This is in reference to case 01842538. Veeam is installed on a physical Server 2012 machine, and Veeam is up to date. The server is a 16C/32T, 64GB system with 10GbE, and Veeam has access to several Linux repositories. While this has been going on, I haven't seen any indication of the repositories being offline or any services stopping.
For the past week or two, all of my B&R jobs have hung with the following error: "Unable to allocate processing resources. Error: Failed to obtain resource availability: veeam.company.com". Veeam.company.com is the physical system. The only jobs are Backup jobs, a mix of incremental and reverse incremental; there is no replication involved. Endpoint jobs start to pile up as well, although it seems they eventually trickle through, although they've often completed 12 hours later than normal. As far as I could see, this started two weeks ago, for no obvious reason. After a few reboots of the system, jobs began to run correctly again, until it started up again two days ago.
To go along with this, there are apparently database issues. My SureBackup job, which should run nightly, is not running on schedule, and weekend tape jobs are not either. I can manually start tape jobs, but the SureBackup job won't start and gives me an error.
I was wondering if anyone else had seen such an issue. I've been out this week which is making support a bit more difficult, unfortunately.