Restore User Content - Fluid Topics - 3.1

Fluid Topics Installation and Administration Guide

Product
Fluid Topics
FT_Version
3.1
Platform
RHEL
Category
Reference Guide
language
English

This section concerns user accounts, personal books, scopes, search alerts, portal preferences (guided homepage, facets, CSS, and so on, set in the admin interface).

Run the following command:

As root user

/usr/local/afs7/scripts/FT_restore_solution.sh -a $BACKUP_ARCHIVE -c USER_CONTENT

The $BACKUP_ARCHIVE corresponds to the path AND the name of the .tar file as specified during backup.

The following lines are displayed:

[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] INDEXER defaulted to 'localhost'
[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] FRONT defaulted to 'localhost'
[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] BO-UM defaulted to 'localhost'
[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] AFS defaulted to '/usr/local/afs7'
[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] log file defaulted to '/usr/local/afs7/logs/FT_backup_restore.log'
[FT_restore_solution.sh][INFO] ### INIT RESTORE ###

Session terminated, killing shell... ...killed.

Session terminated, killing shell... ...killed.

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Session terminated, killing shell... ...killed.
Restoring to fluid-topics-70053-stable.user-credentials without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Restoring to fluid-topics-70053-stable.users without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Restoring to fluid-topics-70053-stable.personal-books without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Restoring to fluid-topics-70053-stable.sessions without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Restoring to fluid-topics-70053-stable.personal-books-topics without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Restoring to fluid-topics-70054-stable.sessions without dropping. Restored data will be inserted without raising errors; check your server log
Warning: Using a password on the command line interface can be insecure.

Session terminated, killing shell... ...killed.

Restore End.