How to schedule image creation in Acronis True Image Server for Linux
Limitations on LVM support in Acronis True Image 9.1 Server for Linux
How to create bootable media in Acronis True Image Server for Linux
Partition with a Linux file system cannot be mounted in Windows
How Acronis True Image Server for Linux works with software RAIDs (md-devices)
Check if the key.plk file is in the installation directory of Acronis Agent
This article describes why it may not be possible to connect to Acronis True Image Agent for Linux installed on openSUSE 10.2. The article also provides a solution for that.
Upgrade to the latest build to resolve the issue
Post commands fail to run in Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux. Operation log shows that the commands were run successfully
Backup of files or folders may hang in Linux
Update the machine's BIOS to resolve the issue
Acronis True Image 9.1 Server for Linux offers you point-in-time backup strategy. It has easy-to-use interface and lets you create backups of live servers while running.
Acronis True Image 9.1 Enterprise Server offers point-in-time backup strategy. It lets you create and manage backups on remote machines from one single location. It works both with Windows and Linux operating systems.
Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux is a backup solution that lets you create images of live servers while running
Older builds of Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux and Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server Linux Agent have the SNAPAPI module that does not support kernels 2.6.24 or higher
Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux Errors Out with "Not enough memory"
This feature is not implemented
Reactivate Linux loader after the cloning
The system will be unbootable after deployment
Installation of Acronis True Image Server for Linux or Acronis True Image Enterprise Server Linux Agent can be performed automatically
To run the Linux Agent it is necessary to have the pam.i386, libselinux.i386, libsepol.i386 components installed
How to back up databases using Acronis True Image Server for Linux
When trying to back up an LVM volume Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 errors out with "Invalid vault path was specified"
You should always start the Acronis Management Console as a user with root privileges
Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 for Linux displays Windows partition letters instead of the proper Linux device names
This is an incorrect message and can be ignored
The "Name" field in the "Dynamic Group Creation" window is too small. No entered name can be seen
On an attempt to do a partition backup Acronis product calls xfs_freeze to snapshot the XFS partition
How to mount images in Acronis True Image Server for Linux or Acronis Backup & Recovery 10
Insert the "export NOSMBFS=1" to /usr/sbin/acronis_mms to fix the issue