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 When a Run Direct restore is performed, the backup destination is mounted as an NFS datastore from the VMware host, where the VM is run directly from the backup files. ​ When a Run Direct restore is performed, the backup destination is mounted as an NFS datastore from the VMware host, where the VM is run directly from the backup files. ​
  
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 The backup destination can either be the AhsayCBS server or a local drive that can connect with AhsayOBM. Initiating a Run Direct from the AhsayCBS (also known as agentless restore) will trigger a connection directly with the VMWare host (ESXi server and the direction shown in orange indicator below), while initiating the same action on the AhsayOBM requires the connection to route through the OBM (shown in green indication below). ​ The backup destination can either be the AhsayCBS server or a local drive that can connect with AhsayOBM. Initiating a Run Direct from the AhsayCBS (also known as agentless restore) will trigger a connection directly with the VMWare host (ESXi server and the direction shown in orange indicator below), while initiating the same action on the AhsayOBM requires the connection to route through the OBM (shown in green indication below). ​
public/vmware.txt · Last modified: 2019/08/26 12:03 by ronnie.chan