration retrieved during discovery is used. In some environments, this path does not point to the actual location on the filesystem for the data. To remedy this, you can choose to specify the exact path for the data directory. This will ensure that you the system can locate the data files for the database during the restore.