Importing Data into Redis Enterprise
You can import export or backup files of a specific database to restore data. You can either import from a single file or from multiple files, such as when you want to import from a backup of a sharded database.
You can import data from these locations:
- HTTP server
- FTP server
- SFTP server
- Amazon S3
- Local mount point
- OpenStack Swift (Object Storage)
Importing data into a database
To import data into a database:
- In databases, click on the database that you want to import data to.
- In configuration, at the bottom of the page click Import.
- Select the location to import the data from and enter the connection details.
- Select Receive email notification on success/failure, if you want to receive email notifications about the import process.
- Click Import.
To import RDB files from an HTTP server, enter the path to the files. You must enter each path on a separate line.
Before you specify to import from an FTP server, make sure that:
- The RS cluster has network connectivity to the FTP server.
- The user that you specify in the FTP server location has read priviledges.
To import an RDB file from an FTP server, enter the FTP server location in the format:
Before you specify to import from an SFTP server, make sure that:
- The RS cluster has network connectivity to the SFTP server.
- The user that you specify in the SFTP server location has read priviledges.
- The RS server and SFTP server have the correct TLS certificates. You can select either:
- Use the cluster auto generated key - Go to settings and copy the Cluster SSH Public Key to the SFTP server.
- Use a custom key - Generate a TLS key pair for the SFTP server, copy the private key to the SSH Private Key box, and copy the public key to the SFTP server.
To import from an SFTP server, enter the SFTP server location in the format:
Before you import from Amazon S3, make sure that you have:
- Path in the format:
- Access key ID
- Secret access key
Local mount point
Before you specify to import from a local mount point, make sure that:
- The node has network connectivity to the destination server of the mount point.
redislabs:redislabsuser has read priviledges on the local mount point and on the destination server.
- You must mount the storage in the same path on all cluster nodes. You can also use local storage but you must copy the imported files manually to all nodes because the import source folders on the nodes are not synchronised.
To specify to import from a local mount point on a node:
Create the mount point:
- Connect to the terminal of the RS server that the node is running on.
Mount the remote storage to a local mount point.
sudo mount -t nfs 192.168.10.204:/DataVolume/Public /mnt/Public
In the path for the backup location, enter the mount point.
Before you specify to import from OpenStack Swift, make sure that you have:
- Storage URL in the format:
- Prefix (Optional)