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How to know over which transport backup happened?

Post by spgsit5upport » May 10, 2013 7:53 am

In previous version 6.1 the mail report was giving a warning if the backup could not do Direct SAN backup & was failing to Network

In 6.5 I know that VM must have been backed up via Network (as there is NO Direct SAN connection to this volume) but there is no warning or even mention of it

So how do I know if Direct SAN access actually works?

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Re: How to know over which transport backup happened?

Post by chrisdearden » May 10, 2013 8:17 am 1 person likes this post

Does the job detail not mention [nbd] after the proxy name for that particular VM ? it'll be shown in the detailed summary on the client , rather than in the mail report.

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Re: How to know over which transport backup happened?

Post by spgsit5upport » May 10, 2013 9:54 am

Ok, thanks, that does it

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Re: How to know over which transport backup happened?

Post by foggy » May 10, 2013 10:52 pm

Yes, the transport mode used for processing the particular VM is always available in the job statistics next to the name of the proxy server, effectively selected by the job. As for the abovementioned warning, this message was switched to the informational one in v6.5.

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