To solve the issue, update all of the product's components to the latest build
Cloned machines have the same ID. Change the instance ID in Windows Registry to fix the issue
To restore from an unmanaged vault, browse to the network share or local folder where the archive is. To restore from a centralized managed vault, click on Storage node, type in the IP Addres or computer name of the machine where Acronis Storage Node is
Scenarios of server cluster restore using Acronis Backup & Recovery
Restart the Acronis Storage Node Service to fix the issue
If you need to move vault from one place to another, please proceed as described below at the Solution section:
Acronis Backup Advaced 11.7/11.5, Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 Advanced
The most probable cause is that the specified address is incorrect or the machine is unavailable
Remove Storage Node and re-add it
This article describes how to change the default catalog database folders for Acronis Storage Node
Acronis Storage Node contains catalogs for all managed vaults on this Acronis Storage Node.
- Windows XP/2003: Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Acronis\BackupAndRecovery\ASN\Catalog
- Windows Vista/7/2008/2008 R2: ProgramData\Acronis\BackupAndRecovery\ASN\Catalog
To change the default folder, do the following:
The Elastic Search is the database of the Acronis Catalog service. This component indexes the backed up data and enables search throughout all backups in managed locations. The Data folder contains these indexes and its size depends on the amount of data you have saved to the managed vault.
This article describes how to change the default catalog database folder for Acronis Storage Node.
To specify a new location for the Elastic Search database: