This page lets you manage Backup jobs and Backup resources for each project. The top part of the page displays Active Jobs and the bottom part displays Stopped Jobs. The following fields on the page have a yellow background if delayed:
Last Agent Conf, if older than 1 hour.
Last Oplog, if older than 1 hour before the Last Agent Conf.
Head Time, if older than 1 hour before Last Oplog.
Last Snapshot, if older than the snapshot interval multiplied by 1.5.
From the Jobs page, you can do the following:
Click the project, select the Daemons or blockstores, and select Save Changes.
View a job's log.
Click the name of the job and then click the Logs link. Contact MongoDB Support if you need help interpreting the error message.
View information about a job.
Click the job. From the job's page you can access logs, conf calls, and other information, and you can download diagnostics.
Move a job to a new Backup Daemon.
Filter the page to display the jobs assigned to a particular Daemon or blockstore.
Click the name of the Daemon or blockstore.
Select or clear Journal Head to turn on or off journaling for your head database.
Changing this setting at the job level overrides the deployment-wide setting.
From the Jobs page, you can assign Backup resources to a particular project.
You can make these changes for existing Backups, but only new backup jobs will follow the new rules. Making these changes does not affect existing deployments. For additional procedural information, see Move Jobs from a Lost Backup Daemon to another Backup Daemon.
Click the project to open the project's assignment page; make the assignments; select Save Changes.
Assign a project to a labelled set of resources.
Then, on the Jobs page:
After you change the labels applied to this backup job, stop and then restart backups for this deployment. Once Backup restarts, Ops Manager changes the oplog store assigned to this Backup job. The oplog store matches the job's assigned labels to an oplog store with the same assigned labels. This change halts new and removes existing point-in-time restores until Ops Manager takes the next snapshot after reassigning the oplog store.
Specify the KMIP fields and click Save Changes.