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What's the differences between those restore points? I guess Snapshot is fast restore, because only copy already existing files to destination. But it takes compute and storage resources the generate every 6 hours a snapshot and it will be stored only for 3 days. A snapshot is a full backup of your data captured at a specific interval. Restoring from a ...


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As per MongoDB documentation here The Ops Manager Backup Agent provides scheduled snapshots and point-in-time recovery of your MongoDB replica sets and sharded clusters. How it Works A lightweight Backup Agent runs within your infrastructure and backs up data from the MongoDB processes you have specified. NOTE : Only sharded clusters or replica sets ...


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MongoDB doesn't provide an incremental backup option out of the box, but it's possible to do a file snapshot and replay the oplog. As per MongoDB BOL Here If the volume where MongoDB stores its data files supports point-in-time snapshots, you can use these snapshots to create backups of a MongoDB system at an exact moment in time. File system snapshots are ...


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