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Using Schedules and Restore-Only Mode
If you periodically back up your cluster’s resources, you are able to return to a previous state in case of some unexpected mishap, such as a service outage. Doing so with Velero looks like the following:
After you first run the Velero server on your cluster, set up a daily backup (replacing
<SCHEDULE NAME> in the command as desired):
velero schedule create <SCHEDULE NAME> --schedule "0 7 * * *"
This creates a Backup object with the name
A disaster happens and you need to recreate your resources.
Update the Velero server deployment, adding the argument for the
server command flag
restore-only set to
true. This prevents Backup objects from being created or deleted during your Restore process.
Create a restore with your most recent Velero Backup:
velero restore create --from-backup <SCHEDULE NAME>-<TIMESTAMP>