> Not enough details.
> Are you backing up the VM from hyper-v?
> Are you backing up the VM from within the VM?
> Are you backing up the files on the VM or making an image/snapshot?

No. Is only for the "home" files. I need to restore then quickly and
individual.

> Does $storage-provider have a preferred protocol?
No.

> NFS typically can be expanded on the fly if the needs increase.
> iSCSI typically needs “work” like expanding the partition then expanding
> the filesystem when more space is needed.

Can i create a nfs partition with lvm and in future extend the partition
with another hd i.e?


Thanks for reply.

2018-04-12 18:24 GMT-03:00 Steven Tardy <sjt5a...@gmail.com>:

> On Thu, Apr 12, 2018 at 5:00 PM marcos sr <msr.mail...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I have a CentOS VM with a lots of inodes, and 500GB +/-, running under
> > hyper-v . Which is best for backup them? What is the pros and cons?
>
>
> Not enough details.
> Are you backing up the VM from hyper-v?
> Are you backing up the VM from within the VM?
> Are you backing up the files on the VM or making an image/snapshot?
> Does $storage-provider have a preferred protocol?
> NFS typically can be expanded on the fly if the needs increase.
> iSCSI typically needs “work” like expanding the partition then expanding
> the filesystem when more space is needed.
>
> >
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