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admin.databaseOneTimeIncrementalBackup

admin.databaseOneTimeIncrementalBackup(
   $backup-dir as String,
   $start as Date,
   $backup-security-db as Boolean,
   $backup-schemas-db as Boolean,
   $backup-triggers-db as Boolean,
   [$include-replicas as Boolean],
   [$incremental-dir as String?],
   [$purge-journal-archive as Boolean?],
   [$journal-archiving as Boolean?],
   [$journal-archive-path as String?],
   [$lag-limit as (Number|String)?]
) as element(db.databaseBackup)

Summary

This function constructs a one-time incremental backup specification.

Parameters
$backup-dir The directory where the full backup is located.
$start The starting dateTime of the scheduled incremental backup.
$backup-security-db Whether to backup the security database alongside the current incremental backup.
$backup-schemas-db Whether to backup the schemas database alongside the current incremental backup.
$backup-triggers-db Whether to backup the triggers database alongside the current incremental backup.
$include-replicas If set to false, do not include the replicas in the incremental backup. The default is true, which means to include all replicas in the incremental backup.
$incremental-dir The directory in which to save the incremental backup.
$purge-journal-archive Whether or not to purge journal archive after incremental backup is performed. Defaults to false
$journal-archiving Whether or not to enable journal archiving. Defaults to false.
$journal-archive-path Path for where archived journals are stored. Defaults to the backup data directory.
$lag-limit Maximum difference in seconds that the archived journal can lag behind its forest's active journal. Defaults to 900.

Example

const admin = require('/MarkLogic/admin.xqy');
admin.databaseOneTimeIncrementalBackup("/backupDir",
        xs.dateTime("2014-07-14T09:45:00"),"true","true","true")

   //returns the oneTime incremental backup 
    

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