yes can cause corruption, but i don't want to modify file system externally, i just want to read it and then copy to the production host by agent/scp or something


On 01/12/16 09:43, Yaniv Dary wrote:
I understand, you mean a single file restore use case.
This is usually done by a agent in the VM and not externally, since changing the file system externally can cause corruption.

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On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 3:47 PM, Victor Jose Acosta <vic.a...@gmail.com <mailto:vic.a...@gmail.com>> wrote:

    Ok ok

    When you make a full restore you have a whole new VM, but what if
    you just need  just one directory? "/etc/puppet/environments" for
    example

    So there is where granular backup works, because if you don't have
    that option you will have to restore the whole VM, copy that
    directory, then delete the restored VM

    I don't know if my english is good enough to explain perfectly,
    but do you understand my point?


    On 30/11/16 10:36, Yaniv Dary wrote:

    I believe that both full and granular restore can be done via the
    API as we support offset uploads, can you give more details on
    the different between these options?

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