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leithm
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creating a reference point - scheduled

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Hi,

Been having this issue for a while. I'm not sure it's service affecting. I've not encountered this problem before. the only thing I'm doing differently with this failover cluster is off-host backup proxy (san is doing the snaps in a hyper-v environment)

Happens to VMs whether Hyper-V replication is enabled or not so I can only assume it is Veeam Backup & off-host backup proxy causing the issue. Does anyone have any insights or ideas around troubleshooting?

I'll raise with Technical Support if required

https://ibb.co/tmLbZ6w

Thanks

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Re: creating a reference point - scheduled

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Hello,
his failover cluster is off-host backup proxy
enough said :-) It's hard to get off-host proxies working over a longer period of time. There are too many moving parts in that construct (Windows patchlevel, storage hardware VSS provider, storage firmware, Hyper-V version...). Recommendation: go with on-host proxy.

And yes... as you say, it's a technical issue. Please provide a support case ID for this issue, as requested when you click New Topic.

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Best regards,
Hannes

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Re: creating a reference point - scheduled

Post by leithm »

Hi Hannesk,

Thanks for the reply. I'm raising with technical support now. I'll never go back to on-host backup in a Hyper-V environment. Being able to provide a consistent level of performance on the clustered nodes at all times is too tough to pass up!

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