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FAQ-How to recover the configuration information on VTL3500 after the system is down

Publication Date:  2012-10-11 Views:  37 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Client condition:
OS:CentOS5.1
Kernel:2.6.18-53.1.19.el
VTL software: FalconStor VTL Server v5.10 (Build 2030)
The client uses two disks to create RAID1 volume on T3500, then install system and update kernel and install VTL software on the volume.
After installing VTL software, there are no import and export options in VTL console. After CentOS5.1 system down, reinstall the system, but the configuration information of VTL software is lost.
Alarm Information
none
Handling Process
as accessory
Root Cause
The import and export options of falcon vtl4.0 are deleted in version 5.1, so it cannot be recovered as the method in version 4.0. in version 5.1, you must backup the configuration by hand after installing or modifying it.
When installing VTL software after the system down, the script of VTL software provides to check local server configuration and recover as the current configuration, but FalconStor suggest to recover by covering the configuration file after reinstalling  the system.
Suggestions
none

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