To prevent data loss or corruption caused by events such as system failures, you can back up data by using the backup feature of ApsaraDB for MongoDB. Such backup data can be used during data restoration.
|Back up one or more databases||Configure automatic backup for an ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance||
|Manually back up an ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance||
|Download one or more backup files||Download the physical backup data of a replica set instance||
||Applicable to scenarios such as business testing or data analysis. You can download ApsaraDB for MongoDB backup files to your computer and restore the data to a self-managed database.|
|Restore backup data to one or more ApsaraDB for MongoDB instances||Restore data to a new ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance||Replica set instances that run MongoDB 4.2 or earlier||Applicable to scenarios where one or more databases need to be quickly restored. For example, you can use this solution if you deleted a collection or document by mistake.|
|Restore data to a new ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance by point in time||
Notice Standalone instances do not support point-in-time data restoration to a new instance.
|Applicable to scenarios where data of multiple databases in an instance or data of the entire instance needs to be restored to a specific point in time.|
|Create an instance from a backup||
||Applicable to scenarios where an entire instance needs to be restored but data timeliness is not a key requirement.|
|Restore data to the current ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance||Three-node replica set instances||-|
|Restore backup data to one or more self-managed databases||Restore data of an ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance to self-managed MongoDB databases by using logical backup||Replica set instances||Applicable to scenarios such as business testing or data analysis.|
|Restore data of an ApsaraDB for MongoDB instance to a self-managed MongoDB database by using physical backup||Replica set instances||Applicable to scenarios such as business testing or data analysis.|