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Console Connection Incredibly slow

Post by rogerdu » Oct 26, 2016 1:31 pm

In the last few days, when I try to connect using the console (either on the local system or remote) to the Veeam Backup server, it can take up to 30 minutes to connect. Usually, I'll get the small banner that says "This operation is taking longer than expected. Keep waiting, or click Cancel to terminate it." Of course... the Cancel button is inactive, so I can't cancel.

Are there some logs I could check to see if there is a problem? I can't determine if there are jobs running so I can restart the server itself... It wasn't always this slow, just started doing this in the last week.

System Specs: Windows 2012 R2 Standard, single vCPU VM, 8GB RAM, 2 drives (OS 60 GB, Data 100 GB, neither remotely close to full).

Suggestions for logs I can check out to determine the cause?

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Re: Console Connection Incredibly slow

Post by skrause » Oct 26, 2016 1:39 pm

Does windows task manager show high CPU/RAM utilization on the VBR server?
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Re: Console Connection Incredibly slow

Post by rogerdu » Oct 26, 2016 1:43 pm

skrause wrote:Does windows task manager show high CPU/RAM utilization on the VBR server?
13%/73% so its a bit busy, but not overloaded

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Re: Console Connection Incredibly slow

Post by rogerdu » Oct 26, 2016 2:15 pm 1 person likes this post

and a reboot saved the day... I was going to post a whole bunch of logs where it was having problems authenticating on the service.... but its Windows... reboot and see if the problem goes away...

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