Restore SQL File to VigorACS 2 Database

This document demonstrates how to restore the backup SQL file to the database of VigorACS 2 on Windows platform and Linux platform. Since the column and tables might be different for each version, please make sure the current ACS version is the SAME as the version where we backup the SQL file.

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Windows Platform

  1. Go to the path {ACS Installed path}\bin\acs_util\dbutil\BackupRestoreScript\Windows to find the file "backupconfig_windows.txt".

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  2. Edit the file backupconfig_windows.txt :

    • USERNAME: Input the MySQL account to access the database. If you install the MariaDB from VigorACS installed package, the default account should be root.
    • PASSWORD: Type the password of MySQL account to access the database.
    • Database path: Specify the correct path of MariaDB bin folder.
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  3. Run the Command Prompt as administrator and change the path to current path {Installed path}\VigorACS\dbutil\BackupRestoreScript\Windows.
    Use the batch file mysqlrestore.bat and add the SQL file (including path) for running database restore by command
    # mysqlrestore.bat C:\Users\user\AppData\Roaming\EMS\sql-backup\backup_backup_ACS_3.1.0RC5_r2687_FullVer_2021-06-03.1051.sql
    You will see the message Restore process is finished. Please restart ACS service and check it after restore process completed.

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Linux Platform

1. Go to the path /usr/local/vigoracs/VigorACS/bin/acs_util/dbutil/BackupRestoreScript/Linux to find the file "backupconfig.txt"

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2. Edit the file backupconfig.txt :

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3. Use the shell file mysqlrestore.sh and add the SQL file (including path) for running database restore by command
# mysqlrestore.sh /home/mysql_backup/backup_backup_ACS_3.1.0RC5_r2687_FullVer_2021-06-03.1051.sql
You will see the message Restore process is finished. Please restart ACS service and check it after restore process completed

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Published On:2018-12-26 

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