During a volume restore using SPX V6.5.2 there is virtually no feed back except for percentage complete. I would VERY much like to see restore speed (in MB/second) so that I can get a feel for how well the server and network are functioning during the restoration. This was shown in SP V5.2.x and was helpful in diagnosing machine/raid controller/network interface issues when installing replacement servers and doing volume restores.
What's the purpose of not letting us use path separator characters on a network drive location, but letting us use them for a local drive location?
I am currently getting an error with ShadowProtect, running restore from CD with the backup files located on smb:, need assistance.
The Error is:
505 smb://\\?\H:\client_backup\C_VOL-b001-i6420-cd-cm.spi: Decompress Failed.
500 Unexpected end of the image file.
504 Final error (-13 The data is invalid.)
516 sbrun.exe started successfully but failed to complete the task.
We copied the files to an external, but did not work as well.
When finalising an HSR job, currently it will not write the last X hours (Whatever your lag time is set to).
If you are trying to do a live migration from one server to another using HSR on a critical system such as SQL or Exchange, you lose the last 1 hour (minimum) of data! That makes HSR an unviable option for migrating servers.
We are currently testing ShadowProtect SPX for our hosting environment. I have installed SPX on a CentOS 6.6 64 bit server and been able to back up. All good so far.
Now for restoring.
It would be great if we could have a recovery section within ShnadowControl to
- Restore files and folders
- Restore VM's using HSR
- Granular Recovery for Exchange
HSR to VMware there is a 2tb volume limit, can we please get this resolved.
HSR is undoubetibly the easiest way to restore a VM, using Hyper-V for VHDX support isnt an acceptable option in an all VMware enviorment.
I have backups of (1) system reserved & (2) data of the boot disk.
I used "restore disk layout from image" and selected the system reserved image. It found the disk layout and presented it correctly (888 MB for sys reserved, 240 GB for remainder".
I ran the command and it showed it completed correctly (with green ticks etc).
BUT: it did absolutely nothing to the disk. Disk Map shows no change, and a reboot didn't show a change.
I restored my internal drive to factory settings. I then set out to restore my backup image from the external drive. The image shows as 369gb. The NTFS partition on the internal drive is 624gb, same as before the procedure. SP is telling me that 624 is not enough space to fit the 624 image. Why is it counting free space? What are my options? Can I mount the image and delete a few files or will that even help?
With the move to Virtual Machines there needs to be support for Windows 2012 R2 Generation 2 VM Recovery! At this point if we have to restore a Gen 2 VM using ShadowProtect, we have to Restore it to a Generation 1 VM! This is not acceptable. We immediately lose the ability to have a Secure Boot along with any other Generation 2 benefits. The real issue is the non-support for UEFI boot of the Recovery environment. I have been told to "enable legacy boot in the UEFI". There is no such option on a Hyper-V server.
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