Retrieving files from a ZFS snapshot
A copy or screenshot of the current file system. Screenshots serve as a backup in case a mistake is made or a file is accidentally erased; the file can then be recovered using the snapshot.
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- No zfs folder (old accounts)
- Retrieve from dataset editor
Retrieving zfs snapshots
A list of past snapshots will be displayed.
A list of snapshots with their original data will be displayed.
Click the download button of the image you wish to retrieve. It will be downloaded to your PC.
If you are unable to access the .zfs folder or can't find the .zfs folder in your file browser
InfiniCLOUD accounts created at the very beginning of our service may not have the option to confirm snapshots via the .zfs folder.
Upon request, we can make the snapshots accessible to customers for independent evaluation.
If you are unable to access the.zfs folder and would like to retrieve snapshots of particular files or directories, please get in touch with InfiniCLOUD Support providing the details listed below.
- File or folder name
- Date and time of the data you would like
- If you would like a copy of all snapshots under the .zfs folder, please let us know
- All customer's data will be copied in the server. Use will be restricted during this time.
If there is no [.zfs] folder (users who registered their account before April 15, 2015)
Retrieve files from their original dataset under [/files].
The ".zfs/snapshot" folder will open.
Retrieve files from the original dataset under [/backup].
You must access the dataset through a WebDAV client by following the instructions below in order to retrieve the dataset snapshot. For a list of WebDAV clients that InfiniCLOUD has approved for use, click here.
Confirm the WebDAV connection URL.
The selected data set's information will open.
Updated February 22, 2023