Creating local backup and restoring it to the cloud - Acceptance

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Hi Everyone,  I have downloaded our Acceptance environment “database only” and have cleaned up a few entries. I would now like to create a backup file in pgAdmin to upload back into our Acceptance environment. Is it possible to create a “database only” upload and restore from this? If so, how can this be done? Thank you.
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In pgadmin, rightclick the name of you database and in the contextmenu that shows up, select ‘Backup’. That will export the data to a file. This is “database only” by definition, since you have created it using a “database only” download.

Then go to your project in sprintr and click “Backup”. Then click “Upload Backup” and select your file. Pretty sure it will get accepted as a valid file for restore as long as you have only removed objects.

Mind you: if you cleaned up objects the refer to filedocuments, those filedocuments will become orphans that will keep taking up space on your storage.

See for more info: https://docs.mendix.com/developerportal/operate/backups#3-2-1-uploading-data-in-mendix-cloud-v4

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In pgadmin, right-click the name of your information base, and in the setting menu that appears, select 'Reinforcement'. That will trade the information to a record. This is "information base as it were" by definition since you have made it utilizing a "data set as it were" download. 

Then, at that point, go to your venture in a runner and snap "Reinforcement". Then, at that point, click "Transfer Backup" and select your document. Almost certain it will get acknowledged as a legitimate record for reestablishing as long as you have just eliminated objects. 

As you may have guessed: in the event that you tidied up objects the allude to record archives, those record reports will become vagrants that will continue to occupy a room on your capacity.


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