Should i add in veeam hyper v quiscence?is there a big differenece without it?
Should I enable also vss in the disks I want to backup in the exchange vm?
kornelg wrote:So, should I enable shadow copy at this one or also at boot c of exchange and then I can enable hyper v quiscence and VSS in veeam?
kornelg wrote:Free space for this vdisk is only 10gb(orignal space 50gb), but in veeam I have seen a warning that it may run out of disk due to open snapshots! What does it mean?
This warning refers to the datastore where your Exchange VM is stored, not to the VM virtual disk. Generally, 10% of free space is enough to keep changes that VM produces while running backup/replication jobs, but to be on the safe side it's better to have more than 10%.
kornelg wrote:but what means that it makes a snapshot at this lun?
kornelg wrote:is that as swap?
kornelg wrote:when the backup starts what happens at this lun?
kornelg wrote:it makes a virtual snapshot as swap and then delete that?
kornelg wrote:what i have done is to make larger the vdisk from datacore where exchange vhd exist.i have made again a vm then with same vhd.exchange is ok it runs but now backup dont start.i have added again the hosts where exchange is with the new hard disk capacity.
kornelg wrote:but i cant understand why offhost backup dont work.
kornelg wrote:In veeam for exchange explorer i cant find the transaction log.my .edb dont open without it.in which directory is that?
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