You can use Veeam Agent for Linux to protect physical server, workstation and Cloud Virtual Machine running Linux distribution:-
- Linux kernel 2.6.32 or later is required.
- Both 64-bit and 32-bit versions of the following distributions are supported:
Debian 6 – 8
Ubuntu 10.04 – 16.10
CentOS / Oracle Linux* / RHEL 6 – 7
Fedora 23 – 25
openSUSE 11.3 – 13.2
openSUSE Leap 42
SLES 11 SP1 – 12 SP2
Our use case on Hybrid Cloud, refer to here.
Veeam Agent for Linux supports data backup and restore for the following file systems*:
The following file systems are not supported:
* Backup of machines used as cluster nodes is not supported.
Protected computer must have the following components installed:
Backup can be performed to the following disk-based storage:
Local (internal) storage of the protected computer (not recommended).
Direct attached storage (DAS), such as USB, eSATA or Firewire external drives.
Network Attached Storage (NAS) able to represent itself as SMB (CIFS) or NFS share.
Veeam Backup & Replication 9.5 Update 1 or later backup repository (except DataDomain DDboost, HPE StoreOnce, Exagrid, cloud and scale-out backup repositories).
Download veeam software repository installation package (veeam-release) from Veeam website. You need to select the correct distro. Our lab is using Centos 7- 64 Bit.
rpm -ivh veeam-release-el7-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm
Note:- With Internet access.
yum update *
yum -y install epel-release && yum repolist
yum install dkms
yum install lvm2
Note:- Install Veeam Agent for Linux packages from the Veeam software repository.
yum install veeam
Some new screenshot:-
Open Veeam Program, execute command "veeam".
Browse Veeam Agent for Linux license file and select "Server Edition"
Note:- Integration with Veeam Repository, VBR must be 9.5 with Update 1 or later.
Misc options to insert Veeam License and Export Log for Support
More related post:-
- Backup Using Veeam Agent for Linux - http://www.ms4u.info/2016/06/backup-linux-workload-using-veeam-agent.html
- Recover Using Veeam Agent for Linux -http://www.ms4u.info/2016/06/recover-linux-workload-using-veeam.html
- Integrate Veeam Agent for Linux With -http://www.ms4u.info/2016/09/veeam-agent-for-linux-integrate-with.html