lando_uk wrote:According to v6 Documentation, Veeam should work without any scripts or stopping services on vcsa.
As an alternative to vSphere Data Protection, you can also use third-party products that are integrated with VMware vSphere Storage APIs - Data Protection to back up and restore a virtual machine that contains vCenter Server, a vCenter Server Appliance, or a Platform Services Controller.
foggy wrote: This statement is too general and doesn't mention the database at all. Our recommendation for any application that doesn't support VSS is using pre-freeze/post-thaw scripts for consistent backups, otherwise you get them crash-consistent.
rreed wrote:I take that way back. They restored fine, each appears fine at their respective consoles, but my vCenter won't authenticate (not even local admin) and my PSC throws a 503 when I try to browse its web interface. So clearly, something's broken.
lando_uk wrote:Trying to interpret the docs, I get the impression that VCSA v6 does use VSS on backup and that no scripts are necessary.
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