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3.9.3 Replication Live Servers Backups

The database content of Replication Live Servers is exchangeable, that means it is possible to restore the database of one Replication Live Server with the database content of another Replication Live Server. Complete replication of the Master Live Server takes far longer for huge databases than restoring a database with a backup. On average the replication process creates 5-10 content items per second in the repository, depending on the content item size. Therefore, do the following:

  • Execute regular database backups of a Replication Live Server

  • Restore the Replication Live Server database with a backup.

Note that Content Management Server, Master Live Server and Replication Live Server databases stand in a fixed temporal order. The state of the Content Management Server must be younger than the state of the Master Live Server. The state of the Master Live Server must be younger than the state of the Replication Live Server. Backups must follow this order. Therefore, do the following:

  • Create backups in the order Replication Live Server, Master Live Server, Content Management Server.

The following section explains how to restore the database in detail.

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