thank you for your reply. This is precisely what I did. However, the backup file is not showing up.
tabadmin backup <backupfilename> -d
copy <original_backup_path_and_filename> <network_drive_or_other_location_path_and_name>
Backup command tips
-dto the command to include the date in the file name.
- For <
backupfilename>, you can specify a path and filename if appropriate. If you specify only a filename, the backup file is saved in the current directory, that is, the Tableau Server bin directory.
- The backup file extension is
- Tableau recommends that you copy the backup file to another location, as in the example given, as part of the script.
thanks again for your quick reply. I understand that and I specified a file name, however the .tsbak file does not exist in the Tableau Server bin folder after I run the backup command.
Try searching for tsbak files in the drive where Tableau Server is installed. Any hits?
Show us the command you use to execute the backup.