Backup and Restore
During the backup, ensure that clusters are fully provisioned and not in-progress. Follow the below steps to restore the current database with a new controller.
- Make sure the database and velero is backed up
- Make sure the existing Database is reachable from the new Cluster Resource
Create new storage account and storage container to save terraform state files
- Refer to Create Storage Account for creating the Storage Account
- Refer to Create Storage Container for creating the Storage Container
Update the existing Database FQDN in terraform.tfvars
existingDatabaseFQDN = ""
Existing database FQDN should be provided in case of using existing database
- Update the existing db value in terraform.tfvars
existingDatabase = true
Create a new Resource group, Virtual Network, Aks Cluster
Store the password using the pass command (Refer to 2.3.1) and pass the secrets using pass and set as environment variables
Enable Restore option in Velero in terraform.tfvars
velero_restore = true
- Initialize the terraform code and run it
terraform init \ -backend-config="resource_group_name=$TF_STATE_FILE_STORAGE_RESOURCE_GROUP" \ -backend-config="storage_account_name=$TF_STATE_FILE_STORAGE_ACCOUNT" \ -backend-config="container_name=$TF_STATE_FILE_STORAGE_CONTAINER" \ -backend-config="key=terraform.tfstate"
- Create a plan of what resources are going to be executed in the AKS console
- Apply and create infrastructure to bring up the Rafay controller
terraform apply --auto-approve
Once the terraform command gets completed, you should be able to login into the URL
https://console.<controller-FQDN> using the username and password of the old controller.
- Verify if the existing clusters become healthy in 10-20 mins