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|5/stable||117||20 Apr 2023|
|5/candidate||117||20 Apr 2023|
|5/edge||118||03 May 2023|
|3.6/stable||100||28 Apr 2023|
|3.6/candidate||100||13 Apr 2023|
|3.6/edge||100||03 Feb 2023|
juju deploy mongodb --channel 5/stable
You will need Juju 2.9 to be able to run this command. Learn how to upgrade to Juju 2.9.
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This is a How-To for performing a basic restore. To restore a backup that was made from the a different cluster, (i.e. cluster migration via restore), please reference the Cluster Migration via Restore How-To:
Restoring from a backup requires that you:
- Have a replica set with at least three-nodes deployed
- Access to S3 storage
- Have configured settings for S3 storage
- Have existing backups in your S3-storage
To view the available backups to restore you can enter the command
juju run-action mongodb/leader list-backups --wait
This should show your available backups
backups: |- backup-id | backup-type | backup-status ---------------------------------------------------- YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ | logical | finished
To restore a backup from that list, run the
restore command and pass the
backup-id to restore:
juju run-action mongodb/leader restore backup-id=YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ --wait
Your restore will then be in progress.
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