Creating the volume structure automatically
Let’s assume that you saved the volume structure to the /etc/Acronis directory and that the volume with this directory is included in the archive.
To recreate the volume structure in Linux-based bootable media, use either of the methods described below.
Caution: As a result of the following procedures, the current volume structure on the machine will be replaced with the one stored in the archive. This will destroy the data that is currently stored on some or all of the machine’s hard disks.
If disk configuration has changed. An MD device or a logical volume resides on one or more disks, each of its own size. If you replaced any of these disks between backup and recovery—or if you are recovering the volumes to a different machine—make sure that the new disk configuration includes enough disks whose sizes are at least those of the original disks.
To create the volume structure by using the management console
To create the volume structure by using a script
If Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 could not create the volume structure (or if it is not present in the archive), create the structure manually.