• Tom's Help Desk
    2
    Good Afternoon.

    I am looking to create a test server to test all restores of our server backups. What dawned on me is that many of our servers are running a RAID 1 configuration of the boot drives. Is there any documentation on how Cloudberry will handle the restore of RAID configurations?

    Another question is whether the "Make Bootable USB" creates a unique drive for the server that is creating the drive. Meaning does every server need to generate there own bootable USB? If not how will the drivers be handled when attempting a restore to dissimilar hardware?

    Any help here will be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks in advance,
    Caleb
  • Denis Gorbachev
    6


    RAID will be restored as a usual volume.
    Regarding the drivers - drivers from the given Windows will be automatically added to the bootable usb. There is an option to add additional drivers. Check the picture attached
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  • James Dyke
    4
    Cloudberry as ALL Backup solution ONLY backup the data NO RAID configurations are ever recorded.

    If a server fails and has to be replaced, you must create the raid 1st, then you can boot from the recovery ISO.
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