In the Backups page you may select an existing Backup to edit, or click New to create a new Backup.
|When selected, the backup is enabled.|
|A unique logical name for this backup.|
A valid CRON expression that you can use to control backup frequency. For example, to back up every 12 hours use a value of:
Next Time Backup
|When the next backup is due to run.|
Server Path for Backup
The directory to which local repository data should be backed up as files
Each run of this backup will create a new directory under this one with the timestamp as its name.
Send Mail to Admins if there are Backup Errors
If set, all Artifactory administrators will be notified by email if any problem is encountered during backup.
Exclude New Repositories
|To exclude new repositories, you'll need to add the artifactory-build-info repository to the Excluded Repositories.|
Verify enough disk space is available for backup
|If set, Artifactory will verify that the backup target location has enough disk space available to hold the backed up data. If there is not enough space available, Artifactory will abort the backup and write a message in the log file.|
When set, this backup should be incremental. In this case, only changes from the previous run will be backed up, so the process is very fast.
The backup directory name will be called
The backup files can be used by any incremental file-system based backup utility (such as rsync).
Retention Period Hours
The number of hours to keep a backup before Artifactory will clean it up to free up disk space. Applicable only to non-incremental backups.
Do not store any custom files under the target backup directory, since the automatic backup cleanup processes may delete them!
Back up to a Zip Archive (Slow and CPU Intensive)
If set, backups will be created within a Zip archive.
Monitoring Backup Progress
During a system backup, Artifactory writes several messages to the $
_HOME/artifactory/var/log/artifactory-service.log file. To monitor the backup process, look for messages that indicate the beginning and the end of a full system export as in the following example:
Restoring a Backup
To restore a system backup, you need to perform a system import. For more information, see System Import and Export.