Recovering multiple file systems

Replication and Disaster Recovery Administration Guide for Hitachi NAS Platform

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Note: Each of the file systems will be recovered to its most recent version, and each recovered file system will be promoted to a normal file system.
  1. Navigate to Home > Data Protection > File System Versions to display the File System Versions page.
  2. Click Recover Multiple File System to Version to display the Recover File Systems page.
  3. Select the file systems to recover from the Available File Systems list, and click the right arrow to the add the file systems to the Selected File Systems list.
  4. Specify how the recovered file systems are to be mounted:
    • mount read write
    • mount read only
    • do not mount (selecting this option disables the 'Recover access points' options)
  5. In step 4, Recover access points, select the check boxes to specify which types of file system access points to recover. Leave the check boxes empty to specify not to recover SMB shares or NFS exports for the recovered file systems.
    • shares
    • exports
  6. Click next to display the Recover File Systems Confirmation page.
  7. Verify the file system recovery settings, and click OK to proceed with the file system recovery, and display the File System Recovery Reports page.
  8. Monitor the file system recovery.
After the file system has been recovered, and is "live," you may want to create a replication policy and schedule to replicate the new primary file system and use the old primary file system as the replication target.