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what is the impact on the index when taking back up, either online or offline

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Does online back up consider index, or harm

Does offline back up consider index, or harm

There are other back up also like tape and Snapshot, whats the relevance of that in regards to back up. 

Whats the best back up in regards to index of AEM OOB/Custom?

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Hi @rohan07,

I'm assuming you're talking about content backup(pages, assets, configurations).
Create a content package(package manager) and it will just be fine. For the automation you can write cURL scripts and save it on your linux machine(usually hosted on linux servers) and create a crontab entry and that will take care of your periodic content backup(s). The only information you lose is version history.

snippet:

 

# creates the package
curl -u admin:admin -X POST http://localhost:4502/crx/packmgr/service/.json/etc/packages/mySite-backup-images.zip?cmd=create -d packageName=mySite-backup-images -d groupName=mySite-Backup

#adds the filters
curl -u admin:admin -Froot="/content/dam/mySite/images" http://localhost:4502/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip/jcr:content/vlt:definition/filter/f0

#builds the package
curl -u admin:admin -X POST http://localhost:4502/crx/packmgr/service/.json/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip?cmd=build

#downloads the package
curl -u admin:admin http://localhost:4502/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip > /home/<USER>/<DIRECTORY>/mySite-backup-images_$(date '+%m%d%Y').zip

echo "Backup is done!"
pause

 

 

On the other hand if you want to create a backup of the entire repository, you have three options-

1. offline backup

2. online - AEM integrated backup tool

3. online - filesystem snapshot

 

You can read more about it here : Backup and Restore

 

I hope that helps!

 

Thanks,

Bilal.

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Hi @rohan07,

I'm assuming you're talking about content backup(pages, assets, configurations).
Create a content package(package manager) and it will just be fine. For the automation you can write cURL scripts and save it on your linux machine(usually hosted on linux servers) and create a crontab entry and that will take care of your periodic content backup(s). The only information you lose is version history.

snippet:

 

# creates the package
curl -u admin:admin -X POST http://localhost:4502/crx/packmgr/service/.json/etc/packages/mySite-backup-images.zip?cmd=create -d packageName=mySite-backup-images -d groupName=mySite-Backup

#adds the filters
curl -u admin:admin -Froot="/content/dam/mySite/images" http://localhost:4502/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip/jcr:content/vlt:definition/filter/f0

#builds the package
curl -u admin:admin -X POST http://localhost:4502/crx/packmgr/service/.json/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip?cmd=build

#downloads the package
curl -u admin:admin http://localhost:4502/etc/packages/mySite-Backup/mySite-backup-images.zip > /home/<USER>/<DIRECTORY>/mySite-backup-images_$(date '+%m%d%Y').zip

echo "Backup is done!"
pause

 

 

On the other hand if you want to create a backup of the entire repository, you have three options-

1. offline backup

2. online - AEM integrated backup tool

3. online - filesystem snapshot

 

You can read more about it here : Backup and Restore

 

I hope that helps!

 

Thanks,

Bilal.