Other Repositories

This section will explain how you can add and delete local and shared repositories to store RecoveryManager Plus’s database backups.

If you don’t have a repository configured, you’ll be presented with a screen to do that.

  • Enter a name in the Repository Name field.
  • If you want to add a local repository, enter the local path where you wish to save the backups In the Repository Path field. If required, you can select Add Credentials and provide the credentials of a user who can read/write in the specified local path.
  • If you want to add a shared repository, enter the shared path where you wish to save the backups In the Repository Path field. When you enter a shared path, the product automatically asks for the credentials of a user that can read/write the content in the specified storage location.
  • Click Add.

Once you have added a repository, you can view the following details of the repository that you have configured:

  • Repository name.
  • Repository path.
  • Space occupied by backups.
  • Storage capacity of the repository.
  • Space available in the repository.
  • Status of the connected repository.

You can also perform the following operations:

Add a new repository

  • Click Add Repository button in the top right corner.
  • Enter a name in the Repository Name field.
  • In the Repository Path, enter the path to the file server or the shared path where you wish to save the backups.
  • Click Add.

Rename an existing repository

  • Click the icon under the actions column of the repository to change the name of the repository.
  • Modify the name of the repository and click Save.

Enable/disable a repository

  • Click the / icon under the action column of the repository that you wish to enable/ disable.

Delete an existing repository

  • Click the icon under the action column of the repository that you wish to delete.
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