Cluster Indices Restore


Cluster backups may be used to restore data from a point-in-time to a new cluster, via the Console or using the Provisioning API.  Data will be restored to a new cluster.

When restoring a cluster, you may choose to:

  • Restore all data or only selected indices
    • When doing a restore,  there are two options. You can do a full restore where all indices will be restored. With the selected restore option, selected indices will be restored.
  • Restore to a point-in-time
    • The restore process will use the latest backup data, up to the specified point-in-time. 

Once the Restore parameters are submitted, a new cluster will be provisioned under the account with a topology matching the designated point-in-time (e.g. if 3 nodes were added to a 3-node cluster on 01/10/2017 and the restore operation was for a point-in-time of 30/09/2017, then the restored cluster will have 3 nodes).


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