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FAQ: How to run a single backup set rebuild for legacy backup set created in version 6?

Article ID: 8056
Reviewed: 27/06/2019

Product Version:
AhsayOBS: 8.1 or above
OS: All platforms

Description

After upgrading the backup server from version 6 to 8.1 or above, how to perform a single backup set rebuild for legacy backup set that was created in version 6, if the client application is not upgraded?

Steps:
To run a single backup set rebuild, login to the AhsayCBS console, select Users, Groups & Policies:


  1. Select the corresponding backup account, then Backup Set.

  2. Select the corresponding backup set, then click Destination.

  3. Under Standard Destination, beside the CBS Destination Storage, click on the Rebuild button.


To run a user rebuild for a single or multiple users, select Users, Groups & Policies:

  1. Under Backup User, select the check box beside the backup account(s) that you would like to perform a backup set rebuild for.

  2. Click on the Rebuild Storage Statistic button (right most circular button under Manage Backup User):


Note: Note that a backup set rebuild can only be started when there is no backup job running (of the corresponding backup set), and vice versa.

The time taken to complete a rebuild depends on number of factors such as the number of files / folders in the backup set(s), the number of backup sets, the hardware specifications of your AhsayCBS server such as the disk I/O and CPU performance, and if there are other resource intensive jobs running.


To check the progress of a backup set rebuild you can go to AhsayCBS console, select Backup / Restore Logs:



Select Activities Log, when the rebuild job is started the following log entry can be found:

Timestamp Login Name Owner Type Message

... ... ... ...
YYYY-MM-DD
hh:mm:ss
username RoutineJobInfo Rebuild-username Starting single user rebuild

When the rebuild job is completed, the following log entry can be found:

Timestamp Login Name Owner Type Message

... ... ... ...
YYYY-MM-DD
hh:mm:ss
username RoutineJobInfo Rebuild-username SingleBackupSetRebuild Finished single backup set
rebuild. User='username' Owner='' Backup Set='BackupSet(backupset_id)'
DataSize(compressed)=size DataSize=size DataFileNo=number RetentionSize(compressed)=size RetentionSize=size RetentionFileNo= number


Keywords

single, user, rebuild, index, rebuilding, bdb, backupset, set, perform

public/8056_faq/how_to_run_a_single_backup_set_rebuild_for_legacy_backup_set.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/27 15:52 by edward.chan