This article describes how to back up a VAP group and how to restore the VAP group from the archiveThis article describes how to back up a VAP group and how to restore the VAP group from the archive.
The following procedures describe how to perform full backup and restore of a VAP group together with the installed application data.
Application backup Procedure
To backup a VAP group, enter the following command in the CBS prompt:
CBS# archive-vap-group backup vap-group <VAP_group_name>
The installed application must be stopped during the procedure. Press "Y" to disable the VAP group automatically within the next step:
During backup the vap-group will be disabled. Continue? <Y or N> [Y]: Y
When the backup procedure is done, the archive is stored in the following directory:
Application restore procedure
When restoring the VAP group on a different chassis, restore the XOS configuration first. All of the VAP group configuration parameters must be the same as for the original VAP group.
To restore the VAP group from a previously backed up archive, use the following procedure:
Place the archive files to the /tftpboot/archives/<VAP_group_name>/<archive_number> directory
Please note that the <VAP_group_name> in the path must correspond with the original <VAP_group_name> .
Verify the archive:
CBS# archive-vap-group show
Enter the following command in the CBS promp to start the restore procedure: