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Only full backups can be created.
In SingleStoreDB Cloud backups cannot be created to local file systems.
Backups are not run within the workspaces themselves but on the Master Aggregator (MA) of the corresponding underlying cluster.
Backups happen for workspaces that have databases attached in R/W (read and write) mode.
When you suspend a workspace you suspend any operations against it.
In addition to the scheduled backups, you can also create your own backups through SQL from a MySQL client.
SingleStoreDB Cloud automatically backs up data on a default schedule at 2 am daily in the local time for the deployment region.
The retention period is seven days.
You can raise a Support ticket to alter the scheduled time for your backup.
In the support ticket you should provide the following information:
The name of the database for which you want to alter the scheduled backup time.
The name of the workspace on which the database is running.
The new scheduled backup time you want to be set for your database.
Ensure you specify the time format clearly (12-hour or 24-hour) and include the time zone.
The support team will provide an ETA when they receive the support ticket and subsequently update the ticket with the confirmation of the changes made.
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Last modified: May 29, 2023