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Navigate to the Clusters tab.
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Click the Clone icon Screen shot 2012-11-05 at 5 located on the left side of the window.
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Figure 4.8 - Creating a clone of a database.
When the Create clone... dialog (shown in Figure 4.8) opens:
Check the box next to Encryption if you would like the clone to be created in an encrypted cluster.
Check the box next to Perform OS and Software update? if you would like the server to perform a software update each time the clone is provisioned. For more information, see Section 4.1.1.
Use the Virtual Network drop-down list box to specify a network name.
Use the Floating IP Pool drop-down to specify the name of the IP pool that the cluster will use.
Use the Server Class drop-down listbox to specify the initial size of the new cluster.
Check the box next to Continuous Archiving (Point-in-Time Recovery) to enable point-in-time recovery on the clone.
When you've completed the dialog, click the Clone button to create the sandbox.
When you clone a database, only the master node is recreated in the new cluster; for information about manually adding replica servers to the new cluster, see Section 8, Manual Scaling.

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