You use Acronis Cyber Cloud with NFS backend connected through Backup Gateway. You want to migrate the NFS shares to a new server and need to reconfigure ABGW to use the new NFS export.
1. Stop Acronis Backup Gateway service by issuing the following command:
# systemctl stop vstorage-abgw
2. Move the data between NFS boxes/shares. For example, copy content of old NFS share to the new NFS share.
3. Ensure that current share is unmounted with the following command:
# vstorage-abgw-ctl nfs --umount
4. In /etc/vstorage/abgw.config set the new NFS server address and share name. For example, using the vi editor:
a. Open the configuration file:
b. Find parameters storage.nfs.host and storage.nfs.export
c. Press i to enter editing mode.
d. Specify new values.
e. Press Esc to exit editing mode.
:wq to exit the editor and save changes.
5. Mount the new share with the following command:
# vstorage-abgw-ctl nfs --mount
6. Verify that /mnt/vstorage/vols/acronis-backup/storage/ directory (default mountpoint path) contains customer tenant directories:
ls -alh /mnt/vstorage/vols/acronis-backup/storage/
7. Start Acronis Backup Gateway service:
# systemctl start vstorage-abgw
Now you can continue backing up; backups will be saved on the new NFS share.
Should you need assistance, contact Acronis Support.