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- Full Name: Martijn Moret
I would like to know why recovery of a VM (in more detail VMDK files) is not possible through the direct san option.
Other backup & recovery vendors do support this option and this really makes sense in a FC or iSCSI environment.
From the Veeam VMware manual (page :
For writing data to the target destination, Veeam Backup & Replication normally uses the Network
mode. In some cases, such as VM replication or full VM recovery, Veeam Backup & Replication also
supports the Virtual Appliance mode. You cannot select the transport mode for writing data —
Veeam Backup & Replication selects it automatically, based on the backup proxy configuration.
Whenever possible, the Virtual Appliance mode is used.
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- Full Name: Nikita Shestakov
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The feature of Direct SAN Restore is handy for thick disks and should be included in our next releases. There is a comprehensive discussion about the topic. In order to speed up the recovery process it's recommended to have a virtual proxy specified in Hot Add mode.
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