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Start-VBRZip in Veeam Backup Free Edition

Post by Rick.Vanover » May 11, 2015 10:51 am 4 people like this post

I just posted the blog post from Vladimir about Update 2 brining PowerShell support:

http://www.veeam.com/blog/veeam-backup- ... shell.html

It's better if any discussions for the script are here rather than blog comments, so let's get scripting!

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by cowboy6 » May 12, 2015 12:11 pm

Great post/news about this new feature. I'm having some trouble with script from here: http://www.veeam.com/blog/wp-content/up ... eamZIP.zip

I get this error:



Find-VBRViEntity : Unable to cast object of type 'Veeam.Backup.Core.Infrastructure.CHvHostItem' to type 'Veeam.Backup.Core.Infrastructure.IViI
tem'.
At C:\scripts\backup_hyperv.ps1:78 char:9
+ $VM = Find-VBRViEntity -Name $VMName -Server $Server
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [Find-VBRViEntity], InvalidCastException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : System.InvalidCastException,Veeam.Backup.PowerShell.Command.FindVBRViEntity


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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 12, 2015 10:43 pm 1 person likes this post

It seems that you're using HV infrastructure, right? The script has been developed to vSphere deployment, so some of the lines need to be replaced with HV alternatives to make the script work.

We will provide HV version and attach it to the blog post soon.

Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 13, 2015 2:14 pm 1 person likes this post

Basically, you need to replace Find-VBRViEntity with its HV analogue - Find-VBRHvEntity. Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by bobendicott » May 13, 2015 6:32 pm 1 person likes this post

I have tried to implement this script and it works great for a single VM but if I try to add multiple VM's to the script I receive the errors below.

Here is what I am putting in the VMName section of the script
# Names of VMs to backup separated by semicolon (Mandatory)
$VMNames = "VM1; VM2; VM3"

