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Unable to check if vPower NFS is mounted on the host

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Hello
We are currently trying to restore veeam backup &replication, which runs on a virtual computer in azure, to the esx server which runs in our company.


11/23/2022 10:02:12 AM Error Failed to publish SQL02_old Error: Unable to check if vPower NFS is mounted on the host esx11.xxx.com

One or more errors occurred.

Failed to connect backup datastore to the ESXi host "esx11.sxxx.com".

Failed to add NFS datastore for NFS host '1bcdr01.xxx.com'. Failed to mount NFS volume (172.30.4.4:/VeeamBackup_1bcdr01.xxx.com). 172.30.4.4: Fault "PlatformConfigFaultFault", detail "NFS mount 172.30.4.4:/VeeamBackup_1bcdr01.xxx.com failed: Unable to connect to NFS server
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Re: Unable to check if vPower NFS is mounted on the host

Post by Mildur »

Hello Remus

If you use instant recovery to restore a VM, the target ESXI host must have network access to the NFS share on your Mount server.
You can use this KB article to analyze the situation by yourself:
https://www.veeam.com/kb1055

As a better way for your goal, I suggest creating a new VM and restore your configuration backup.
https://helpcenter.veeam.com/docs/backu ... ml?ver=110

Best regards,
Fabian
Product Management Analyst @ Veeam Software
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