Back up and Restore the EFA System
You can back up and restore the EFA system, including the database and certificates.
To back up the system, run the
$ efa system backup Generating backup of EFA... Backup Location: /apps/efa_logs/backup/EFA-2021-02-10T13-21-46.413.tar --- Time Elapsed: 10.401999384s ---
To restore the system, take the
Run the efa system
$ efa system restore EFA-2021.01.12-11.19.52.tar (Version:2.3.2-GA, Generated by: User) EFA-2021-01-12T04.59.09.tar (Version:2.4.0-7171, Generated by: User) EFA-2021-01-12T13.50.00.tar (Version:2.4.0-121, Generated by: User) EFA-2021-01-12T13.50.51.tar (Version:2.4.0-121, Generated by: System) EFA-2021-01-12T16.11.47.tar (Version:2.4.0-1211, Generated by: System) EFA-Upgrade-2.3.2-GA.tar (Version:2.3.2-GA, Generated by: System)The command output displays a list of available backup tar files.
Select the backup tar file that you want to restore.
Choose backup option:1 Selected: EFA-2021.01.12-11.19.52.tar Performing EFA restore using EFA-2021.01.12-11.19.52.tar Generating backup before initiating restore BACKUP_TAR: /apps/efa_logs/backup/EFA-2021.01.12-11.19.52.tar Stopping all EFA services All pods are terminated Migrating database Completed database migration Checking if all PODS are in ready state... Restore operation is successful --- Time Elapsed: 9m3.079104969s ---
When the restore is
complete, run source /etc/profile.
You can now log in to EFA.
To enable secure
connections, install the certificates on devices.
efa certificates device install --ips <ip-adddr> certType [ http|token]The command installs the HTTPS or OAuth2 certificate on one or more devices.
- To get the current state of the devices, run the efa inventory device update command after you run the restore command.
- Check the status of the services to ensure that they are in-sync.
- Run the efa system restore command.