I have a Hyper-V server running a number of VM's. Server is running 2012 R2 Hyper-V Core version; the powershell only one.
Server has had the NBU v184.108.40.206 client installed and configured. Master server and Media server is also v220.127.116.11.
When I try and configure a Hyper-V policy it fails when trying to validate the client as a Hyper-V host with the pop up box "Please enter a valid Hyper-V machine name".
Examining the bpVMutil logs on the Hyper-V server shows the following:
15:19:22.263 [2680.3780] <2> logparams: C:\Program Files\Veritas\NetBackup\bin\bpVMutil.exe 768 _NONE_ _NONE_
15:19:22.263 [2680.3780] virt_test_log: log function is called
15:19:22.263 [2680.3780] <2> bpVMutil main: cmd = 3 ESXMount = _NONE_ ESXserver = _NONE_, flags = 0
15:19:22.263 [2680.3780] <2> bpVMutil main: ListHyperVVMs returned -1
15:19:22.263 [2680.3780] <2> bpVMutil main: EXIT STATUS 0: the requested operation was successfully completed
It is as if the ListHyperVVMs function within bpVMutil is returning no VM's found but there are; they are 6 and all are up and running!
This is not the first Hyper-V policy I have; in fact I have a good number. One other policy is running Win2012 R2 so I know that all works but not this time around.
For the purpose of the exercise windows firewall has been disabled.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
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Yes; support have also confirmed no R2 support as yet. It is slated for a future v7.6.0.x release which of course means a full Master and Media server upgrade cycle.
Oh well; back to individual client backups for the moment.
I am using Netbackup 18.104.22.168 enterprise & configuring the Hyper-V new backup policy. The host is having a operating system Microsoft Windows server 2012-R2 datacenter. I am getting the error while creating a policy that "please enter a valid hyper-v machine name". Can anybody please help me to get this fixed.