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Replication Guestion

Post by jamerson » Aug 16, 2018 9:28 pm

Dear all,
We are replicating host1 to host 2.
host 1 has 2 disks which are spanned to one partition. 2x4TB to 8TB.
So host 2 has two disks of 4TB as well,
the configuration is to replicate disk 1 to disk 1 on the second host , and the same for disk 2 on the second host.
would this works or VEEAM will think it 1 disk 8TB and cannot replicate it ?

We need to know how VEEAM will deal with the 2x4 ( 8TB )

Thank you guys.

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Re: Replication Guestion

Post by foggy » Aug 17, 2018 12:05 pm 1 person likes this post

Hi Julien, could you please clarify the scenario, since I find it a bit confusing. Do you want to replicate a VM that has two VMDK disks (spanned inside the guest OS into a single volume) to another ESXi host and place these VMDK's on different datastores?

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Re: Replication Guestion

Post by jamerson » Aug 17, 2018 2:35 pm

Hi Foggy,
this exactly what i meant.
thank you

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Re: Replication Guestion

Post by foggy » Aug 17, 2018 3:05 pm

Thanks, then you can select datastores for each disk individually.

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Re: Replication Guestion

Post by jamerson » Aug 17, 2018 8:09 pm

Thank you so much,
this was my thought but i needed to ask.
thank you so much
i will go ahead and test this out

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