Manual backups are backups triggered by you. You can manually back up data at any time based on your business requirements to ensure data reliability. This topic describes how to configure the manual backup settings.
- You can manually create up to three backups for a cluster.
- Manual backup files can be deleted.
- If you modify data after the snapshots of your cluster are created, the amount of
snapshot backups increases. In this case, you are charged for the additional backups.
If data is modified during defragmentation, the amount of snapshot backups also increases.
For example, assume your database has 100 GB of data,
- If you modify 10 GB of the data after a snapshot is created, you are charged for 100 GB of data storage and 10 GB of snapshot storage.
- If you choose to retain the snapshots when you delete your database, you are charged for 100 GB of snapshot storage.
Configure manual backup
- Log on to the PolarDB console.
- In the upper-left corner of the console, select the region where the cluster is deployed.
- Find the cluster and click the cluster ID.
- In the left-side navigation pane, choose .
- In the Backups tab, click Create Backup.
- In the dialog box that appears, click OK.
Related API operations
|CreateBackup||Creates a full backup for a specified PolarDB cluster.|
|DescribeBackups||Queries the backup information of a specified PolarDB cluster.|
|DeleteBackup||Deletes the backups of a specified PolarDB cluster.|