After you use Hybrid Backup Recovery (HBR) to back up a MySQL database to a backup vault, you can restore the MySQL database as needed. You can restore the database to the original MySQL instance, another MySQL instance that uses the same backup vault, or a MySQL instance in another region.
The MySQL database is backed up. For more information, see Back up a MySQL database.
Create a restoration job
To create a restoration job, perform the following steps:
- Log on to the HBR console.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose MySQL. . On the ECS Database Backup page, click
- Select the region where the MySQL instance to be backed up resides.
- On the ECS Instances tab, find the destination ECS instance, and click Restore in the Actions column.
- In the Create Restore Job dialog box, configure the following settings as prompted. Click Next.
- Set the parameters for the restoration job. Select Database from the Restoration Source drop-down list.
- Configure the restoration job.
- Job Name: the name of the restoration job.
- Restoration Time: By default, this parameter is set to Right Now, which indicates that the restoration job is immediately run.
- Configure the restoration settings.
- Reconnection Time: the interval between the time when the database is disconnected and the time when the database is reconnected.
- Restoration Rate Limit: the amount of data that is restored per second.
- Configure the destination database instance. Select a destination database instance. Default value: Source Instance.
- Set the parameters for the restoration job.
- Click Create.
- After you create a restoration job, the job automatically starts. On the Restore Jobs tab, you can view the status of the restoration job.