natalron wrote:Hi All,
I have an issue in that I am using a Veeam backup proxy for hotadd backup.
But some of my target VMs are visible in the proxy servers disk manager as mounted drives after the hotadd.
This then triggers alerts in my monitoring systems for disk threshold breeches. etc.
Most VMs disks appear in the proxy server as "offline" disks, but some actually are mounted and assigned drive letters.
Trying to determine why this is the case ...
Thanks in Advance,
Log Name: System
The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume F:.
SAN Policy : Offline Shared
Automatic mounting of new volumes enabled.
When enabled (the default), Windows automatically mounts the file system for a new basic or dynamic volume when it is added to the system, and then assigns a drive letter to the volume.
Peejay62 wrote:Every now and then I notice that disks processed with hotadd are not released from a proxy. Is this something to live with or should this always work, releasing the disks after the backup completes?
Just as a workaround we made a script to check the proxys if they have "unwanted disks" mounted and release them if appropriate. I have been digging in some logfiles to see if there are any messages on not releasing disk, cannot find anything though.
SO any experience or suggestions on this?
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