lunes, 08 de agosto de 2011 14:01
I have the busy testing the following set-up and would appreciate your input
-2 separate Hyper-V hosts
-14 virtual machines on each host(exchange 2010,CRM,Sharepoint,file/print, SQL, TMG, etc.
-1 DPM 2010 server(Dell T110 without Xeon) running 6TB external storage attached via e-sata
The issue i have is that my current DPM server hardware doesn't support virtulization so i cannot do Item level recovery on the VM's unless they have their own agents.
I am concerned about how I would recover if one of my host servers fail? Would I need to recover the host and then manually do system state recoveries for each VM as if they were stand-alone boxes? Cause they wouldn't know that they are virtual.
If this is the case then I will have to look at replacing the DPM server.
Thanks in advance
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martes, 09 de agosto de 2011 4:28Moderador
You can protect the VM’s with the agents on directly on them like you are already doing and you can protect the VM’s at the host level. This is redundant protection but with your hardware this a good option. It will let you restore data directly from any of the VM’s or restore an entire VM if you need to. If your host dies you can restore the VM’s to another host.
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