I doubt watchlists, alarms and correlation rules are part of the config backup. That's because McAfee recommend to back those up before the upgrade to 10.x in their release note.
Data sources maybe, but I haven't checked. As a precaution, you should periodically export data source settings, in case ERC experiences hardware issue and require re-image or RMA.
A standard backup saves all configuration settings, including those for policy, as well as SSH, Network, and SNMP files where as full backup includes device settings (above specified) and the system data.
one thing you need keep in mind that once you initiate full backup SIEM will go offline and it's available only after the completion of the full backup
Kmc, Thanks for providing information, but my ask still not full fill that as there is two options for backup 1. Backup Now 2. Full backup now.
So i need to clear it out what thing are covered in 1.Backup Now option as i know that in full backup it will take a back of all.
Please help me to understand this.
Normal backup will Backup ESM settings(specified above) and events(if only selected), flows (if only selected), and logs (if only selected)
To be clear:Collects all users, reports, dashboards, Receiver data sources, templates, alarms, filters, watchlists, and user created content.
Where as Full Backup will backup: ESM settings, Events Data, flow Data, Event Log data and settings of the ESM, ERC, DEM, ADM, and ACE devices if configured.
Note: If you are doing full backup you should store it in remote.