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Adrian (Softland)
Jun 30, 2021

Backup4all 9.x

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Walrus allows users to store persistent data, organized as buckets and objects. You can use Walrus to create, delete, and list buckets, or to put, get, and delete objects, or to set access control policies. Walrus is interface compatible with Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3). It provides a mechanism for storing and accessing virtual machine images and user data. Walrus can be accessed by end-users, whether the user is running a client from outside the cloud or from a virtual machine instance running inside the cloud.

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How to backup from Walrus

Steps to follow:

1. Open Backup4all and select File -> New (Ctrl+N).

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2. On the Where do you want to save the backup? page, select the backup destination you want to use. In this article we will use a Removable USB drive. Press Next
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3. On the What do you want to backup page, add the backup sources from Walrus.
Under Online section, press Define new.
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4. Type a name for this configuration. Enter the credentials for Walrus and press Test, to make sure everything is correctly configured. Then press Save
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5. The new configuration will appear in the sources list. Select the files you want to back up. Press Next
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6. On the Filter the backup sources page, you can set include/exclude filters for backup sources. Then press Next.
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7. On the How do you want to backup page, you can choose the backup type and the encryption.

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8. On the When do you want to backup page, you can set the backup job to automatically run on the specified time and days. Press Next.

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9. On the Personalize your backup job page, enter a name for the backup in the Backup name field.

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10. Press Save -> Save and run

How to restore to Walrus

You can restore a backup to Walrus only if the original source location was Walrus.
Steps to follow:

1. If the backup job does not exist in Backup4all, you must open it from the backup destination, going to File->Open from.

2. Select Restore to original location.

3. If you select to restore from a specific version, press Next to indicate the version or the date you want to restore the files. Press Next

4. You can also filter the files before the restore.

5. Press Finish to start the restore process.