Aqua CSPM

Boot Volume Restorable

Quick Info

Plugin TitleBoot Volume Restorable
CloudORACLE
CategoryCompute
DescriptionEnsures boot volumes can be restored to a recent point.
More InfoHaving an active backup ensures that the boot volumes can be restored in the event of a compromised system or hardware failure.
ORACLE Linkhttps://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/Block/Concepts/bootvolumes.htm
Recommended ActionEnsures boot volumes can be restored to a recent point.

Detailed Remediation Steps

  1. Log in to the Oracle Cloud Platform Console.
  2. Scroll down the left navigation panel and choose the “Instances” under the “Compute.”
  3. On the “Instances” page, scroll down and click on the “Boot Volumes” option at the left.
  4. On the “Boot Volumes” page, click on the “Name” as a link to access the configuration options.
  5. On the “Boot Volume Details” page, scroll down and click on the “Boot Volume Backups” under the “Resources” section. <img src=”/resources/oracle/compute/boot-volume-restorable/step5.png)
  6. On the “Boot Volume Backups”, check if there is any active “Boot Volume Backup” is available or not. <img src=”/resources/oracle/compute/boot-volume-restorable/step6.png)
  7. Repeat steps number 2 - 6 to check other volumes in the account.
  8. Navigate to “Instances” under the “Compute” and select the “Boot Volumes” option to determine that “Boot Volume” can be restored to a recent point.
  9. On the “Boot Volume Details” page, scroll down and click on the “Boot Volume Backups” under the “Resources” and click on the “Create Boot Volume Backup” button.
  10. On the “Create Boot Volume Backup” tab, enter the “Name” for the backup and click on the “Create Boot Volume Backup” button.
  11. Once the backup is ready then the boot volumes can be restored in the event of a compromised system or hardware failure.
  12. Repeat steps number 8 - 11 to determine if Boot Volumes can be restored to a recent point.