Using the command line interface (CLI) : execute : execute backup-remove fd-report
 
execute backup-remove fd-report
This FortiDB CLI allows you to backup and then remove reports to a FTP server.
 
Please press <enter> to get back to the original prompt after the backup has completed with the message saying “Transfer Finished”.
Syntax
execute backup-remove fd-report <before-date> <ftp server> <username> <password> [directory][filename]
where:
Keywords and variables
Description
<before-date>
Date of the last archive you want included in your backup. For example, if you specify 2008-12-31, the backup will include reports for up to this date. The format is YYYY-MM-DD (MM(1-12), DD(1-31)). YYYY is a 4-digit number representing the year. MM is a 2-digit number from 1 to 12 representing the month. DD is a 2-digit number from 1 to 31 representing the day of the month.
<ftp server>
IP address or hostname of FTP server.
<username>
User name of account that logs on to the FTP server.
<password>
Password of account that logs on to the FTP server.
[directory]
Location on FTP server where you want the tar file to be placed.
[filename]
Name for the tar file on the FTP server where you want the reports to be placed. The default file name is FD-REPORT-<before-date>.tar.
Example
execute backup-remove fd-report 2008-07-30 <your_ftp_server> <your_ftp_username> <your_ftp_password> . myReports.tar
See also
Reports