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Replication Fail

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Hi there,
I have two identical servers Server A and Server B, one of which has a Virtual Machine. This virtual machine is being replicated from Server A and Server B. Last week I moved Server B to a different location, within the same network but on a different subnet. Both servers can connect to one another. When I tried to replicate I get a failed job with the following error:

Constructing rollback file name TextToTar failed Client error: NFC error: [16392].NfcFssrvrOpen: Failed to open '[datastore1] VeeamBackup/Windows SBS 2008(16)/2010-05-07T105910.vrb': An error was detected. Cannot open NFC disk. Disk path: [[datastore1] VeeamBackup/Windows SBS 2008(16)/2010-05-07T105910.vrb]. Failed to backup text locally. Backup: [veeamfs:0:/summary.xml@nfc://,nfchost:ha-host,stg:48e02119-209d796d-4134-00237dd7d782@VeeamBackup/Windows SBS 2008(16)/2010-05-07T105910.vrbVBK: 'veeamfs:0:/summary.xml@nfc://,nfchost:ha-host,stg:48e02119-209d796d-4134-00237dd7d782@VeeamBackup/Windows SBS 2008(16)/2010-05-07T105910.vrb'RBK: ''].

I dont know why it is saying that I have a failed job. It has access to the datastore as when I tell it to calculate the size of the datastore it can calculate it. The veeam backup and replication software is installed on a windows XP which is a VM on Server A. Anyone have ideas please?
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Re: Replication Fail

Post by Gostev »

Hello Adrian, are you able to connect to server B from Veeam Backup server? Also, please try to re-create the job and see if this helps.

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