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Backup VMs without listing the name of each virtual machine.

Discussion in 'VMWare / Virtual Machine' started by danielsfroes, Apr 16, 2011.

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  1. danielsfroes

    danielsfroes Newcomer

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    Hello, I am implementing a backup of VMs with BA 6.2.3. Someone
    know how I can do full backup without having to list all names
    Vm of each?

    More than 20 VMs, I do not want to list each in the backup command.
     
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    RobertP Active Newcomer

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    Hi,

    This is the command I use:
    backup vm"all-vm;-VM=<excluded_vm_name>"-vmchost=<host_ip> -vmcuser=<user> -vmcpw=<password> -vmbackuptype=fullvm

    You can omit the -VM=<excluded_vm_name> if you want to back up all.
     
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    Robert,

    Thank you for your help. It was very helpful.
     
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