Why powershell IsConsistent is always False?

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Why powershell IsConsistent is always False?

Veeam Logoby vfrolov » Wed Feb 22, 2012 7:23 am

Can anybody clarify me why IsConsistent is always False for VMware Replica restore points (it's True for Legacy Replica restore points)?

Here is the example of script and result:

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Get-VBRReplica | foreach {
  $_
  Get-VBRRestorePoint $_ | sort CreationTime -Descending | foreach {
    $_.CreationTime.ToString() + " IsCorrupted=" + $_.IsCorrupted + " IsConsistent=" + $_.IsConsistent
  }
}

...
vtst1xp clone1            Legacy Replica  22.02.2012 9:44:25                 1
22.02.2012 9:45:59 IsCorrupted=False IsConsistent=True
22.02.2012 3:45:40 IsCorrupted=False IsConsistent=True
...
vtst1xp clone4            VMware Replica  20.02.2012 14:15:37                1
22.02.2012 8:17:34 IsCorrupted=False IsConsistent=False
22.02.2012 2:17:18 IsCorrupted=False IsConsistent=False
...
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Re: Why powershell IsConsistent is always False?

Veeam Logoby Sethbartlett » Thu Feb 23, 2012 2:45 am

It's realistically information that is irrelevant to any data you would pull:) We see mixtures in backup jobs too.
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