Viewing backup profiles - BlueCat Address Manager - 8.3.0

Address Manager Administration Guide

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BlueCat Address Manager
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8.3.0

After creating a backup profile, you will be returned back to the additional configuration mode of the administration console. Verify that the profile has been successfully created with the settings you configured.

To view backup profiles:

  1. From Main Session mode, type configure additional and press ENTER.
  2. Choose one of the following options:
    • To view a list of all backup profiles type show backup and press ENTER.
    • To view information for the profile being edited, at the backup configuration prompt, type show and press ENTER. A list of backup profile settings appears.
    • To view information for a specific backup profile, at the backup configuration prompt, type show <backup profile name> and press ENTER.A list of backup profile settings appears. For information on the backup profile fields, refer to Creating backup profiles and scheduling backups.

    A list of all backup profiles appears with information in these columns:

      • ID—the name of the backup schedule.
      • Schedule—the day, time, and frequency of the backup schedule.
      • Local—indicates when backup files are set to be written to the local server in the /data/backup directory. Displays yes when backup files are set to be written to the local server, or no when backup files are set to be written to a remote server.
      • Remote—indicates when backup files are set to be written to a remote server. Displays yes when backup files are set to be written to a remote server, or no when backup files are set to be written to a remote server.
      • Host—when remote backups are configured, indicates the remote host to which backup files are saved.
      • Protocol—when remote backups are configured, indicates the file transfer protocol to be used during the remote backup. Displays ftp when backup files are to be sent to a remote server using FTP, or sftp when backup files are to be sent to a remote server using SFTP.

    Example:

    Status: Enabled
    ID      Schedule          Local    Remote   Host      Protocol
    ------- ----------------- -------- -------- --------- ---------
    default Sunday at 2:00AM  yes      no                 ftp