How to Restore Files Using Bacularis

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How to Restore Files Using Bacularis

  1. Login to the Bacularis portal.
    1. https://director1.cyberx.net.au:9097/web/login/
      1. Note: Your Director URL may be different. CyberX will advise your Director URL.
    2. Enter your username and password.
Login to the Bacularis web portal
  1. Select “Restore” from the Bacularis main menu.
Select ‘Restore’ from the left pane
  1. Select the relevant client from the selection box.
Select the relevant client from the drop-down box
  1. Click “Next”.
  2. Select “Group most recent backups” as the backup selection method.
    1. Select which backup location to restore from (onsite will restore faster than offsite).
      1. So, by default, the onsite1_backup will normally be the preferred backup to restore from.
    2. Make sure the correct FileSet is selected.
    3. Then click “Next”.
Select ‘Group most recent backups’
  1. Browse to the file(s) you want to restore in the left pane.
    1. Click the “Add” link, which will add the file to the list of files to restore in the bottom right pane.
    2. If you want to choose between available versions of the file, click on the file name in the left pane instead of the add link to view a list of versions in the top right pane, and use the add link there to add the version you want to restore to the restore list.
Browse and select the files
  1. Set “Restore to directory”.
    1. Then click “Next”.
      1. Files will be restored with their full path, so, for example, if you set the restore directory to /tmp/restore and then restore a file that was at /home/user/somefile it will be restored to /tmp/restore/home/user/somefile.
      2. Set the destination directory to: “/” to restore to the original file location.
Restore to directory
  1. Change restore options as needed (defaults should be fine to use).
    1. Then click “Next”.
      1. Note: Which restore job is selected here doesn’t make much difference since Bacularis will set almost all the options from values we just selected instead of using the defaults defined in the job.
Review and change restore options
  1. Review the restore parameters and click “Run restore” to start the restore job.
Review the Restore

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