It won't allow you to do that.And, of course I don't know if Veeam Agent would allow me to import a Veeam B&R Backup anyway
FLR from VBR needs the FLR VM booted and configured, I need to allocate an IP, add firewall rules for it to work and sometimes there are problems like not being able to mount the filesystem for some reason (I suspect missing support for that one Filesystem used...)
PTide wrote:and opened the same FLR wizard
It would provide the same interface to browse files in the backup. The only difference would be that, in contrast to the current approach, the backup would be mounted directly to the target VM instead of proxy appliance.What would that FLR wizard do?
Apart from that, there also other things that should be considered. For example, there might be issues with security software (either built-in or third party) that can interrupt the mounting process with unpredictable consequences for the original system. Anyway I got your idea, noted as a feature request.That might perhaps be difficult to integrate into a wizard, because you don't know how the admin has configured the VM you're working on - how will the added device be called? Is there LVM, encryption, Soft-RAID, something else?
Why would I need to specify a VMWare ESX(i) host when restoring to a physical server backed up with the Linux Agent?
The ESX(i) host to specify, is that the vCenter server, or is it one of the VMWare machines hosting VMs?
And how does this make sense with a physical server?
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