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How to delete failed VM replication

Post by ifanartha » May 01, 2013 12:36 am

Hi All,

I run vm replication and its failed.
Its created vmname_replica and files in storage.
How to delete the vmname_replica with the files?

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Re: How to delete failed VM replication

Post by foggy » May 01, 2013 7:45 am

Hello!

If you just need to get rid of the replica VM in your vSphere environment, you can use the Delete from disk command in vSphere Client to completely remove it. Note, that in this case your replication job will fail its next run.

If you want to find out the reason of the failure, feel free to contact our technical support with job logs, so that they are able to investigate the issue promptly.

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Re: How to delete failed VM replication

Post by ifanartha » May 02, 2013 1:17 am

Hello,

I run replication with veeam console.
is it possible to delete the failed replication vm and files via veeam console? how?

Noted: I already deleted the veeam replication job, but its not deleted the vm and files

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Re: How to delete failed VM replication

Post by foggy » May 02, 2013 7:09 am

ifanartha wrote:is it possible to delete the failed replication vm and files via veeam console? how?
If the replica is listed under the Replicas node, you can right-click the record and select the Delete from Disk command to perform this.

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Re: How to delete failed VM replication

Post by ifanartha » May 02, 2013 10:01 am

There is no delete option in VMlist name.
Delete option only available in Files List.

If I delete the files list, will this also delete the VM_relica name?

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Re: How to delete failed VM replication

Post by Vitaliy S. » May 02, 2013 10:38 am

ifanartha wrote:There is no delete option in VMlist name.
To delete VM replicas you need to navigate to Backup & Replication tab -> Replicas node -> select VM replica name on the right pane, then right-click on it and choose to "Remove from disk option" (see our User Guide, page 262). Alternatively, you can select Files view -> expand the corresponding vCenter Server infrastructure and then hit a "Delete" button on the VM replica folder.

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