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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Reklov » Jan 05, 2016 10:41 am

GREAT !

This was what I'm was looking for !
Vitaliy S. wrote:Yes, I guess there could an option to select whether you want to mount all databases or pick only a couple of them. Thanks!
Yep !, this will be very nice :)

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by SvenP » Mar 31, 2016 1:04 pm

Same problem here: waiting for more than 90 minutes now and there is still 45% left.

Yes, I could restore the database via FLR (or just use the mounted file inside C:\VeeamFLR\) and mount only that one. Granted. But that also means that the person who restores knows in which database the mailbox is stored. Certainly not in a huge enterprise...

So please, develop a search and mount only that database feature.

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Daveyd » Jul 19, 2017 5:13 pm

Any update on this by chance?

We keep 90 days of Exchange backups on disk and I was asked to restore a mailbox from some point 3 months ago. We have 4 Exchange DBs and mounting through Exhange Explorer take at least an hour, which is quite painful. Even more painful, if I have to restore from a date prior. I have to close Exchange Explorer and mount the previous days backup, which is another hour. Unless I am doing something wrong.

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by foggy » Jul 21, 2017 3:09 pm

Have you tried to open the database from FLR mount, like it is described above?

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Daveyd » Jul 21, 2017 3:50 pm

I did not since I have no clue which of the multiple Exchange Databases the user was on since this user was disabled and the original mailbox was purged some time ago.

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by foggy » Jul 21, 2017 3:59 pm

In this case I'm not sure how the option to mount just the required database requested here would help, since you wouldn't know which database to select. ;) Or am I missing your scenario?

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Daveyd » Jul 21, 2017 5:07 pm

I guess I was just curious as to why it takes 90 minutes to mount the Exchange Databases to restore a mailbox and if there was a more efficient method in doing so. I do realize I am going back 90 days (which is all kept on Exagrid) but 90 minutes seems log to me.

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Gostev » Jul 21, 2017 6:55 pm

This comes down solely to the backup storage performance.

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by Daveyd » Jul 21, 2017 7:02 pm

Gostev, Are you referring to disk I/O performance on the backup storage or bandwidth from backup storage to Veeam serverr? I am using Exagrid dedupe appliances, would it be advisable to contact Exagrid to see if there is anything that I can do better on my part?

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Re: Restore Exchange Item Mounts ALL DB's

Post by foggy » Jul 21, 2017 9:28 pm

If everything is in a single site, then appliance random read performance is the culprit.

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