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How can I backup JanusGraph data and restore it to a new node?

i am using gremlin to enter data in cassandra db .how can i take a backup and restore it in new node?

what are the steps for taking and restoring bakup

backuprestorejanusgraph
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Erick Ramirez answered

To create a backup of the JanusGraph data, you need to take a snapshot of the JanusGraph tables with the nodetool snapshot command on all the nodes in the cluster. Follow the details in Taking a snapshot.

To clone the JanusGraph tables to another cluster, follow the steps I documented in the following posts:

Before you clone the data, I recommend connecting your JanusGraph to the cluster so the table schema gets created correctly first. Cheers!

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