Stabz06 wrote:I have to restore the globality of the tape for restoring only one Vm.
I would to know if this process is normal or not?
Stabz06 wrote:And after this I obtain only one restore point for each vm's.
I thought like I backup my Job1, I ll have all restore point, 7 in this case.
Yes, in order to restore a singe VM or file from backup you need to restore the entire backup file from tape to disk and then use regular Veeam B&R file level restore.
Please note that with reversed incremental mode only full backup files are copied to tape during backup-to-tape job runs. Reversed increments (.vrb files) are skipped form processing. If you’re willing to copy .vrb files to tape, then you can use file to tape job.
In my Backup to tape job I ticked the option "Process incremental backup files" but i did'nt see really a difference. If you could clarify to me this option.
Stabz06 wrote:Hum ok, good to know ! It's pity that we can't just restore a selection from a tape. This implies that we must have enough free space for this task.
You're talking here about backup to tape job, right? If so, this option is related solely to forward incremental job, not reversed incremental one. With this option, the backup to tape job will process both .vbk (full restore points) and .vib (incremental) files.
Correct. Though there is a probability that we'll add an ability to restore directly from tape in future versions.
Stabz06 wrote:So, to be sure, like I m using reversed incremental backup this option its useless? But if i configure a backup job with incremental mode, it should be appropriate to selection this option, to have the full backup and all increments right?
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