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Querying a Vault

Updated at:Dec 16, 2020 GMT+08:00

You can set search criteria for querying desired vaults in the vault list.

Prerequisites

A vault has been created.

Viewing Vault Details

  1. Log in to CBR Console.

    1. Log in to the management console.
    2. Click in the upper left corner and select your region and project.
    3. Choose Storage > Cloud Backup and Recovery. Select a tab from the left navigation pane.

  2. View the basic information about the desired vault. Related parameters are described in the following table.

    Table 1 Basic information parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Name/ID

    Name and ID of the vault. Click the vault name to view details about the vault.

    Type

    Vault type

    Status

    Vault status. Table 2 describes the vault statuses.

    Specifications

    Vault specifications, which can be server backup and application-consistent backup

    • A server backup vault stores backups of common servers.
    • An application-consistent backup vault stores backups of database servers.

    Vault Capacity (GB)

    Vault capacity, which displays the capacity of the vault and the capacity used by backups in the vault.

    For example: If 20/100 is displayed, 20 GB has been used out of the 100 GB vault capacity.

    Associated Servers/File Systems/Disks

    Number of servers/file systems/disks associated with the vault. You can click the number to view details of an associated resource.

  3. On any backup page, click the Vaults tab and set filter criteria to view the vaults.

    • Select a value from the status drop-down list to query vaults by status. Table 2 describes the vault statuses.
      Table 2 Vault statuses

      Status

      Status Attribute

      Description

      All statuses

      --

      All vaults are displayed if this value is selected.

      Available

      A stable state

      A stable state after a vault task is complete.

      This state allows various operations.

      Locked

      An intermediate state

      An intermediate state when the capacity expansion, billing mode change, or specifications change operation is in progress.

      In this state, you cannot expand the vault capacity, change the billing mode, or change the vault specifications. However, you can perform other operations, such as setting policies and associating servers, file systems, or disks. After the capacity expansion, billing mode change, or specifications change operation is complete, the vault status becomes Available.

      Deleting

      An intermediate state

      An intermediate state when a vault is being deleted.

      In this state, a progress bar is displayed indicating the deletion progress. If the progress bar remains unchanged for an extended time, an exception has occurred. Contact customer service.

      Frozen

      A stable state

      If your resources enter a retention period in the case that your package expires or your account is in arrears, or if the resources do not meet security requirements, a vault is in the Frozen state.

      If the resource is frozen due to arrears, the state will become Available after your account is topped up. Resources can then be used normally. If you do not top up your account in time, the system automatically deletes the frozen resource after the retention period expires. If the resource is frozen due to security reasons, contact customer service.

      Error

      A stable state

      A vault enters the Error state when an exception occurs during task execution.

      You can click Tasks in the navigation tree on the left to view the error cause. If the error persists, contact customer service.

    • Search the vault by its name or ID.
    • Click Search by Tag in the upper right corner to search for vaults by tag.
      • On the Search by Tag tab page that is displayed, enter an existing tag key and value and click . The added tag search criteria are displayed under the text boxes. Click Search in the lower right corner.
      • You can use more than one tag for a combination search. Each time after a key and a value are entered, click . The added tag search criteria are displayed under the text boxes. When more than one tag is added, the tags will be applied together for a combination search. A maximum of 10 tags can be added at a time.
      • You can click Reset in the lower right corner to reset the search criteria.

  4. Click the vault name to view details about the vault.

    For the values of used capacity and backup space, only the integer part is maintained, and the decimal part is rounded off. For example, the used backup space is displayed as 0 GB, but the backup space that has actually been used might be 0.2 GB.

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