Veritas NetBackup™ for MongoDB Administrator's Guide
- Overview of protecting MongoDB using NetBackup
- Verify the pre-requisites for the MongoDB plug-in for NetBackup
- Configuring NetBackup for MongoDB
- Configuring backup options for MongoDB using the mongodb.conf file
- Adding MongoDB credentials in NetBackup
- Managing backup hosts
- Backing up MongoDB using NetBackup
- Backing up MongoDB data
- Configuring NetBackup policies for MongoDB plug-in
- Restoring or recovering MongoDB data using NetBackup
- About the restore scenarios for MongoDB database from the BAR interface
- Recovering a MongoDB database using the command line
- Appendix A. Additional information
Consider the following limitations before you deploy the MongoDB plug-in:
For highly available MongoDB cluster, if fail-over happens during a backup, then the job fails.
IP address is not supported for the application server and backup host field. You must enter the FQDN, host name, or the short name of the application server or the backup host.
Encrypted MongoDB environments are not supported.
English-only MongoDB environments are supported.
Extended Access Control Lists (ACL) are not recovered after a recovery operation.
Recovery is not supported for a shrunk MongoDB cluster.
For standalone MongoDB nodes without replica sets, incremental backups are not supported.
MongoDB password less service account usage is not supported.
Protection of MongoDB environments that are deployed or managed using the MongoDB Ops Manager is not supported.
If you change the Feature Compatibility Version between the full and differential incremental backups, the backups fail.
The backup of a sharded MongoDB environment can be taken only as a sharded backup configuration and not a replica set or any other backup configuration.