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Replication of VM with iSCSI volume attached

Post by fortune_KN » May 22, 2019 9:12 pm

Hi All,
I would like please to know if Veeam can replicate VM with volume attached.

As far backup is concerned, I read that Veeam can backup VMs with vRDM natively, and those with physical RDM by leveraging Agents.

What about Replication then?
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Re: Replication of VM with iSCSI volume attached

Post by HannesK » May 23, 2019 6:41 am

Hello,
as the agent cannot do replication like we can do it for VMs, I see no way replicating a physical machine.
What about Replication then?
go virtual. It's 2019 :-)

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Re: Replication of VM with iSCSI volume attached

Post by fortune_KN » May 24, 2019 8:39 am

hello Hannesk,
i am already virtual. My point is to know if i can replicate a VM with an iSCSI volume attached.
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Re: Replication of VM with iSCSI volume attached

Post by veremin » May 24, 2019 9:25 am 1 person likes this post

You cannot do that, as ISCSI disks will be skipped from processing. Thanks!

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Re: Replication of VM with iSCSI volume attached

Post by HannesK » May 24, 2019 9:26 am

i am already virtual.
not really :-) iSCSI is bare metal physical...

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