Improved Nodegrid UI for backup
New for Nodegrid 6.0, the user interface for Nodegrid Save Settings (backup) is improved. Previously, the backup option from System::Toolkit::Save_Settings would save backups to the main disk to the root location /backup when you select "Local System" as a destination. This location is inaccessible to the admin user from the UI or from the shell, a user would have to elevate to root user to access the backup file.
Nodegrid 6.0 now saves this to an "admin" friendly location for which the admin can download to his system using the File Manager if or access the file from the shell.
From the Shell
How To: Live Backup VM and Restore VM on Nodegrid
There are several ways to backup virtual machines and as Nodegrid becomes a popular choice for hosting virtual machines in the data center or at the edge running on our Nodegrid Service Routers, administrators need a way to backup and restore the VM. ...
Backing up the Nodegrid Appliance
Nodegrid backup is complete backup of all configuration. Follow these steps to take backup through WebUI, 1. Login as admin and navigate to System::Toolkit 2. Select Save Settings 3. One has to select the destination to store the backup Local ...
Improved NodeGrid WebUI: Apply Settings using Local System option
To Save the current configuration of your NodeGrid, follow the steps below (5.x.x and 6.x.x NodeGrid Versions) WebUI 1. Go to System, Toolkit, and click on Save Settings icon. 2. Select the option where you want to save the configuration: a. Local ...
How to: Backup a Nodegrid device using ZPE Cloud
ZPE cloud enables managing on-demand and scheduled backups of your Nodegrid devices. Login to ZPE Cloud Go to Devices :: Enrolled Select the devices you want to backup and then click Backup. You can backup multiples devices at once. Select the File ...
Restoring backups to a Nodegrid Appliance
Nodegrid restore is an easy way to restore backups from stored configuration backups Follow these steps to restore backup to the Nodegrid 1. Login as admin and navigate to System::Toolkit 2. Select Apply Settings 3. Now one has to choose where to ...