RHEV

This is an issue with the Virtual Machine Manager (virt-manager)

This is an issue with the Virtual Machine Manager (virt-manager)

Use Linux-based Acronis Bootable Media with Windows-like representation to solve the issue

List of virtual machine applications supported by the latest versions of Acronis products

This article applies to:

  • Acronis Backup (Acronis Backup & Recovery) 11.5

Step-by-step instructions on how to convert a backup archive (.tib) to a Red Hat KVM virtual machine

Once you have converted your backup archive into a virtual machine, you can import this manually to your Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Environment. See Acronis Backup 11.7/11.5: Converting Backup Archive of a Windows System to a Virtual Machine.

In order to boot a virtual machine in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) environment using Acronis bootable media, follow these steps:

You attempt to restore a backup with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.6 x64 into an Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization virtual machine. After restore succeeds, the vm does boot into an kernel panic.

When connecting to RHEV Manager, make sure you include domain in the user name

This article provides instruction for troubleshooting recovery and conversion to virtual machine failures in Acronis Backup (Acronis Backup & Recovery).

Follow these steps to troubleshoot the recovery and conversion to virtual machine:

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