If you run a tape full job after a hyper-v full job you will get an successfull message if you abort the previous job.
the second job (the tape job) sends out an e-mail, it had success backing up 0 files with 0 data..
what a success ;-)
i think thats an error. okay the job itself may have been run correctly, but there was no actual data to backup a full job AND the previous job throwed an error.
in case of previous job had an error, the tape job MUST send a warning out at least, that previous job had an error.
better send an error instead just a warning.
if you want a full job, it should send a warning. on an incremental it depents, but errors in previous job should at least start a warning.
another thing: during backup it seems that veeam keeps the latest restore point until the new one has been completed. so you get a low disk warning because veeam preserves 2 backups instead of 1during the job.
maybe you should be able to select "keep 0" on disk instead of at least 1. because if you do a tape job, you dont want to waste space afterwards.