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Re: Corrupted Files on Win2016 Deduplication

Post by Delo123 » May 09, 2017 6:59 am

Sigh... this really seems like a case for inspector Columbo, I hope support is getting anywhere with this for you guys...

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Re: Corrupted Files on Win2016 Deduplication

Post by Ctek » May 10, 2017 2:01 pm 1 person likes this post

I really hope Microsoft gets their stuff together soon with W2016 Deduplication, it's been riddled with issues from the start.
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Re: Corrupted Files on Win2016 Deduplication

Post by diegoazevedo » May 18, 2017 2:00 am

I have been following this discussing for sometime now, as I am also facing this issue.

We have one scale out repository with two extents, coming from Windows 2016 servers with dedup enabled. All MS/Veeam patches applied, even the recently released Update 2 for Veeam 9.5.

The scale out repository is configured to use per-VM backup files. Windows Deduplication configued

There are two backup jobs configured in the environment, and at least once a fortnight there will a couple of VMs failing with "storage metadata corrupted" errors. The only way around it is to delete the affected VM from configuration/disk and start a new chain. But sometimes all VMs in the job will fail, and as such I have to start the chain from scratch. Very annoying and disappointing. :cry:

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