We are backing up our VM with VADP Backup the following way: Full Vm every Month, differential Backup every day. Saveset *FULL*.
We are using Networker 18.104.22.168, Vm are running on vSphere 5. Vm OS is Windows 2008 R2
Last week we had a restore issue where we had to restore the full and the differential.
- Restore of the image (the monthly full) was working perfectly.
After this first restore, we installed the Networker Agent on the VM. Connection with Networker Server was OK.
- File level recoveries of non system disk (2 disk) were working perfectly.
- File level recovery on non system file on system disk was working very well.
- File level recovery of system disk was starting but after some ours CPU on the machine was 100% and restore process was blocked. restore was not in Failure, but it was soooo slow (more than 24 hours for a 20 GB disk), that we decide to stop it.
- When Networker recovery had to replace File from system, he spoke about reboot method (filell be replaced after reboot), were are going the file for the reboot? in RAM? could that explain our issue?
- is it possible to replace the whole system disk of a VM using this method?
Thanks a lot for your Help
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