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how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 04, 2019 5:29 am

Hi

i want get backup from my linux pc and select volume level backup these are my volumes on linux

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[root@stdrac1 ~]# lsblk
NAME            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
sr0              11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
nvme0n1         259:2    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme1n1         259:1    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme2n1         259:0    0  1.5T  0 disk

now i want get backup from all volume except /u01.

now want to know how do i had to define all of these paths except /u01 in volume level backup wizard ?

BR
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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by HannesK » Jul 04, 2019 6:25 am

Hello,
asking the other way round: did you have any issues doing it as described in the user guide?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 04, 2019 7:33 am

i am using veeam B&R such as follow pic

https://pasteboard.co/ImnV0Q0.jpg

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by HannesK » Jul 04, 2019 7:56 am

ah okay, I did not realize that from your initial post.

then this one
LVM volumes. You can include in the backup scope entire LVM volume groups or individual LVM logical volumes of a protected computer. Type the path to a mount point or a block device that represents the volume group or logical volume that you want to back up. For example: /dev/vg or /dev/vg/lv1.
does that help?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 04, 2019 8:25 am

these are my disks in OS

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[root@rac1 veeam]# lsblk
NAME            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
sdb               8:16   0  500G  0 disk
sdc               8:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdd               8:48   0  500G  0 disk
sde               8:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdf               8:80   0  500G  0 disk
sdg               8:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdh               8:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdi               8:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdj               8:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdk               8:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdl               8:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdm               8:192  0  500G  0 disk
sdn               8:208  0  500G  0 disk
sdo               8:224  0  500G  0 disk
sdp               8:240  0  500G  0 disk
sdq              65:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdr              65:16   0  500G  0 disk
sds              65:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdt              65:48   0  500G  0 disk
sdu              65:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdv              65:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdw              65:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdx              65:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdy              65:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdz              65:144  0  970G  0 disk
sr0              11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
sdaa             65:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdab             65:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdac             65:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdad             65:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdae             65:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdaf             65:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdag             66:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdah             66:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdai             66:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdaj             66:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdak             66:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdal             66:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdba             67:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdam             66:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdbb             67:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdan             66:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdbc             67:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdao             66:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdbd             67:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdbe             67:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdap             66:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdbf             67:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdaq             66:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdbg             67:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdar             66:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdbh             67:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdas             66:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdbi             67:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdat             66:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdbj             67:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdau             66:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdbk             67:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdav             66:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdbl             67:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdca             68:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdaw             67:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdbm             68:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdcb             68:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdax             67:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdbn             68:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdcc             69:0    0  970G  0 disk
sday             67:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdbo             68:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdcd             69:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdaz             67:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdce             69:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdbp             68:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdcf             69:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdbq             68:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdcg             69:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdbr             68:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdch             69:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdbs             68:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdci             69:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdbt             68:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdcj             69:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdbu             68:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdck             69:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdbv             68:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdcl             69:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdda             70:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdbw             68:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdcm             69:160  0  970G  0 disk
sddb             70:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdbx             68:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdcn             69:176  0  970G  0 disk
sddc             70:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdby             68:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdco             69:192  0  970G  0 disk
sddd             70:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdbz             68:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdde             70:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdcp             69:208  0  970G  0 disk
sddf             70:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdcq             69:224  0  970G  0 disk
sddg             70:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdcr             69:240  0  970G  0 disk
sddh             70:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdcs             70:0    0  970G  0 disk
sddi             71:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdct             70:16   0  970G  0 disk
sddj             71:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdcu             70:32   0  970G  0 disk
sddk             71:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdcv             70:48   0  970G  0 disk
sddl             71:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdea            128:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdcw             70:64   0  970G  0 disk
sddm             71:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdeb            128:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdcx             70:80   0  970G  0 disk
sddn             71:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdec            128:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdcy             70:96   0  970G  0 disk
sddo             71:96   0  970G  0 disk
sded            128:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdcz             70:112  0  970G  0 disk
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sddp             71:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdef            128:112  0  970G  0 disk
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sdeg            128:128  0  970G  0 disk