Start-VBRZip : Cannot validate argument on parameter 'Entity'. The argument is null. Provide a valid value for the
argument, and then try running the command again.
At C:\scripts\VeeamZIP.ps1:86 char:40
+ $ZIPSession = Start-VBRZip -Entity $VM -Folder $Directory -Compression $Comp ...
+ ~~~
+ CategoryInfo : InvalidData: (:) [Start-VBRZip], ParameterBindingValidationException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : ParameterArgumentValidationError,Veeam.Backup.PowerShell.Commands.Backup.StartVBRZip

You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression.
At C:\scripts\VeeamZIP.ps1:91 char:5
+ $TaskSessions = $ZIPSession.GetTaskSessions().logger.getlog().updatedrecords
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (:) [], RuntimeException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : InvokeMethodOnNull

thank you.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 16, 2015 2:30 pm 1 person likes this post

What happens if you try to separate them in the similar manner:

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$VMNames = "VM1", "VM2", "VM3"

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by gzartman » May 17, 2015 5:54 am

bobendicott wrote:I have tried to implement this script and it works great for a single VM but if I try to add multiple VM's to the script I receive the errors below.
.
I ran into the same issue with this powershell script. I am not super familiar with PS scripts, but all that $VMNames is doing is storing a list of VM names. I don't think that putting semi-colons inside the quotes is proper list syntax. Instead, the following syntax will work: $VMNames = "VM1","VM2"

In other words, VM names inside quotes separated by commas.

This has been testing on my machine and now the script works fine for multiple VMs.

Greg

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 18, 2015 10:44 am 1 person likes this post

It should work with commas, indeed.

I'm now preparing list of modifications, and will ask Rick to upload them to the blog post later on.

Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 18, 2015 5:47 pm

Good afternoon,

I have the script setup and it runs quite well, with the exception of the following err and nothing reported in the Details section of the email being sent. Any suggestions? I tried this with 1 server and 3 servers being backed up with the script and get the message for each server.

You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression.
At C:\Users\xxxxxxxx\Desktop\veeamzip-TEST.ps1:91 char:64
+ $TaskSessions = $ZIPSession.GetTaskSessions().logger.getlog <<<< ().updatedrecords
+ CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (getlog:String) [], RuntimeException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : InvokeMethodOnNull


Thank you for your assistance.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 18, 2015 6:06 pm

Sorry, I have question on this...

Is there a method for sending the email to multiple recipients? I tested it with two email addresses either as "1st@test.com;2nd@test.com" and "1st@test.com","2nd@test.com" and it appears that only the first email gets sent to the first address when it is together with the single set of quotes and sent to the last entry on the individual addresses with the quotes and comma.
Thanks!

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 19, 2015 10:13 am

You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression.
It appears that $ZIPSession variable doesn't contain anything, may be VeeamZIP has been started against non-existent VM or something.
Is there a method for sending the email to multiple recipients?
I think you can create a list of recipients and, then, add a loop at e-mail sending stage, so that, email will be generated for multiple addresses.

Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 19, 2015 11:51 am

v.Eremin wrote: It appears that $ZIPSession variable doesn't contain anything, may be VeeamZIP has been started against non-existent VM or something.
The backup is running successfully and I can get the report emailed to me, but as you can see in the email report sample below (although it doesn't align right, there is another section at the end of each line for 'Details'), the detail is blank and I think this is tied back to the error that is being generated. I just can't figure why it is coming back as a null value.
Name Start Time End Time Result Details
SERVER1_2015-05-18T172527 5/18/2015 5:25:27 PM 5/18/2015 5:36:28 PM Success
SERVER2_2015-05-18T173633 5/18/2015 5:36:33 PM 5/18/2015 5:58:17 PM Success
SERVER3_2015-05-18T175820 5/18/2015 5:58:20 PM 5/18/2015 6:16:38 PM Success

v.Eremin wrote: I think you can create a list of recipients and, then, add a loop at e-mail sending stage, so that, email will be generated for multiple addresses.

Thanks.
OK, I will have to give that a try. Thanks for the pointers. :wink:

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 19, 2015 12:27 pm

"Details" is blank due to $ZIPSession variable being indicated as null. Though, I'm not sure how it happens because $ZIPSession variable is used multiple times to get session specific information, such as start time, end time, etc (and those are reflected correctly).

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 19, 2015 12:31 pm

v.Eremin wrote:"Details" is blank due to $ZIPSession variable being indicated as null. Though, I'm not sure how it happens because $ZIPSession variable is used multiple times to get session specific information, such as start time, end time, etc (and those are reflected correctly).
Yup, that is pretty much what my thoughts were, that it is correctly using the $ZIPSession variable to gather the start/end/status but seems to have an issue getting the detail.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by tsightler » May 19, 2015 1:20 pm

Any chance this is Windows 2008R2 with a default Powershell 2.0 install? That's a common cause of the missing variables type issues I've seen.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 19, 2015 1:25 pm

tsightler wrote:Any chance this is Windows 2008R2 with a default Powershell 2.0 install? That's a common cause of the missing variables type issues I've seen.
Currently running on Windows 7 (test machine). Silly question... What else would I need to be install on top of the default Powershell?

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 19, 2015 1:33 pm

Just check PS version. If it's 2.0, update it at least to 3.0. Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 19, 2015 2:32 pm

v.Eremin wrote:Just check PS version. If it's 2.0, update it at least to 3.0. Thanks.
That did the trick! Ran another backup and no error & Details is now there. Thank you for your assistance!

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 19, 2015 2:59 pm

As Tom's mentioned, we've seen number of cases where some parameters and methods were missing due to an outdated version of Powershell. So, you've just confirmed that.

Glad to hear that you're up and running now.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by CTRidgeline » May 19, 2015 3:21 pm 1 person likes this post

I was also able to make the multiple email addresses work very easily. I updated the email process to be the following (original and updated):

Original code:

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If ($EnableNotification)
{
$Message = New-Object System.Net.Mail.MailMessage $EmailFrom, $EmailTo
$Message.Subject = $EmailSubject 
$Message.IsBodyHTML = $True
$message.Body = $MesssagyBody | ConvertTo-Html -head $style | Out-String
