How to restore a VM with from a different restore point

Last post 06-05-2018, 10:45 AM by johanningk. 2 replies.
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  • How to restore a VM with from a different restore point
    Posted: 06-04-2018, 5:05 AM

    Hello,

     

    Actually I can restore the last backup for a VM using the create task json template.

    https://documentation.commvault.com/commvault/v11/article?p=49417.htm

    is there a way to restore a VM with a different restore point ?

    Thank you !

  • Re: How to restore a VM with from a different restore point
    Posted: 06-05-2018, 5:46 AM

    If you are referring to an alternate host/datastore you can use the parameters from the XML:

    esxHost For out-of-place restores: the name of the new ESX server.
    Datastore For out-of-place restores: the name of the new datastore.
    resourcePoolPath For out-of-place restores: the path to the destination host resource pool.

    Jos Meijer
    Senior Technical Consultant
  • Re: How to restore a VM with from a different restore point
    Posted: 06-05-2018, 10:45 AM

    Hi oszonne94,

    in the xml you can populate "toTime" and "fromTime" parameters to narrow the search of your restore point.

    ....

    The option to browse using time. This parameter can be used with the toTime / fromTime parameter or by itself:

    • Browse files backed up between two date: <timeRange toTime="1378439999" fromTime="1378180800"/>.
    • Browse files backed up after a certain date: <timeRange fromTime="1378180800"/>.

      Valid values are UNIX-style timestamps (seconds since January 1, 1970

    ....
    have fun
    Klaus
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