We are using BE 2012 to back up several SQL 2008 servers running on Windows 2008 R2 VM's on Hyper-V. We use Hyper-V GRT Backup to do the backup, incremental every weekday and full every weekend. The BE-Agent is installed on the VM's and the SQL-Agent is licensed on the media-server.
I thought the SQL transaction logs would be truncated in this scenario, but they are not.
In the backup logs I get the V-79-57344-38728 error message, but it does not help me to figure this out.
In the BE 2012 Admin Guide it says: "Note: Backup Exec uses the Microsoft Hyper-V writer during backups of VSS-aware
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According to the article, it is not possible to truncate SQL-logs with a GRT-backup.
But why is the BE 2012 Administrators guide saying that application logs will be truncated on VSS-aware applications in VM's on Hyper-V (page 807)?
But I still do not understand why the BE 2012 Administrators guide is saying that application logs will be truncated on VSS-aware applications in VM's on Hyper-V (page 807)?