This is the second article talking about how to set the Veeam Repository up with XFS
In my last article I wrote about how to create an XFS volume.
Now let’s see how to integrate it!
Numbers of step are quite easy
- Add a new Linux Server.
- Create Repository with XFS add on.
The first step seems to be very easy and … it is … if you have already set up correctly your linux firewall.
Because when you add a new server you can select which ports will be used to communicate from and to Backup Server to the new Repository
Let’s configure the firewall on centos Ubuntu server (ufw)
To check the status just type: sudo ufw status
If it is disabled, change his status with: sudo ufw status enable
For Opening the right ports the commands are:
sudo ufw allow 22/tcp
sudo ufw allow 2500:3300/tcp
as shown from Veeam user guide:
Check your job with the following command
sudo lsof -i:22
Now it’s time to create the new XFS repository following these easy steps:
- Adding New Server
Select Linux Server and click on the Advanced button.
Check if the ports we have previous configurated are present.
Now select the server (in my case is cento01), Browse the XFS folder and then select the XFS option (in Yellow)
Just some more next click and finally you have finally configurated your new XFS repository.
If you want to have more details about how to set up the firewall please have a look at the following site:
The next article will talk about performances so … see you soon