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Solr: Backed up? Now you can restore soon! | 3RDi Search Blog

submitted 2 weeks ago, Thursday, Nov 9, 2017, 20:14:07 by JhonKelley in Technology / Science
http://host:port/solr/<core>/replication?command=backup&name=bkp_1001

This will take a snapshot of your index in the directory snapshot.bkp_100 in /data directory. You can also specify the maximum number of backups you want and the directory you want to take the backup in instead of /data directory.

Everything goes good till here. But what if you want to restore your index? Well, you have to restore your index manually.
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