Restoring from Veeam Recovery Media

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    If the OS on your computer fails to start, you can use the Veeam Recovery Media to recover your computer. The Veeam Recovery Media will help you boot the computer in the limited mode. After booting, you can use a backup created with Veeam Agent for Linux to restore the whole system image of your computer, specific volumes on your computer or specific files and folders. You can also use standard Linux command line utilities to diagnose problems and fix errors.

    Restoring from Veeam Recovery Media IMPORTANT

    If you plan to use the custom Veeam Recovery Media, Veeam Agent requires 3 GB RAM or more installed on the target computer or virtual machine. Memory consumption varies depending on size and number of modules included into the recovery media. To learn more, see Creating Custom Veeam Recovery Media.

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