By Meng Wang

Back up your IBM® Business Process Manager (BPM) data regularly, particularly after you make discrete configuration changes, such as installing a new system, applying interim fixes, deploying applications, and changing the topology, which you would do for vertical or horizontal scaling. It is also especially important before purging any data. The more recent your data backup, the less work will be lost if restoring it becomes necessary.

To do the back up, shut down the cell, make sure no transaction is pending in the databases, and then back up the IBM BPM databases (and your relevant application databases).

Applicable editions: Express, Standard, and Advanced

Applicable releases: All

Source: IBM

 

 

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