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How do I deploy the file recovery enabler for Linux (FREL)?

  • 30 December 2020
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Any pointers with deploying FREL?

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Best answer by Jordan 31 December 2020, 01:27

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Hi Christine,

 

This is a common question, so we made a video tutorial on how to deploy it to support restore operations from Linux filesystems.  

 

Check it out here: How to Deploy a File Recovery Enabler for Linux (FREL)

 

Let me know if you have any further questions at all.

 

Thanks 

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Hello,

The video shared on this thread points only to VMware and OpenStack. Do you have any video or guide to configure the FREL for Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager? I went through the documentation but have some doubts, to be specific on below point:

 

  1. Add a disk or volume with the XFS file system and create the following mount point for cache data:

    • For FBR cache: 40 GB minimum

Which mount point should we use, is it a new one with any specific configuration?

Hope you could help me, thanks in advance.

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Hi @Hansel ,

There is no specific configuration:

You just need to create an independent device(disk partition or logical volume), then mount it.

For ex:  mount it to /opt/FBR and then add "dFBRDIR /opt/FBR" in Session reg key.

Best Regards,

Sebastien

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Hi @Sebastien Merluzzi ,

Thanks for your reply. We are working on this configuration. If facing challenges/issues, I will post again seeking your guidance. 

Regards. 

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