I couldn't find a similar topic, so I post it as a new topic.
In our company we have virtual system of about 10 VMs (mostly Windows 2008 R2) on three esx-hosts (with VMWare vCenter Server 5.0.0) we face a problem, where two of our VMs (both not in the same job and not on the same host) wont reboot correctly because the virtual disc has been disconnected from the VM's settings. After reattaching the virtual disc everything reboots fine. We upgraded to Veeam Backup & Replication 6.1 about 10 days ago. But the problem also showed up when we used v6.0
The problem is not frequently but often enough to be concerned about because productive interfaces are running on them.
One of the VMs is a vSphere Client and the other one is working as a proxy in Veeam.
The vShpere Client is backuped and replicated in single jobs, the other one is backuped and replicated with six other VMs in one job.
Both VMs are located on the same esx host and both virtual discs are located at the same storage but on different SATA discs, that's why we don't think it is a storage disc problem.
Our Veeam Backup & Replication contains 5 sheduled tasks (two incremental backup jobs (running daily in the evening) and three replication jobs (running daily every two hours)). We set up three proxies and one repository. the repository is located in another building.
We didn't open a support case because the problem is not drastic but annoying. I hope someone can help us with our problem.