sddr             71:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdeh            128:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdds             71:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdei            128:160  0  970G  0 disk
sddt             71:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdej            128:176  0  970G  0 disk
sddu             71:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdek            128:192  0  970G  0 disk
sddv             71:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdel            128:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdfa            129:192  0  970G  0 disk
sddw             71:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdem            128:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdfb            129:208  0  970G  0 disk
sddx             71:240  0  970G  0 disk
sden            128:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdfc            129:224  0  970G  0 disk
sddy            128:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdeo            129:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdfd            129:240  0  970G  0 disk
sddz            128:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdfe            130:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdep            129:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdff            130:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdeq            129:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdfg            130:32   0  970G  0 disk
sder            129:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdfh            130:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdes            129:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdfi            130:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdet            129:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdfj            130:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdeu            129:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdfk            130:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdev            129:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdfl            130:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdga            131:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdew            129:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdfm            130:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdgb            131:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdex            129:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdfn            130:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdgc            131:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdey            129:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdfo            130:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdgd            131:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdez            129:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdge            131:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdfp            130:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdgf            131:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdfq            130:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdgg            131:192  0  500G  0 disk
sdfr            130:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdgh            131:208  0  500G  0 disk
sdfs            130:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdgi            131:224  0  500G  0 disk
sdft            130:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdgj            131:240  0  500G  0 disk
sdfu            131:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdgk            132:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdfv            131:16   0  500G  0 disk
sdgl            132:16   0  500G  0 disk
sdha            133:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdfw            131:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdgm            132:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdhb            133:16   0  500G  0 disk
sdfx            131:48   0  500G  0 disk
sdgn            132:48   0  500G  0 disk
sdhc            133:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdfy            131:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdgo            132:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdhd            133:48   0  500G  0 disk
sdfz            131:80   0  500G  0 disk
sdhe            133:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdgp            132:80   0  500G  0 disk
sdhf            133:80   0  500G  0 disk
sdgq            132:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdhg            133:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdgr            132:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdhh            133:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdgs            132:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdhi            133:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdgt            132:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdhj            133:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdgu            132:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdhk            133:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdgv            132:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdhl            133:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdgw            132:192  0  500G  0 disk
sdhm            133:192  0  500G  0 disk
sdgx            132:208  0  500G  0 disk
sdhn            133:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdgy            132:224  0  500G  0 disk
sdho            133:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdgz            132:240  0  500G  0 disk
sdhp            133:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdhq            134:0    0  970G  0 disk
emcpowera       120:0    0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerb       120:16   0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerc       120:32   0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerd       120:48   0  500G  0 disk
emcpowere       120:64   0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerf       120:80   0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerg       120:96   0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerh       120:112  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweri       120:128  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerj       120:144  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerk       120:160  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerl       120:176  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerm       120:192  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowern       120:208  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowero       120:224  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerp       120:240  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerq       120:256  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerr       120:272  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowers       120:288  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowert       120:304  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweru       120:320  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerv       120:336  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerw       120:352  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerx       120:368  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowery       120:384  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerz       120:400  0  970G  0 disk
nvme0n1         259:2    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme1n1         259:1    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme2n1         259:0    0  1.5T  0 disk
emcpoweraa      120:416  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerab      120:432  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerac      120:448  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerad      120:464  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerae      120:480  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraf      120:496  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerag      120:512  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerah      120:528  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerai      120:544  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraj      120:560  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerak      120:576  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweral      120:592  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerba      120:832  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweram      120:608  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbb      120:848  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweran      120:624  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbc      120:864  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerao      120:640  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbd      120:880  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerap      120:656  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraq      120:672  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerar      120:688  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweras      120:704  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerat      120:720  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerau      120:736  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerav      120:752  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweraw      120:768  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerax      120:784  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweray      120:800  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweraz      120:816  0  500G  0 disk



