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Moez_Mansouri
Level 4
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hi guy's
i need to know how can i do a disater recovery for my redhat server using SSR 2011 linux edition,i already do a CustumSDR.iso disk but
it contain only 115 Mo ,so i can't recover all my computer.please help
thanks a lot

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criley
Moderator
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Are you attempting to move your Linux server from physical to virtual?

If yes, please be aware that SSR Linux Edition does not support restore anyware (restore to different hardware).

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criley
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Please refer to Page 21 of the User Guide (http://www.symantec.com/docs/DOC3913).

Let us know if you run into any problems.

Moez_Mansouri
Level 4
Partner Accredited

can i change my server into virtual using the CustumSDR disk and the point of recovery .v2i?
booting with v2i and applying the v2i file under my hyper-v Server,or do i need symantec recovery disk to do this ???

Moez_Mansouri
Level 4
Partner Accredited

i m trying to activate my network card in order to mount my v2i file.but i didn't found any interface card
please help.

 

Andreas_Horlach
Level 6
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If you would like to restore into a VM, boot to the SRD from the VM and restore the image into that VM.

As for the NIC, you need the drivers for the NIC if the SRD does not see it. 

Moez_Mansouri
Level 4
Partner Accredited

for now i have :
customSDR.iso (done with createSDR command)

2 v2i file (my server have lvm structure)
when i use customSDR.iso ,the ifconfig command shows only my loopback interface
when i use Symantec recovery disk,i cannot found the LVM tools .
if u have a link for the RIGHT Symantec recovery disk with LVM tools (for linux recovery)
please tell me , i need really a solution to recover my server

thanks a lot

Andreas_Horlach
Level 6
Employee Accredited

What version if Redhat are you using?

Moez_Mansouri
Level 4
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redhat server 5.3

Andreas_Horlach
Level 6
Employee Accredited

As per Chris' comment above, I'm assuming you followed those steps in the user's guide. As you are in a server-down situation, can you contact technical support? 

 

http://www.symantec.com/support/techsupp_contact_phone.jsp

criley
Moderator
Moderator
Employee Accredited

Are you attempting to move your Linux server from physical to virtual?

If yes, please be aware that SSR Linux Edition does not support restore anyware (restore to different hardware).

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