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Full Backup ERA 6.3 Server


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Hi

Currently you would have to backup the SQL database through the SQL management studio.

It should however be included in the Era for the next version which hopefully isn't that far away.

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Hello Anand Rachaita,

 

If you have deployed an ERA Virtual Appliance, you can simply create a snapshot of your VM and backup it.

 

If you have installed ERA (Server) on a psychical machine / server, it is recommended that you create database backups on a regular basis. In case of serious damage and if database backup is present: you can simply install the same version of ERA Server, restore the database from a backup and start using the ERA Server again. What is unknown to me, what type of database do you use?

 

More information about database backups / migration etc. can be found on Online help:
hxxp://help.eset.com/era_install/63/en-US/database.htm
Or you can install SQL Server Management Studio and create a db backup from there.

 

ERA 6.3 is a complex and large product and you haven't given us enough information about your ERA infrastructure, that is why I think nobody will provide you the following: "Please tell me step by step.."

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If you have installed ERA (Server) on a psychical machine / server, it is recommended that you create database backups on a regular basis. In case of serious damage and if database backup is present: you can simply install the same version of ERA Server, restore the database from a backup and start using the ERA Server again. What is unknown to me, what type of database do you use?

 

Just for clarification, when re-installation of SERVER is required, database must be restored from backup prior to SERVER installation, so that installer has access to data from database. Otherwise it won't work as database is tied to SERVER installation through unique identifier stored in both windows registry (on linux it is file config.cfg) and database itself.

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