This topic describes the methods that you can use to restore the data of an ApsaraDB RDS for MySQL instance.

Scenarios

Scenario Method
Restore the data of an RDS instance that is accidentally released
  • Locked Instances: Log on to the ApsaraDB RDS console and go to the Locked Instances page. In the top navigation bar, select the region where the RDS instance resides. If you can find the RDS instance on the Locked Instances page, you can rebuild the RDS instance.
  • Backups: If the RDS instance uses local SSDs and you specified the Backup Retention Policy After Release parameter on the Backup Settings tab to configure the RDS instance to retain backup files, log on to the ApsaraDB RDS console, go to the Backup for Deleted Instances tab of the Backups page, download the required backup files, and then restore the data of the RDS instance.
Restore the data that is accidentally deleted from an RDS instance
  • View the data in the data backup files of an RDS instance
  • View the data that exists at a specified point in time in an RDS instance
  • Migrate the data of an RDS instance
  • Restore the data from the backup files of an RDS instance to an on-premises database or to the cloud
Migrate or restore the data of an RDS instance to the cloud
Migrate or restore the data of an RDS instance to an on-premises database
Migrate the data of an RDS instance to a different RDS instance

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