hopways wrote:Hi Gostev, if no patch update or work around is going to be released
Looks like you did not read my previous post entirely
hopways wrote:do we just say Veeam cannot support CSV clusters !
That would not be true, as currently we are only talking about a few affected customers. Reading through my previous response, workarounds introduced in v6 patch #3 prevented the issue from surfacing for virtually all customers who ever had it. Some of you (see starting from the previous page) still report the issue w/patch 3 installed, and our support and R&D are currently researching the similarities in their Hyper-V configuration to understand what is in common between you. There are also immediate, Microsoft-blessed workarounds available which prevent this BSOD, I have linked them earlier in this topic.
smurteira wrote:My question to you then would be, what is Veeam doing differently than DPM?
As a long-standing DPM user, you probably know the answer... we are doing just about everything differently, and much better
just need to nail down this thing. However, you gave me a very good idea. Do you still have DPM installed? If yes, would it be possible to start DPM backup and let our R&D observe CSV ownership change behavior when DPM triggers it?
The biggest problem for us is that the issue is not reproducible outside of a few environments, and thus we cannot really perform similar research in our own lab, where we have not seen this issue even with the RTM v6 code. I am aware that this situation requires a lot of patience from you, but we really need your help here...
By the way, there is also a small chance that some recent Microsoft hotfix possibly brought this issue, and now even DPM will start failing. So, this would be a very good test to perform indeed.
As for your licensing question, it is best to contact your Veeam sales rep for those, as I am completely not involved with sales.