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    Restoring the System to a Snapshot

    The process to restore a system to a snapshot differs depending on whether you are using a Junos Space VM or a Junos Space Appliance.

    To restore a system snapshot when using a Junos Space Virtual Appliance:

    1. Select Administration > Fabric. Click the System Snapshot icon.
    2. Click Restore.
    3. Click OK.
    4. Log in to the ESX servers and power on the virtual machine after a few minutes.

    Note: If the Junos Space GUI is not accessible on a virtual machine, you can restore the fabric by shutting down every node in the fabric and logging in to ESX servers where the virtual machine is located.

    To restore a system snapshot when using a Junos Space Appliance:

    1. Select Administration > Fabric. Click the System Snapshot icon.
    2. Click Restore.

      The System Restore Instruction for Appliance dialog box appears.

    3. Follow the instructions on this dialog box.
    4. Click OK.

    Note: You may not be able to restore the system to a snapshot if one of the following conditions is true:

    • One of the nodes is down.
    • New nodes were added after a snapshot was created. A warning message that prompts you to delete the new nodes before restoring is shown.
    • Some nodes were deleted after a snapshot was created. A warning message that prompts you to restore the nodes before restoring is shown.
     
     

    Modified: 2017-06-14