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What does "processing" do?

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Hi

I'm replicating VMs between two sites over 10Mbit connection. Some VMs go quite fast but especially some large file servers seem to take a lot of time in the processing fase.

For example this file server:
2 vCPU / 4 GB RAM / 6 harddisks ( 4 VMDKs 12GB - 700GB - 5GB - 250GB / 2 RDMs 550GB - 400GB in virtual mode).

Job start at 9:16
Building VM list 1m42
VMsize: 1.9TB / 970GB used
CBT is enabled
Preparing next VM for processing
Using source / target proxy
Discovering replica
Preparing replica 14 minutes !!!
Processing configuration: 22 minutes (and still running as I post this).

What is it doing at this moment?

Gabrie

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Re: What does "processing" do?

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Needs to research the debug log to see what it is doing.

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Re: What does "processing" do?

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Can you give an idea if it is vCenter on source or target site that could cause the delay?

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Re: What does "processing" do?

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Guessing is a total waste of time here. You need to open a support case have them tell the reason for sure.

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