$SMTP = New-Object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($SMTPServer)
$SMTP.Send($Message)
}
Updated code:

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If ($EnableNotification)
{
foreach ($EmailTo in $EmailTo)
 {
   $Message = New-Object System.Net.Mail.MailMessage $EmailFrom, $EmailTo
   $Message.Subject = $EmailSubject 
   $Message.IsBodyHTML = $True
   $message.Body = $MesssagyBody | ConvertTo-Html -head $style | Out-String
   $SMTP = New-Object Net.Mail.SmtpClient($SMTPServer)
   $SMTP.Send($Message)
 }
}

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by Henning Andersson » May 26, 2015 2:28 pm

This is cool!
I've scheduled a PS-script to create backups of a vm, and it works very well as long as I save the backup file locally. However if I try to save the file to our NAS I am unable to authenticate to the shared folder i have created for saving backups.

I have tried running the scheduled task as an authenticated user. I've also tried adding credentials in Veeam B&R without success.
The only way i have succeeded is by allowing "everyone" to write in my backup share, and I can say I'm not really happy of that way of doing things...
Any suggestions of how to setup this?

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[MERGED] : Error when running Start-VBRZip on free version

Post by jhyldgaard » May 28, 2015 1:14 pm

I have installed Veeam B&R 8 with update 2 in the free version.
I have use this script to run a full backup: http://www.veeam.com/blog/veeam-backup- ... shell.html
But when i run the scipt i got an error in the log about "Failed to open storage for read/write access".
But if i run the backup from the GUI everthink work fine.

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[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> ====================================================================================
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> {
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Windows agent.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Path to the executable module:C:\Program Files (x86)\Veeam\Backup Transport\x64\VeeamAgent.exe
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Agent version:8.0.0.2021
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   OS version: Windows Server 2008 R2 (6.1.7601) Service Pack 1
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Processors num: 2
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Active processors mask: 3
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Processor 0: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           E5606  @ 2.13GHz
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Processor 1: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU           E5606  @ 2.13GHz
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Installed memory, Mb: 12287
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   PID : 12504
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> }
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> Adjusting system file cache limit (25 percent)
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>   Total physical memory instaled: [12287 MB], available: [1117 MB].
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> Maximum system file cache size is now [3071 MB]
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> VDDK logging level: 1
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> Maximum pending blocks value: 10000
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> AgentId:{67d4c5d2-8efd-4c64-91d0-79f8bd32bf49}
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> stg| Storage current dedupe limit: [8388608].
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> Loading registry options.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>     BufReader MAX DATA SIZE: 524288000
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>     NetLib MAX RPC PACKET MAX SIZE: 524288000
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>     MINIDUMP MODE TYPE: Normal
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>     MINIDUMP MODE MASK: 0x00000000
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992>     VMFS SAN PREREAD BUFFER SIZE: 4194304
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> NFS read cache size in MB: 8
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> cli| Client session has been started.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  9844> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 9844, parent id: 13992, role: Session container
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  9844> srv| Srv. cleanup thread is started.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 10492, parent id: 13992, role: VRPC server thread
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> net| Veeam RPC server started.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> net| Selected vRPC port: '2500'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> net| Listening vRPC port '2500'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> cli|   Opening event: [VeeamEvent{c87e33a7-f9e9-49d7-ae17-69149f4c94f3}]
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 13992> cli|   Opening shared memory: [VeeamMem{c87e33a7-f9e9-49d7-ae17-69149f4c94f3}]
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> net|   Accepted incoming vRPC connection from '127.0.0.1:55721'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  6248> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 6248, parent id: 10492, role: Client processor thread (127.0.0.1:55721)
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  6248> net| Client connected...
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  6248> cli| Creating session ( redirect output session: 'false')
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  6248> cli| Client works in standalone mode.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] < 10492> net|   Accepted incoming vRPC connection from '192.168.0.8:55722'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  9772> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 9772, parent id: 10492, role: Client processor thread (192.168.0.8:55722)
[27.05.2015 15:13:07] <  9772> net| Client connected...
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Creating session ( redirect output session: 'true')
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Registering stdin/stdout redirector: '12081344'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Client works in standalone mode.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] < 10492> net|   Accepted incoming vRPC connection from '192.168.0.8:55723'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  7948> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 7948, parent id: 10492, role: Client processor thread (192.168.0.8:55723)
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  7948> net| Client connected...
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  7948> cli| Creating session ( redirect output session: 'false')
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  7948> cli| Client works in standalone mode.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Next client command: [prepStorageForWriteEx].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli|       :>  \\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli|       :>  1024
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli|       :>  0
