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Viewing Backup and Restoration Tasks

Updated at: Aug 17, 2021 GMT+08:00

Scenario

You can view created backup and restoration tasks and check their running status on the MRS console.

Prerequisites

You have synchronized IAM users (on the Dashboard tab page, click Click to synchronize on the right side of IAM User Sync to synchronize IAM users).

Figure 1 IAM User Synchronization

Procedure

  1. On the cluster details page, click Backups & Restorations.

  2. Click Backups or Restorations.
  3. In the task list, obtain the previous execution result in the Task Progress column. Green indicates that the task is executed successfully, and red indicates that the execution fails.
  4. In the Operation column of a specified task in the task list, choose More > View History to view the historical record of backup and restoration execution.

    In the displayed window, click View Details in the Operation column. The task execution logs and paths are displayed.

Related Tasks

  • Modifying Backup Tasks

    For details, see Modifying Backup Tasks.

  • Viewing Restoration Tasks

    In the Operation column of the specified task in the task list, click View Details to view the restoration task. You can only view but cannot modify the parameters of a restoration task.

  • Executing Backup and Restoration Tasks

    In the task list, locate a specified task and click Start in the Operation column to start a backup or restoration task that is ready or fails to be executed. Executed restoration tasks cannot be repeatedly executed.

  • Stopping a Backup Task

    In the task list, locate a specified task and click More > Stop in the Operation column to stop a backup task that is running.

  • Deleting Backup and Restoration Tasks

    In the Operation column of the specified task in the task list, choose More > Delete to delete the backup and restoration tasks. After a task is deleted, the backup data is retained by default.

  • Suspending a Backup Task

    In the Operation column of the specified task in the task list, choose More > Suspend to suspend the backup task. Only periodic backup tasks can be suspended. Suspended backup tasks are no longer executed automatically. When you suspend a backup task that is being executed, the task execution stops. To cancel the suspension status of a task, click More > Resume.

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