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). 6. Now, access the Longhorn web interface. This can typically be accessed by navigating to
or by finding the Longhorn app in the Rancher dashboard if you're using Rancher to manage your Harvester cluster. 7. In the Longhorn web interface, click on the "Volumes" tab in the left-hand menu. 8. Locate the volume associated with the VM disk you want to back up (using the volume name you noted earlier) and click on its name to open the volume details page. 9. In the volume details page, scroll down to the "Recurring Snapshot and Backup" section. 10. Click the "Add" button, and configure the backup schedule: 11. a. Choose the "Backup" option from the "Type" dropdown menu. 12. b. Set the desired schedule for the backup by defining the "Cron" expression. 13. c. Specify the number of backups to retain. 14. d. Click "Create" to save the backup schedule. Once you've completed these steps, Longhorn will automatically create backups of the specified VM disk according to the defined schedule. The backups will be stored in the configured backup target, such as an S3-compatible object storage service. Remember that you need to configure a backup target in Longhorn settings before you can create and store backups.
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