Topics started by dloseke
Tried looking for this, but does a VM have to have a minimum version for CDP Replication? Turning up CDP for the first time for two VM’s and getting the below error. Or am I going about this wrong? 6/27/2022 4:58:31 PM :: VM configuration for the initial sync completed with errors Error: The virtual machine version is not compatible with the version of the host 'esxi02'. (The version of the IO Filter(s) 'VEE_bootbank_veecdp_11.1.94-1OEM.700.1.0.15843807' configured on the VM's disk are not compatible with the one installed on the destination host.): first occurrence at 6/27/2022 3:52:02 PM, last occurrence at 6/27/2022 4:59:02 PM, 91 retries 6/27/2022 5:01:17 PM :: Failed to configure source disks Error: The virtual machine version is not compatible with the version of the host 'esxi01'. (The version of the IO Filter(s) 'VEE_bootbank_veecdp_11.1.94-1OEM.700.1.0.15843807' configured on the VM's disk are not compatible with the one installed on the destination host.) Source Host:
Curious what y’all are doing in this sort of situation. I have a client with a rather large VM (95 TB, consisting of VMDK’s at 100GB (OS), 30TB, 19TB, 20TB, 9TB and 17TB). The repo (Synology NAS) is about 90TB of usable space with a second NAS at 24TB. The volumes are ISCSI presented as RDM’s to the virtual Veeam server running 2012 R2. Volumes are formatted REFS.The backup job for this server is split into three jobs...one for the OS disk and the 9TB and 30TB disks (active data) to the primary NAS, one for the 19TB and 20TB disks (Archive Data) to the Primary NAS, and one for the 17TB disk (Archive Data from an old location) to the secondary NAS).Current backup jobs are forever forward incrementals keeping 31 days of restore points, but as such, we have defragments and compactions running, but they take a VERY long time (the first mentioned job has been running for almost 16 hours and is at 6%, and that’s with only 3 restore points due to an issue I fixed yesterday where the volume
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