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7 Recovering From a Console Failure : 7.1 Modifying Backup Properties with the EDB Ark Console

You can use the Installation Properties dialog to modify console backup properties; to modify the properties, navigate to the Admin tab, and click the Edit Installation Properties button.
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When the Edit Installation Properties dialog opens, you can modify details about the console backup storage (see Figure 7.1):
Use the Backup Script field to specify the name and location of the backup script provided with EDB Ark. If you choose to provide your own backup script, use the parameter to specify the name and location.
Use the DB Name field to specify the name of the console database; the default is postgres.
Use the Directory to Store Backups field to specify a directory to which backups will be written. Please note that you must create the directory specified.
Use the DB User Name field to specify the name of the console database user; the default is postgres.
Use the DB User Password field to specify the password associated with the console database user; the default password is:
Use the Storage Bucket field to specify the name of the swift storage container that will be used to store files for point-in-time recovery. This location should not change after the initial deployment of the Ark console.
Use the Console Backup Folder field to specify a folder in which the backups will be stored.
Use the Storage Tenant field to provide the name of the tenant in which the backup will be stored.

7 Recovering From a Console Failure : 7.1 Modifying Backup Properties with the EDB Ark Console

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