[PVE-User] About the problem of the vm backup content

lyt_yudi lyt_yudi at 126.com
Thu Mar 22 03:11:39 CET 2012

Thank you for your reply 
I am so sorry, to correct:
'vm-102-disk-1.raw' --- the store data disk
'vm-102-disk-2.raw' --- the first disk of runing system

this is the vm(102) conf content:
# cat 102.conf 
boot: cdn
bootdisk: virtio0
cores: 4
cpu: host
ide1: none,media=cdrom
localtime: 1
memory: 4096
name: centos6
net0: virtio=5E:EC:00:AD:86:A1,bridge=vmbr1
onboot: 1
ostype: l26
sockets: 1
vga: std
virtio0: back:102/vm-102-disk-2.raw
virtio1: back:102/vm-102-disk-1.raw

the disk archive name is follow by the disk boot order?
virtio0 --> vm-102-disk-2.raw --> vm-disk-virtio0.raw
virtio1 --> vm-102-disk-1.raw --> vm-disk-virtio1.raw


From: Dietmar Maurer
Date: 2012-03-21 13:02
To: lyt_yudi; pve-user
Subject: RE: [PVE-User] About the problem of the vm backup content
> why ?
> 'vm-102-disk-1.raw' ---> 'vm-disk-virtio1.raw'
> 'vm-102-disk-2.raw' ---> 'vm-disk-virtio0.raw' ??
> I want to archive in such a way,
> 'vm-102-disk-1.raw' ---> 'vm-disk-virtio1.raw'
> 'vm-102-disk-2.raw' ---> 'vm-disk-virtio2.raw'

The backup includes mapping information about those renames. I do not want to make any guarantees about those names.

Please can you post the configuration of that VM?

- Dietmar
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