Creates VM startup settings for staged restore.
Product Edition: Enterprise, Enterprise Plus
New-VBRApplicationGroupStartupOptions -MaximumBootTime <int> -ApplicationInitializationTimeout <int> -MemoryAllocationPercent <int> [-HeartbeatCheck] [-PingCheck] [<CommonParameters>]
The cmdlet creates the VBRApplicationGroupStartupOptions object that contains VM startup settings for staged restore.
Run Start-VBRRestoreVM to restore VMware VMs with the staged restore option.
Run Start-VBRHvRestoreVM to restore Hyper-V VMs with the staged restore option.
Specifies the period that is required for VMs to boot.
Default: 600 sec.
Specifies the timeout required to initialize applications on VMs.
Default: 120 sec.
Specifies the amount of memory that you want to pre-allocate to VMs when these VMs start.
Default: 100 percent.
Indicates that Veeam Backup & Replication will perform the heartbeat test for verified VMs.
Indicates that Veeam Backup & Replication will perform the ping test for verified VMs.
This cmdlet supports Microsoft PowerShell common parameters. For more information about common parameters, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkID=113216.
This command specifies startup settings for VMs added to an application group. Veeam Backup & Replication will perform staged restore with the following VM startup settings:
- The period that is required for VMs to boot is set to 200 sec
- The timeout required to initialize applications on VMs is set to 150
- The amount of memory provided for VMs is set to 80 percent
$startupoptions = New-VBRApplicationGroupStartupOptions -MaximumBootTime 200 -ApplicationInitializationTimeout 150 -MemoryAllocationPercent 80