kandi X-RAY | phpbu Summary
kandi X-RAY | phpbu Summary
PHPBU is a php tool that creates and encrypts backups, syncs your backups to other servers or cloud services and assists you monitor your backup creation. Get an in depth look into all the features and a short 'getting started' tutorial at the PHPBU Website. If you are not using php 7.2 or greater already you can still use phpbu version 5.2.10 If you are behind php 7.0 you can still use phpbu version 4.0.10.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Get the list of backups
- Prints footer .
- Sets default snippets
- Handles the phpbu version .
- Create the command line
- Get list of files to delete .
- Format the backups .
- Fire the webhook request .
- Setup ranges .
- Detects the command location .
phpbu Key Features
phpbu Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Continuous Backup
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-22 at 10:59
I am not sure if you have seen this message in the portal when you created the account/also mentioned in the doc
"You will not be able to switch between the backup policies after the account has been created"
since you need to select either "Periodic" or "Continuous" at the creation of Cosmos Account, it becomes mandatory.
You will not see the above in portal anymore, you can Switch from "Periodic" to "Continous" on an existing account and that cannot be reverted. You can read more here.
What would be the consistency of the continuous backup of the write region if the database is using bounded staleness consistency? Will it be equivalent to strong consistent data assuming no failovers happened?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 17:15
Backups made from any secondary region will have data consistency defined by the guarantees provided by the consistency level chosen. In the case of strong consistency, all secondary region backups will have completely consistent data.
Bounded staleness will have data that may have stale or inconsistent data inside the defined staleness window (minimum 300 seconds or 100k writes). Outside of that staleness window the data will be consistent.
Data for the weaker consistency levels will have no guarantees for consistency from backups in secondary regions.
MongoDB has deprecated the continuous back up of data. It has recommended using CPS (Cloud provider snapshots). As far as I understood, snapshots isn't really going to be effective compared to continuous backup coz, if system breaks, then we can only be able to restore the data till the previous snapshot which isn't gonna make the database up-to-date or close to it atleast.
Am I missing something here in my understanding?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-19 at 10:12
Cloud provider snapshots can be combined with point in time restore to give the recovery point objective you require. With oplog based restores you can get granularity of one second.
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