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G_W_Albrecht
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Backup on Gaia OS - Best Practices document new version

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Everyone should know about the sk108902: Best Practices - Backup on Gaia OS that contains most of the information needed for planning, performing, testing and restoring backups. Recently, a reference to sk102234 - Backing up Gaia system level configuration has been added, which includes vital information for loading a saved configuration from a file - a procedure that can not be found elsewhere in the documentation (only the command syntax can be found in the Gaia Administration Guide):

HostName > set clienv on-failure continue
HostName > load configuration <filename>
HostName > set clienv on-failure stop
HostName > save config

The sk108902 covers all GAiA based deployments and includes a list of references: To additional VSX peculiarities that can be found in sk100395: How to backup and restore VSX gateway, to the sk98068 - Gaia Limitations after Snapshot Recovery as well as to sk98153 - How to take a snapshot of Endpoint Security Management Server database on Gaia OS. Only the GAiA Embedded backup procedures are not available in sk108902, but can be found in sk112858: ATRG: Gaia Embedded Appliances.

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G_W_Albrecht
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As i did already write here - command reference and syntax is found in Gaia Administration Guide R80.20 p.29 + p.359, but not the example from sk102234. The set clienv on-failure continue will often save time, but is not always necessary, afaik.

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Marco_Valenti
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Thanks for the update , would be nice if check point could add those commands on the documentation too 🙂

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G_W_Albrecht
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As i did already write here - command reference and syntax is found in Gaia Administration Guide R80.20 p.29 + p.359, but not the example from sk102234. The set clienv on-failure continue will often save time, but is not always necessary, afaik.

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