To create a backup copy or recover Administration Server data in non-interactive mode,
Run klbackup with the required set of keys from the command line of the device that has Administration Server installed.
Utility command line syntax:
klbackup -path BACKUP_PATH [-logfile LOGFILE] [-use_ts]|[-restore] [-password PASSWORD] [-online]
If no password is specified in the command line of the klbackup utility, the utility prompts you to enter the password interactively.
Descriptions of the keys:
-path BACKUP_PATH—Save information in the BACKUP_PATH folder, or use data from the BACKUP_PATH folder for recovery (mandatory parameter).
-logfile LOGFILE—Save a report about Administration Server data backup and recovery.
The database server account and the klbackup utility should be granted permissions for changing data in the folder BACKUP_PATH.
-use_ts—When saving data, copy information to the BACKUP_PATH folder, to the subfolder with a name containing the current system date and operation time in
klbackup YYYY-MM-DD # HH-MM-SSformat. If no key is specified, information is saved in the root of the folder BACKUP_PATH.
During attempts to save information in a folder that already stores a backup copy, an error message appears. No information will be updated.
Availability of the
-use_ts key allows an Administration Server data archive to be maintained. For example, if the
-path key indicates the folder
C:\KLBackups, the folder
klbackup 6/19/2017 # 11-30-18 then stores information about the status of the Administration Server as of June, 19, 2017, at 11:30:18 AM.
-restore—Recover Administration Server data. Data recovery is performed based on information contained in the BACKUP_PATH folder. If no key is available, data is backed up in the BACKUP_PATH folder.
-password PASSWORD—Save or recover the Administration Server certificate; to encrypt and decrypt the certificate, use the password specified by the PASSWORD parameter.
A forgotten password cannot be recovered.
-online—Back up Administration Server data by creating a volume snapshot to minimize the offline time of the Administration Server. When you use the utility to recover data, this option is ignored.
When restoring data, you must specify the same password that was entered during backup. If you specify an invalid password, data will not be restored. If the path to a shared folder changed after backup, check the operation of tasks that use restored data (restore tasks and remote installation tasks). If necessary, edit the settings of these tasks. While data is being restored from a backup file, no one must access the shared folder of Administration Server. The account under which the klbackup utility is started must have full access to the shared folder.Page top