Restoring a Database
Revision as of 18:37, 13 November 2020 by Allyntree
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The system configuration settings can be restored from a local or remote copy of a database.
Important Note: A database backup from a newer major version should NEVER be imported to an older major version. If you have done this, please refer to: ** Procedure to recover a major upgrade after recovering database from newer version to an older version
1- Click Backups in the navigation panel
2- Initially the Recover feature is disabled. The database must first be validated before it can be restored.
- Click Validate
3- After a few minutes, the web portal will return to an online status and if the backup validates successfully, the Recover link becomes active.
- Click the Recover link to overwrite the current database and restore the backup file
Note: You must activate the configuration to apply the changes.
The database files backups are stored here: