Cannot Restore!

Hi all…

I am really hatin to hit the panic button here, but we are backing up each virtual server every night, and for some reason, we get this screen when we try to restore a virtual server:

Are you sure you want to restore the selected domains and features from local file /mnt/iscsi/backup/2008-05-01? Any existing data for the features in these domains will be over-written!

Warning - the following features were enabled in one or more of the domains in the backup, but are not enabled on this system : Plugin early, Plugin later, Plugin ctl, Plugin config, Plugin checks, Plugin client, Plugin server, Plugin supplicant, Plugin sensors, Plugin init

Without them, some functions of the restored virtual servers may not work.

Select all. | Invert selection.

etc/pam.d/run (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/postfix/header (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/rc.d/init.d/dc (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/rc.d/init.d/lm (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/rc.d/init.d/microcode (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/rc.d/init.d/readahead (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/rc.d/init.d/wpa (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/ssh/ssh (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
etc/ssh/sshd (Server does not exist, will be re-created)
No selected features in backup
Select all. | Invert selection.
None of the selected features are used by any of the servers in this backup, and thus the restore cannot proceed.

I dont know what to do! and im startin to get panicked…PLEASE HELP!

j

UPDATE: I checked the directory where the backups are being stored, and I see DIRECTORIES with a date 2008-mm-dd for the first 9 backups and the next 30 or so are all in a single file with NO extension…

what do i do?

any help is appreciated!

regards,
j<br><br>Post edited by: jangfsl, at: 2008/05/08 06:26