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do you have a Idea how to make a NICE external-Disk-Backup-Conecpt?
We have a HPE RDX USB 3.0 drive and it was difficult ot add it to the esxi HOST.
Thx, best regards
Goal: backup to removable media (the esxi hosts)
(with Veeam B + R 9.5 which runs with Win10 as local virtual machine on the same esxi)
(there is another server-internal partition on which the Veeam also backs up / makes backup)
Problem: the esxi webadmin somehow always smeared when trying to free / allow USB drive / controller
Whether it worked with other USB stick, other VM, etc. I unfortunately do not know.
That should actually work quite normally without the need to make a special bell.
If we had bought a Vmware esxi ROK license, we probably would have been able to open a software support case. Have an aftersales support case open.
It is the HPE Esxi 6.7 Image installed about 2 months ago.
HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10
C8S07B HPE RDX External Docking Station (seems
https://www.hpe.com/de/de/product-catal ... 02103.html
https://h20195.www2.hpe.com/v2/gethtml. ... =c04111633
Q2044A HP RDX Cartridge, 1TB
Have noticed that this RDX is not in the HPE Quickspecs from the GEN10 server, only at Gen9 -
The power supply from the RDX is currently not available, so that has not been tried - have the HPE USB ports too little power?
In HPE Quickspecs from the RDX stands:
USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with USB 2.0; USB 3.0 port, the user does not want to experience the full transfer performance that their RDX USB 3.0 system offers. Hewlett Packard Enterprise recommends the following controller for a user who currently has USB 2.0: Startech 2 port PCI Express SuperSpeed USB 3.0 card. HPE USB 3.0 controllers do not support this product.
An internal RDX (in the photo there is also USB cable, I think ..) was not taken, so room for HDD upgrade remains.
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