Hello , How can i 'rollback' my Win/Linux machine to a previous version of backup?
I use policy to backup machine everyday. For example client wants to restore his machine to X backup , how can I do this using commands?
I list backups using bpcatlist.exe -client "my_client"
What next? ( :
Solved! Go to Solution.
Show the exact command that you tried.
The bprestore command will restore all files and folders in the date range that you specified.
If you want to restore from one specific backup, make the start and end date the same.
Read up about bprestore in NetBackup Commands Reference Guide
if you are talking about machine "rollback" to the state of a backup, you must use the following procedures:
- if a machine is virtual (VMware / Hyper-V) , follow procedures for VM machine restore (https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000100619)
- if a machine is physical, follow procedures for Bare Metal Restore (https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.000100625)
- if using snapshots, you can also use rollback from snapshots (https://www.veritas.com/support/en_US/article.DOC8581)
Or provide more info about the environment and the machine.
Yes I do this but this return 144: invalid command usage
Sorry, you have to specify filelist or path. If you want everything just add a slash to the command
bprestore -C <client> -s <start date/time> -e <end date/time> \
I have some virtual machines ( VMware). And need to backup machine from specified backup. (Policy is set for full backup)
how can I do this using commands. (On VM is installed client part)
Some staff like bprestore - C <Client> -s <date> -e <date> / -- Don't work, because policy don't specify files restore