Support case 03090682
I expanded a virtual disk (VMware) on a VM that is backed up by Veeam.
I ran a backup of the VM with the expanded virtual disk.
I ran out of storage space on my backup repository (backup job failed).
Now when I run the backup job it fails at "Rolling back changes made by incomplete job run" (it takes about a minute to fail).
Support ran backup validator and it says the backup file is valid.
Support suggested running a health check in the job, so I enabled the option. The next backup failed to roll back changes (as expected) and then claims that the health check completed without errors in 18 seconds. Then it goes on and tries to do the backup which fails with "a file system limitation".
At this point, I cannot do a backup. I cannot do a restore from this backup chain. My only options (as far as I can tell) are to repair/recover/fix the current backup chain OR delete it and start over.
My *real* question is if it is worth trying to escalate my support case? Are there any advanced file repair tools? My gut tells me that the expanded virtual disk is the reason why it's failing to roll back changes from the incomplete job run, which seems like something that could just maybe be fixed. (Yes, I know that the file could be corrupt and un-repairable. I have, however, ran out of disk space in the past and been able to rollback changes which is why I think the virtual disk expansion is making the issue worse.)