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 on common parameters, see the About CommonParameters section of Microsoft Docs.
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