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find a specific event into the log

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Hello,

Is-it possible to find a specific event in the backup log.

I'm looking to trap "the releasing guest event"

Thank you.

Nicolas

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Re: find a specific event into the log

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Hello,

I notice that "the releasing guest event", is only on vss mode backup.

I would like to implement fast backup, like, stop software, Vmware Snapshot, and restart application.
I'm not interersted on the compleate backup for restarting application.

Where, or how can I found the end of the Vmware Snapshoting.

Nicolas

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Re: find a specific event into the log

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Hello, there is no real need for such complexity. Instead, you can easily stop and restart software before and after snapshot this with VMware prefreeze and postthaw scripts. Thanks!

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Re: find a specific event into the log

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Thank you for your answer.

You're right.

But this solution isn't good in my case.

I foud my solution, I use Vpower CLI to find the good statement, and it's good now.

Regards

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