but i just want get backup from following :

Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/vg00-root 10G 171M 9.9G 2% /
devtmpfs 126G 0 126G 0% /dev
tmpfs 126G 0 126G 0% /dev/shm
tmpfs 126G 22M 126G 1% /run
tmpfs 126G 0 126G 0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/mapper/vg00-usr 10G 5.9G 4.2G 59% /usr
/dev/sda1 1016M 180M 836M 18% /boot
/dev/mapper/vg00-tmp 5.0G 33M 5.0G 1% /tmp
/dev/mapper/vg00-u01 100G 33M 100G 1% /u01
/dev/mapper/vg00-backup 100G 33M 100G 1% /backup
/dev/mapper/vg00-var 5.0G 288M 4.8G 6% /var
tmpfs 26G 0 26G 0% /run/user/0


actually that document could not help me

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 04, 2019 11:35 am

Hi,

Just add all volumes that you want to back up as follows: /dev/vg00/root, /dev/vg-00/swap, /dev/vg00/usr, and so on.

Alternatively, you can specify their corresponding mountpoints: /, /usr, /var, ...

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 04, 2019 12:29 pm

thanks
but here i have lvm and sda for /boot what do i had to add in veeam wizard ?
device , mount point or lvm ?

As i said in previous post in want just get backup from follow paths
would you please say me for each of them which one do i had to select and what path ?

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Filesystem               Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/mapper/vg00-root     10G  171M  9.9G   2% /
devtmpfs                 126G     0  126G   0% /dev
tmpfs                    126G     0  126G   0% /dev/shm
tmpfs                    126G   22M  126G   1% /run
tmpfs                    126G     0  126G   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
/dev/mapper/vg00-usr      10G  5.9G  4.2G  59% /usr
/dev/sda1               1016M  180M  836M  18% /boot
/dev/mapper/vg00-tmp     5.0G   33M  5.0G   1% /tmp
/dev/mapper/vg00-var     5.0G  278M  4.8G   6% /var
/dev/mapper/vg00-u01     100G   33M  100G   1% /u01
/dev/mapper/vg00-backup  100G   33M  100G   1% /backup
tmpfs                     26G     0   26G   0% /run/user/0


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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 05, 2019 2:53 am

can you help me about that ?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by HannesK » Jul 05, 2019 6:50 am

/dev/sda contains everything as you already stated. but you don't want to backup everything. That means /dev/sda is not relevant

/boot is on /dev/sda1 so you can just add /dev/sda1 as disk as stated in the user guide link I posted earlier

for all the other paths, just follow Pavels advice to add as LVM or mountpoint as also stated in the user user guide. the end looks like something like this

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root@Linux-VAL-01:~# lsblk
NAME                            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda                               8:0    0   16G  0 disk
├─sda1                            8:1    0  243M  0 part /boot
├─sda2                            8:2    0    1K  0 part
└─sda5                            8:5    0 15.8G  0 part
  ├─debian--template--vg-root   254:0    0 13.8G  0 lvm  /
  └─debian--template--vg-swap_1 254:1    0    2G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
sr0                              11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
root@Linux-VAL-01:~#


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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 05, 2019 7:22 am

thanks
but i just want get backup from follow

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[root@rac1 veeam]# lsblk
NAME            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
according to that i create follow for get backup
is that correct ?

https://pasteboard.co/ImxgWJh.jpg

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 06, 2019 7:07 pm

You need to remove /dev/sda2 from the list (Veeam won't back up LVM physical volumes) and /dev/vg00/u1 (since you've mentioned that you don't want to back up that volume). Also I guess you don't really need swap.

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 07, 2019 5:04 am

so thanks
but i realy so confused now imagine i want get backup from from follows

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[root@stdrac1 ~]# lsblk
NAME            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var

now is my config correct according to follow pic ? if it's not correct would you please correct that ?

https://pasteboard.co/ImPe89g.jpg

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 07, 2019 5:06 pm

It is correct. It will back up /dev/sda1, vg00-backup, vg00-root, vg00-swap, vg00-tmp, vg00-u01, vg00-usr, and vg00-var.

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 08, 2019 10:11 am

it doesn't work for me.
I did follow steps :

