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NetVault Bare Metal Recovery 12.4 - User Guide for Plug-ins

Introducing NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Plug-ins Deploying NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Using the Plug-in Offline Client
Plug-in Server: an overview Installing and removing Plug-in Server Configuring Plug-in Server for use with Plug-in Offline Client Booting a NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Client with Plug-in Offline Client Backing up data with Plug-in Offline Client Restoring data with Plug-in Offline Client
Using NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Plug-in Live Client for Windows
Plug-in Live Client for Windows: an overview Configuring Plug-in Server for use with Plug-in Live Client for Windows Installing and removing Plug-in Live Client for Windows Backing up data with Plug-in Live Client for Windows Booting a NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Client with Plug-in Offline Client Restoring data with Plug-in Live Client for Windows
Using NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Plug-in Live Client for Linux
Plug-in Live Client for Linux: an overview Installing and removing Plug-in Live Client for Linux Generating a DR image for use with Plug-in Live Client for Linux Creating the required bootable CD for use with Plug-in Live Client for Linux Recovering a DR image for use with Plug-in Live Client for Linux
NetVault Bare Metal Recovery physical-to-virtual (P2V) recovery Troubleshooting

Creating the VM for a restore as a VMDK Image with Plug-in Live Client for Windows

After the restore job has completed, you can create a VM from the restored VMDK file by using the VMware Server console.

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When the Configuration dialog box is displayed, select Custom, and click Next.
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In the Name field on the Name and Location dialog box, enter a descriptive name for your VM, and click Next.
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When the Datastore dialog box is displayed, select a datastore in which to store the VM, and click Next.
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When the Virtual Machine Version dialog box is displayed, select the version, and click Next.
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When the Guest Operating System dialog box is displayed, select the guest OS, and click Next.
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When the CPUs dialog box is displayed, select the number of virtual processors on the VM, and click Next.
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When the Memory dialog box is displayed, configure the VM’s memory size, and click Next.
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When the Network dialog box is displayed, configure the VM’s network connections, and click Next.
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When the SCSI Controller dialog box is displayed, select the SCSI Controller type, and click Next.
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When the Select a Disk dialog box is displayed, select Use an existing virtual disk, and click Next.
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When the Browse Datastores dialog box is displayed, navigate to the datastore to locate the VMDK file, select it, and click OK.
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When the Ready to Complete dialog box is displayed, review the summary of the VM you created, and then click Finish.
The “@” character cannot be used in the datastore path.

Using NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Plug-in Live Client for Linux

Plug-in Live Client for Linux: an overview

Plug-in Live Client for Linux: an overview

This topic describes how to install, configure, and use Plug-in Live Client for Linux for backing up and restoring data.

The Plug-in Live Client for Linux supports DR operations for Linux x86 and x86-64-based systems. This plug-in can back up and recover an entire disk including the OS, applications, system settings, partition information, and data. The plug-in enables online backup a full Linux system, thus allowing system administrators to conduct DR backups while eliminating system downtime for users.

After the plug-in is correctly installed and configured, a DR image of a live system can be taken and saved for future recovery if a system failure occurs. During creation of this image, the Plug-in Live Client for Linux can automatically include all information pertaining to the networking hardware in use by the target Linux NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Client machine, that is, driver information files. These files are then compiled into a separate CD creation file, “.iso” file format, that can be saved along with the DR image. At the time of recovery, this file is recovered and used to create a bootable CD, complete with the necessary driver files that were taken from the Linux NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Client. Using this CD, the Linux NetVault Bare Metal Recovery Client can be successfully booted to a state that allows for the recovery of the DR image.

The Plug-in Live Client for Linux does not support the following:

For large sparse files, the BB Agent Timeout must be configured to a large value. For details on the BB Agent Timeout option, see Storix installation for Plug-in Live Client for Linux.

Installing and removing Plug-in Live Client for Linux

This topic covers the installation procedures required to install Plug-in Live Client for Linux for use with NetVault Backup.

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