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NetVault Plug-in for Nutanix AHV 13.0 - User Guide

Configuring the plug-in

In the Navigation Pane, click Create Backup Job, and click next to the Selections list.
Click Nutanix Plugin, and select Configure from the context menu.
Cluster IP/FQDN: Enter the IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the cluster.
Port No: Enter the port number used by the cluster.
Username: Enter the account name that has the permission and privileges required for administering the cluster and Nutanix; that is, a domain-administrator account.
Password: Enter the password associated with the user specified in the preceding field.

Backing up data

Backing up data: an overview

Plug‑in for Nutanix AHV supports image-level backups and restores. An image-level backup includes all disk and configuration information of a given VM, enabling restoration of the entire VM. You can use this type of backup if hardware fails or VM disks are deleted.

Adding patterns to use for inclusion and exclusion of VMs

In addition to selecting VMs from the backup selection tree, you can create and store patterns of VM names for inclusion and exclusion from backup jobs. When you specify VM name patterns to include or exclude, or both, the plug-in stores them with a Backup Selection Set. When you submit a backup job, you can select the set with the stored patterns. The plug-in then populates the backup list with VMs whose names match the specified pattern or patterns.

Next to the Selections list, click .
In the list of plug-ins on the NetVault Selections page, open Nutanix Plugin and select the <clusterIP> or <clusterFQDN> nodes that you want to back up.
Below the <clusterIP> or <clusterFQDN> node, the plug-in displays two additional items, Specify Inclusions and Specify Exclusions. Clicking Specify Inclusions displays additional options, such as Show include patterns and Add include pattern. After you have selected Show include patterns, the option changes to Hide include pattern. Clicking Specify Exclusion displays additional options, such as Show exclude patterns and Add exclude pattern. After you have selected Show exclude patterns, the option changes to Hide exclude pattern. As you add patterns, the plug-in displays an informational node for each saved pattern.
In the Enter include pattern dialog box, type the pattern that you want the plug-in to search for.
Repeat Step 4 through Step 6 for each pattern that you want to add for inclusion.
In the Enter exclude pattern dialog box, type the pattern that you want the plug-in to search for using the same guidelines described previously for include patterns, and then click OK.
Continuing with the previous example, if you want the plug-in to locate all VMs that start with SQL but exclude specific versions of the SQL Server VMs, type the complete name of the VM that you want to exclude, such as SQLQATest1.
Repeat Step 8 and Step 9 for each pattern that you want to add for exclusion.
When you are finished, select all required VMs under the <clusterIP> or <clusterFQDN> node, and select the applicable inclusion and exclusion patterns.
Click Save, enter a name in the Create New Set dialog box, and click Save.
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