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> stg| Checking whether storage to prepare is closed.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| MTA backup apartment was created successfully, id '0x00b89be0'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <   916> cli| Thread started. Thread id: 916, parent id: 9772, role: MTA invoke thread
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <   916> cli| Entering MTA invoke thread.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <   916> stg|   There is no file 'HostFS://\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk' in the files cache.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> stg| Upgrading/fixing storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk]. Standard block size: [1048576]. Block alignment logarithm: [0].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> stg|   Opening storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk] for read/write access.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli|     This path \\192.168.0.15\Veeam have not impersonation context
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      ERR |Failed to check whether file '\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk' exists.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      ERR |Access is denied.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> stg|   Opening storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk] for read/write access. Failed.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> stg| Upgrading/fixing storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk]. Standard block size: [1048576]. Block alignment logarithm: [0]. Failed.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Removing stdin/stdout redirector: '12081344'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      ERR |Access is denied.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      >>  |--tr:Failed to open storage for read/write access. Storage: [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      >>  |--tr:Failed to upgrade/fix the storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772>      >>  |--tr:Client failed to process the command. Command: [prepStorageForWriteEx].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Starting to send error string [Access is denied.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Failed to open storage for read/write access. Storage: [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Failed to upgrade/fix the storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Client failed to process the command. Command: [prepStorageForWriteEx].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:event:3:
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| ] to manager.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Sending error string [Access is denied.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Failed to open storage for read/write access. Storage: [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Failed to upgrade/fix the storage [\\192.168.0.15\Veeam\Backup_SrvSQL_2015-05-27T151213.vbk].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:Client failed to process the command. Command: [prepStorageForWriteEx].
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| --tr:event:3:
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| ] completed.
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> net| Connection closed...
[27.05.2015 15:13:08] <  9772> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'Client processor thread (192.168.0.8:55722)'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  7948> cli| WARN|Input TCP stream was closed
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  7948> net| Connection closed...
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  7948> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'Client processor thread (192.168.0.8:55723)'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  6248> cli| Next client command: [shutdown].
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  6248> cli| Processing shutdown command.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 14540> cli| Finalization thread: Received external stop event.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 14540> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'Event listener thread'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  6248> net| Connection closed...
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  6248> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'Client processor thread (127.0.0.1:55721)'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 10492> net| Terminating by stop event in CTcpThread::WaitOrStop.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 10492> net| Stopping client sessions.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 10492> net| Veeam RPC server stopped.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 10492> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'VRPC server thread'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli|   Cleaning all resumable operations.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> srv|   Stopping srv. cleanup thread.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  9844> srv|   Finalizing srv. sessions.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  9844> srv| Srv. cleanup thread is finished.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] <  9844> cli| Thread finished. Role: 'Session container'.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> srv|   Srv. cleanup thread was stopped.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> dsk|   Removing attached vmdk disks.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> dsk|   Disconnecting all VMs...
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> dsk|     Removing all vm connections
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> dsk|   All VMs were successfully disconnected.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli| Client has been stopped.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli| Destroying connection pools.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli| Destroying connection pools. ok.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli| Max system file cache limit disabled.
[27.05.2015 15:13:09] < 13992> cli| The agent session has finished successfully.
Please help.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by jhyldgaard » May 29, 2015 2:49 pm 1 person likes this post

Thanks Eramin - now it is working :-)

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » May 29, 2015 2:53 pm

Glad to hear my input was helpful. Feel free to ask me, should other help with scripting be needed. Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by gregory_afnor » Jun 03, 2015 8:49 am

Hy,
Thank for scripting for us.
I got "Start-VBRZip : License is not installed".

What's wrong ?
Grégory

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » Jun 04, 2015 9:56 am

What product version you're using? Are you positive VB&R 8 Update 2 is installed? Thanks.

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by gregory_afnor » Jun 04, 2015 12:34 pm

Hi,
After the Update 2, it's work.

Thank
Grégory

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Re: Discussion on blog post: Update 2 featuring PowerShell

Post by veremin » Jun 04, 2015 12:35 pm

Update 2 is required, because only in that release did we make Start-VBRZIP commandlet availabe in free edition. Thanks.

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