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After reading the one sticky in the fastscp section http://www.veeam.com/forums/viewtopic.p ... 85&start=0

i was wondering .... if i were using ESX as a replication target would i get better speeds then if i were using esxi?

we have a customer who replicates data back to our office and we have an esxi VM that they are replicating to... would i be better of to use ESX?

I recieve SOAP errors every now and then and was told a while ago that ESXi just wasnt meant to have very many open connections like this.

The customer has a 15Mbps PtP Link to us.

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Absolutely. I say this in every topic asking for best replication setup advice ;)

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If i keep esxi, but tell the VM's to replicate to a virtual center server (and let that trckel down to esxi) will that improve speed too?

im installing esx now.... but what is the plan after esx goes away ?

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Hi - no, the speed will not improve if you specify target via vCenter server.
The plan is to enhance our ESXi target support before ESX goes away.

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OK so i installed an ESX host which has access to the same storage as the ESXi server. I went into the job properties and switched it from one host to another hoping that it wouldnt make me reseed everything, but i get this error

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is this true? i cannot switch a job from an ESXi target to ESX without starting over?

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Yes, this is true.

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is that why im getting this error :?

Constructing rollback file name
Invalid SoapPath link: "<datacenterRef>ha-datacenter</datacenterRef><hostRef>ha-host</hostRef><datastoreRef>4cc9d927-0ea45c56-0bff-005056a24382</datastoreRef><datastoreGuid>4cc9d927-0ea45c56-0bff-005056a24382</datastoreGuid><FullName>[Backups] VeeamBackup/servercsb(vm-271)/replica.vbk<"
Unexpected end of file has occurred. The following elements are not closed: FullName. Line 1, position 263.

thank you for all your help !

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No, this is unrelated.

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any hits on what i can do to fix it

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For any technical issues please contact our support directly providing full log files.

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