1 - all of my disks on os are as follow

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[root@rac1 veeam]# lsblk
NAME            MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
sdb               8:16   0  500G  0 disk
sdc               8:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdd               8:48   0  500G  0 disk
sde               8:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdf               8:80   0  500G  0 disk
sdg               8:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdh               8:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdi               8:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdj               8:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdk               8:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdl               8:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdm               8:192  0  500G  0 disk
sdn               8:208  0  500G  0 disk
sdo               8:224  0  500G  0 disk
sdp               8:240  0  500G  0 disk
sdq              65:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdr              65:16   0  500G  0 disk
sds              65:32   0  500G  0 disk
sdt              65:48   0  500G  0 disk
sdu              65:64   0  500G  0 disk
sdv              65:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdw              65:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdx              65:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdy              65:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdz              65:144  0  970G  0 disk
sr0              11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
sdaa             65:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdab             65:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdac             65:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdad             65:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdae             65:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdaf             65:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdag             66:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdah             66:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdai             66:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdaj             66:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdak             66:64   0  970G  0 disk
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sdbb             67:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdan             66:112  0  970G  0 disk
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sdao             66:128  0  970G  0 disk
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sdap             66:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdbf             67:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdaq             66:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdbg             67:160  0  970G  0 disk
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sdbi             67:192  0  970G  0 disk
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sdbj             67:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdau             66:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdbk             67:224  0  970G  0 disk
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sdaw             67:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdbm             68:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdcb             68:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdax             67:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdbn             68:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdcc             69:0    0  970G  0 disk
sday             67:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdbo             68:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdcd             69:16   0  970G  0 disk
sdaz             67:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdce             69:32   0  970G  0 disk
sdbp             68:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdcf             69:48   0  970G  0 disk
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sdcg             69:64   0  970G  0 disk
sdbr             68:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdch             69:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdbs             68:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdci             69:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdbt             68:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdcj             69:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdbu             68:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdck             69:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdbv             68:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdcl             69:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdda             70:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdbw             68:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdcm             69:160  0  970G  0 disk
sddb             70:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdbx             68:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdcn             69:176  0  970G  0 disk
sddc             70:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdby             68:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdco             69:192  0  970G  0 disk
sddd             70:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdbz             68:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdde             70:192  0  970G  0 disk
sdcp             69:208  0  970G  0 disk
sddf             70:208  0  970G  0 disk
sdcq             69:224  0  970G  0 disk
sddg             70:224  0  970G  0 disk
sdcr             69:240  0  970G  0 disk
sddh             70:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdcs             70:0    0  970G  0 disk
sddi             71:0    0  970G  0 disk
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sdcu             70:32   0  970G  0 disk
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sdcv             70:48   0  970G  0 disk
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sden            128:240  0  970G  0 disk
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sdfd            129:240  0  970G  0 disk
sddz            128:16   0  970G  0 disk
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sder            129:48   0  970G  0 disk
sdfh            130:48   0  970G  0 disk
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sdet            129:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdfj            130:80   0  970G  0 disk
sdeu            129:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdfk            130:96   0  970G  0 disk
sdev            129:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdfl            130:112  0  970G  0 disk
sdga            131:96   0  500G  0 disk
sdew            129:128  0  970G  0 disk
sdfm            130:128  0  970G  0 disk
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sdex            129:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdfn            130:144  0  970G  0 disk
sdgc            131:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdey            129:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdfo            130:160  0  970G  0 disk
sdgd            131:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdez            129:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdge            131:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdfp            130:176  0  970G  0 disk
sdgf            131:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdfq            130:192  0  970G  0 disk
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sdfr            130:208  0  970G  0 disk
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sdft            130:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdgj            131:240  0  500G  0 disk
sdfu            131:0    0  970G  0 disk
sdgk            132:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdfv            131:16   0  500G  0 disk
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sdha            133:0    0  500G  0 disk
sdfw            131:32   0  500G  0 disk
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sdhb            133:16   0  500G  0 disk
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sdhe            133:64   0  500G  0 disk
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sdgr            132:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdhh            133:112  0  500G  0 disk
sdgs            132:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdhi            133:128  0  500G  0 disk
sdgt            132:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdhj            133:144  0  500G  0 disk
sdgu            132:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdhk            133:160  0  500G  0 disk
sdgv            132:176  0  500G  0 disk
sdhl            133:176  0  500G  0 disk
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sdgx            132:208  0  500G  0 disk
sdhn            133:208  0  970G  0 disk
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sdho            133:224  0  970G  0 disk
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sdhp            133:240  0  970G  0 disk
sdhq            134:0    0  970G  0 disk
emcpowera       120:0    0  500G  0 disk
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emcpowerd       120:48   0  500G  0 disk
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emcpowerf       120:80   0  970G  0 disk
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emcpowerh       120:112  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweri       120:128  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerj       120:144  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerk       120:160  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerl       120:176  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerm       120:192  0  970G  0 disk
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emcpowero       120:224  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerp       120:240  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerq       120:256  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerr       120:272  0  970G  0 disk
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emcpoweru       120:320  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerv       120:336  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerw       120:352  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerx       120:368  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowery       120:384  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerz       120:400  0  970G  0 disk
nvme0n1         259:2    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme1n1         259:1    0  1.5T  0 disk
nvme2n1         259:0    0  1.5T  0 disk
emcpoweraa      120:416  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerab      120:432  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerac      120:448  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerad      120:464  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerae      120:480  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraf      120:496  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerag      120:512  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerah      120:528  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerai      120:544  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraj      120:560  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerak      120:576  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweral      120:592  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerba      120:832  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweram      120:608  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbb      120:848  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweran      120:624  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbc      120:864  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerao      120:640  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerbd      120:880  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerap      120:656  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweraq      120:672  0  970G  0 disk
emcpowerar      120:688  0  970G  0 disk
emcpoweras      120:704  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerat      120:720  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerau      120:736  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerav      120:752  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweraw      120:768  0  500G  0 disk
emcpowerax      120:784  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweray      120:800  0  500G  0 disk
emcpoweraz      120:816  0  500G  0 disk

2-and i just want get backup from follows:

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sda               8:0    0  1.1T  0 disk
├─sda1            8:1    0    1G  0 part /boot
└─sda2            8:2    0  1.1T  0 part
  ├─vg00-root   253:0    0   10G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-swap   253:1    0   16G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-usr    253:2    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-u01    253:3    0  100G  0 lvm  /u01
  ├─vg00-backup 253:4    0  100G  0 lvm  /backup
  ├─vg00-tmp    253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  └─vg00-var    253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
and want after restore system automatically boot without problem .

