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I case you haven’t seen. There are currently two ongoing surveys from Veeam; one about the Help Center and the documentations, the other one about the livestreams (Industry Insights, TechBytes). So in case you want to share some feedback on those topics, here’s your chance:Veeam Help Center: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JFBXD2HVeeam Livestreams: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VeeamStream22A Sources:https://forums.veeam.com/post461204.html#p461204
Backup for Microsoft O365 v5 has landed! Learn about all the new features and how to protect remote work places and your Teams collaboration.Register: https://go.veeam.com/webinar-new-vbo-v5Thursday, Dec. 17NA – 1 p.m. ETEMEA – 12 p.m. CETAPJ – 12 p.m. AEDT
We currently have a situation where we need to copy backed up files on a different subnet from the Veeam server.The backup files are on the proxy server in a different subnet and I need to copy them to a different server on the same subnet. Veeam is across a VPN so copying 1 TB of files from Veeam across the VPN would take too long.When I mount the files to restore it would be great if they were available in the VeeamFLR folder on the proxy server. Then I could copy them directly on the same subnet. Right now the files to restore are only available on the Veeam server.As a workaround I’m going to install Veeam on the Proxy server so I can access the backed up files without using the VPN.
Today’s #VMCE2020 #DailyQuiz walkthrough is ready. Have you used the Veeam Extract utility? GUI? Command line? Windows or linux? Can it extract from VBK? VRB? VIB? How did you get the files back to your hypervisor environment?Try this question and more at https://rasmushaslund.com/vmce-practice-exam/
Good morning my friends, I have a question. Today I have 2 external HDs, where every Saturday I change one HD and the other week I put the other HD. One of them is doing the incremental process on the same folder regardless of the week it is. Already the other HD is creating a new folder and making the backups again. I don't want it to create another folder, I want it to use the same one. How do I do that? Since the other one is doing it and I just repeated the settings from the 1st HD to the 2nd HD.
Hey all if you aren’t familar Digital Ocean every year sponsors Hacktoberfest, a month long event in October designed to get people into supporting Open Source software. I’ve talked to Chris A. who is the maintainer for VeeamHub and once again this year VeeamHub will be a participant. Check out the Hacktoberfest site for all the details on participation!
I am not sure if this has been posted somewhere before but I thought I would post my experience of setting up Linux proxies for our VMware backups and the one issue I ran into. I deployed a couple of Ubuntu 22.04 VMs, as I will be using hot-add for the VM backups. I added them to the VBR server and created a test backup of one VM. First backup attempt and I got this error:Error: Cannot get service content. Soap fault. Temporary failure in name resolution Detail: 'getaddrinfo failed in tcp_connect()', endpoint: 'https://vc.domain.local:443/sdk' SOAP connection is not available. Connection ID: [vc.domain.local]. Failed to create NFC download stream. NFC path: [nfc://conn:vc.domaint.local,nfchost:host-1310340,stg:datastore-1310378@TEST/TEST.vmx]. --tr:Unable to open source file [nfc://conn:vc.domain.local,nfchost:host-1310340,stg: So the key to the problem is “failure in name resolution”. Specifically name resolution from my new Linux proxies. I have run into this kind of problem before f
Hi,We are having some backups copied to an AWS bucket using Veeam Backup and Replication 11. The backups have been copying up to the bucket okay but today I was going to practice restorations and am a little confused about whether I did a restore from the internet or from the performance tier. The log said the restore was from AWS Veeam Object1 which should be the Amazon server. It seemed kind of quick. I was expecting it to take hours for a small server. It was 34 minutes. Maybe de-duplication is really good.This was in the log:Restoring Hard disk 1 (40 GB) : 30.3 GB restored at 18 MB/s [nbd] 3.9 GB downloaded from capacity tier, 9.9 GB copied from performance tierSo far I haven’t seen any documentation that specifically walks us through restoration from a bucket.It’s possible I’m still thinking of our network speed with a 2015 frame of mind. I want to be sure I’m doing this right. Thanks,Bob
Hi, We are utilizing the RestAPI in VBR11 to manage most of our jobs (reporting, start, stop, etc).It seems that SureBackup jobs are not included in the API, when communication with /api/v1/jobs Is there an roadmap for the API, where we can follow the progress? Or is this already included? :)
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