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we do nightly backups of our repositorys in Bitbucket Server using the backup-client. With this Backup we can restore the whole bunch of repositorys including the database data.
But: how can we restore a single repository including the database data? If we restore the Backup in a separated instance we could get the repo-files from the filesystem but which parts of the database should be copied back to the productive Database? Which tables are affected? Which rows should be copied?
Is there a kind of SQL-Script that extracts and dumps all databasedata for a single repository?
Hi Ronald! Restoring restore a deleted repository including the database data is not currently possible.
We have a Feature request for that and you can find it at BSERV-4586. You can vote for it, add a comment or watch the ticket to receive future updates.
Let us know if you have any questions.