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Linux file level restore on v5 cannot mount LVM+Ext4

Post by Martijn » Oct 26, 2010 1:28 pm

Hi,

I'm trialling Veeam B&R v5 and am running into trouble with my Linux VM's. It appears Linux file level restore cannot mount the Ext4 filesystem on LVM.

The lvm_error.log on the FLR VM contains:

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dm-1\tnoerror
dm-2\text4fs, cannot mount
dm-3\text4fs, cannot mount
dm-4\text4fs, cannot mount
I tested Veeam v4 last month, which actually did mount the same backup files just fine, via VMware Player. While the v5 process is far nicer, we'll need Ext4 support, since Ubuntu 10.10 LTS defaults to Ext4.

Alexey D.

Re: Linux file level restore on v5 cannot mount LVM+Ext4

Post by Alexey D. » Oct 26, 2010 2:09 pm

Hello, for any technical issues please open support case directly with our support and provide full logs, as explained when you click New Topic. Thank you.

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Re: Linux file level restore on v5 cannot mount LVM+Ext4

Post by Vitaliy S. » Oct 26, 2010 2:11 pm

By the way Ext4 file system is fully supported with a Multi-OS file level restore wizard, do you have any other backups of Ubuntu server to try with FLR?

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Re: Linux file level restore on v5 cannot mount LVM+Ext4

Post by Vitaliy S. » Oct 26, 2010 2:47 pm

Martijn, in addition to Alexey's request please send us log files from Logs node in the File Level Restore Browser. Thanks!

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Re: Linux file level restore on v5 cannot mount LVM+Ext4

Post by Martijn » Oct 26, 2010 4:02 pm

Thanks, and sorry for not reading the topic-starter. I'll file a ticket instead.

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