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Backup of VMware w. partitions on different datastores

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Hello,

I am just wondering if Veeam can do a full backup of a machine, where partition c is on a different VMware datastore than partition d !

I've just tried that, it shows me the correct VM total size for both partitions (872GB) but processes only until 40GB (which is the size of partition c). Then I get "All VMs have been processed" and the job finish "successfully".

Any idea whether this is a handling error or something Veeam can't do by design ?

Thanks a lot,
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Re: Backup of VMware w. partitions on different datastores

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Hello Martin, most likely partition D: resides on an unsupported disk type (independent disk, or RDM disk). Please refer to the System Requirements section of the Release Notes document included with your download. Thanks!

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Re: Backup of VMware w. partitions on different datastores

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Hi Anton, I'm doubting Martin was talking about two separated vmdk files, hosted into two separated vmware datastores...

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Re: Backup of VMware w. partitions on different datastores

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There should be a corresponding message logged in the job statistics window for that VM in case of skipping one of its disks.

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