Support for backup and recovery of Linux protected systems has arrived!
Our x360Recover agent for Linux has been activated for all devices.
Linux appliance 12.3.0 features:
- Full image-based backups (for appliances and Direct-to-Cloud)
- Local cache for Direct-to-Cloud
- Analysis Tool support
- Agent orchestration (for configuration management)
- File and folder recovery
- Bare Metal Restore (BMR)
- Full image recovery (via BMR)
Where to download the Linux agent
Appliances (10.18.0 or newer) will see the Linux agent installation on the Downloads page:
Vaults (12.2.0 or higher) can find the Linux agent installation for Direct-to-Cloud on the Clients page:
x360Recover – Supported Configurations for Linux
With appliance version 12.3.0 and newer, x360Recover provides support for backup and recovery of protected systems running various versions of Linux operating systems.
The following protected system configurations for Linux are supported:
Supported Linux operating systems
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat-based derivative Linux distributions
Ubuntu-based derivative Linux distributions
Supported database application services
Supported Virtual Disk formats
Supported DR recovery mechanisms
Supported disk and boot configurations
1 Requires Agent for Linux 3.5.0+
2 Due to a fundamental XFS filesystem incompatibility issue with Linux kernel versions less than 5.14.0, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (and related derivatives) require both Agent for Linux 3.5.0+ and x360Recover Appliance version 14.0.0. Appliance 14.0.0 will be released in 2024 Q1
3 Requires appliance version 12.5.0+
4 LVM disk support is limited to single-disk LVM configurations. Multi-disk LVM pools and RAID configurations are not yet supported.