This document outlines how to migrate your Tines self-hosted tenant to another deployment. It explains how to take an RDS Snapshot, delete the old database, and restore the RDS Snapshot to a new deployment.
In the event of a disaster, Restoring an RDS Snapshot outlines how to restore your Tines tenant.
Step 1: Go to the AWS Console.
Step 2: Go to Elastic Container Service.
Step 3: Go to the appropriate Cluster.
Step 4: You will see that you have the tines-app and tines-sidekiq services running.
Step 5: Go to RDS.
Step 6: Select Databases in the menu on the left of the screen.
Step 7: Go to the appropriate database.
Step 8: Go to the Actions dropdown in the upper right corner of the screen.
Step 9: Select Take Snapshot.
Step 10: Give the snapshot a name and click Take Snapshot. You will see that the snapshot is being created. Please allow time for the operation to complete.
Step 11: Go to Databases. Go to the appropriate database.
Step 12: Go to the Actions dropdown in the upper right corner and select Delete. The database will be deleted. This may take a few minutes, please allow it time to complete.
Step 13: Select the snapshot. Go to the Actions dropdown in the upper right corner and select Restore Snapshot.
Step 14: Enter the name of the DB instance.
Step 15: Select the Existing VPC Security Group for the DB instance.
Step 16: Proceed with restoring the snapshot. The restoration of the snapshot may take a few minutes. Please allow the operation time to complete.
Step 17: Go to the Elastic Container Service and select the appropriate Cluster.
Step 18: Select both tasks (tines-app, tines-sidekiq) and stop the tasks. The task definitions are set to restart the tasks if they are down, so wait for the tasks to come back up.