3- i have selected volume level backup and add follow paths

https://pasteboard.co/ImPe89g.jpg

4- boot system veeam linux recovery media
and after configure ip
5- select restore volume
6- select add VBR server
7- insert veeam authentication
8- select backup and insert that
9- select and restore file according follow

https://pasteboard.co/In0nCuL.jpg

and restore with succeed.

https://pasteboard.co/In0CnAs.jpg

while i got backup also select /swap but during restore could not restore that

after restore my os could not boot correctly according to follow pic

https://pasteboard.co/In0Fm6y.jpg

what is the problem ?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 09, 2019 1:07 am

Can anyone help me ?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by nielsengelen » Jul 09, 2019 9:10 am

I would suggest contacting support for more help so they can see underneath.
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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 09, 2019 9:24 am

the problems solved, its just for case sensitive in file system name because i type /SWAP whereas had to type swap
and solved

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 09, 2019 5:08 pm

Thank you for getting back to us with that info!

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 17, 2019 9:06 am

now i have appeared new problem

i have added volumes according follow pic

https://pasteboard.co/Ion6eTB.jpg

but just one problem on my file system according follow i have 2 swap file system but can not add two file system with swap name (lvol4,lvol5)
what do i had to do ?

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NAME                  MAJ:MIN RM  SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT
sr0                    11:0    1 1024M  0 rom
sda                     8:0    0   40G  0 disk
├─sda1                  8:1    0  100M  0 part /boot
└─sda2                  8:2    0 39.9G  0 part
  ├─vg00-lvol4 (dm-0) 253:0    0    4G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-lvol5 (dm-1) 253:1    0    4G  0 lvm  [SWAP]
  ├─vg00-lvol0 (dm-2) 253:2    0    5G  0 lvm  /
  ├─vg00-lvol1 (dm-3) 253:3    0   10G  0 lvm  /usr
  ├─vg00-lvol2 (dm-4) 253:4    0    5G  0 lvm  /tmp
  ├─vg00-lvol3 (dm-5) 253:5    0    5G  0 lvm  /var
  └─vg00-lvol8 (dm-6) 253:6    0    5G  0 lvm  /backup

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 17, 2019 6:46 pm

Hi,

Just add it as:

/dev/vg00/lvol4
/dev/vg00/lvol5

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 17, 2019 8:33 pm

thanks
but is that your means we can define volume in two type as follow :

1- such as this pic
https://pasteboard.co/Ion6eTB.jpg

/dev/vg00/swap

2 - such as below :
/dev/vg00/lvol4


both of them are correct ?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 17, 2019 9:40 pm

You can define it as a logical volume: /dev/vg00/swap. This will only work if that volume exists, if it is literally named 'swap'. On your second machine there is no logical volume named 'swap', there are only /dev/vg00/lvol4, /dev/vg00/lvol5. If you want to include swap, you should specify the path.

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 18, 2019 3:55 am

thanks

Do i had to define both of them as LVM due to select volumes ?

/dev/vg00/swap and dev/vg00/lvol4

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 18, 2019 3:05 pm

Right. However, I just checked it in lab, and if you define swap it will be skipped during the backup.

May I ask you why do you need to backup swap?

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by danswartz » Jul 18, 2019 5:47 pm

All of this is yet another reason I never use LVM in virtual machines...

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by P.Tide » Jul 18, 2019 6:13 pm

Not sure what (reason) exactly you're referring to, given the context of this thread. Would you elaborate, please? : )

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Re: how can define device or lvm for get volume level backup

Post by baber » Jul 19, 2019 8:31 am

P.Tide wrote:
Jul 18, 2019 3:05 pm
Right. However, I just checked it in lab, and if you define swap it will be skipped during the backup.

May I ask you why do you need to backup swap?

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Dear friend while i exclude swap due selected volume for backup my os after restore cannot boot

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