I imaged a Windows Server 2008 R2 physical machine. I am restoring the images to a KVM virtual machine. The first (Drive C:) restores without error. The second fails before even starting, with the message: The disk you are trying to restore to is too small.The partition to be restored has size 781.167 GB, but with this disk only 1KB are available. The disk I’m restoring to is 832 GB in size. I’m confused as to why the restore client (2.1.1) is reporting this.
When going through the restore procedure, I select the Drive to restore (D:), and then select the disk to restore it to, which it reports as 832G: QEMU HARDDISK Size 832G (Yes/no). So the dialog boxes give evidence that it knows the drive is 832G, and presumably is bigger than the image I’m trying to restore.
The server is compiled from source code (2.3.7) onto an openSUSE Leap 15 linux platform. I have built one previous machine and it did not experience this when backing up another server at another site.
Please advise. Is there any debug information I can generate, and where can I obtain more information? Thanks!