Taking Backups of Your Calm Data

  • 9 September 2020
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Did you know that, as of Calm version 3.0 and later releases, all of your Calm data can now be backed-up? Previous versions of Calm, unfortunately, did not allow this functionality.

All Calm data can now be backed-up to and restored from a single archive file. Taking a backup of the Calm data involves simply connecting to the Prism Central instance hosting the Calm service via CLI (i.e. via SSH), then connecting to the corresponding docker container (named “nucalm”) and executing a single command.

More information regarding this procedure can be found within the “Taking Backup and Restoring Calm Data” section of the “Nutanix Calm Administration and Operations Guide”.


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