The Filter menu
ertical display of snapshots along with details like storage size and chronological ordering. Timestamps represent moments in the dataset's history, they do not reflect the age of data being used at any given moment. The most common use cases are refreshing a VDB or rewinding it to the most recent snapshot, which appears at the top of the page. To find an older snapshot, simply scroll down, locate the date, expand it, and choose a snapshot.A v
Dataset Cards provide a usage summary parent/child details and Jet Stream (Delphix Self-Service) container information.
When you hover over a snapshot, several buttons will appear, enabling you to take actions using that snapshot. The screenshots below show the actions available for dSources and VDBs.
dSource Snapshot panel
VDB Snapshot panel
The table below lays out the operations that may be available and their associated icons.
|Rewind to this snapshot|
|See more actions|
The most-used actions are immediately visible:
- For VDBs only: Rewind the VDB to this point
- Provision a VDB from this snapshot
- Open LogSync
To see more options, click Actionsmenu. The additional actions are:
- View by SCN - Oracle only
- View by LSN - MS SQL only
- Delete Snapshot
- Virtual to Physical (V2P) - Begin a virtual to physical process. After you have created a dSource or a VDB, you can export its contents and log files to a physical database. This process, called V2P, creates a set of directories in the target environment and populates them with the database data, log files, and scripts that are used to recover the physical database. The V2P button automatically starts the physical database recovery process as part of the V2P export.
LogSync works a little differently in the new UI. You can open LogSync in one of two ways:
- Click the filter menu, tand select Find > A point in time and enter the time value using the time calendar.
- Hover over a snapshot and click the Open LogSync icon. This will expand the snapshot, revealing more times from which to choose.