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Re: How to perform replica failover commit in v5

Post by DAXQ » May 10, 2011 3:11 pm

I think (please correct me if I am wrong) You can delete a snapshot any time. Deleting snapshots does not affect other snapshots or the current state of the virtual machine.

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Modification Datas Lost on the replica

Post by Faridbo » Aug 17, 2011 1:21 pm

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Hello Everybody

Sorry for my poor english :-)

2 Esxi 4.1 (Esx1 with one VM & esx2 with Three VM)
Vcenter
1 Veeam Backup & replication 5
4 Vms windows 2003

Replication is enabled for my server named : ServerDC1 (on esx1)
The replica is named : ServerDC1_Replica (on esx2)

My Esx1 crashed yesterday
The replica started (ServerDC1_Replica) : Good it started

But when The ESX1 was repaired and restarted, I turned off the Replica on Esx2, and to my surprise the changed datas have also been lost (one directory created on my desktop), The ServerDC1 was turn on but without the directory on my desktop !!

Can someone help me ?
Is it possible to convert a replica to VM (not replica) : for example servdc1_replica becomes ServderDC1

Thank you for all

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