Hi there,Is this possible?- Always backup my Virtual Machines as incremental (after the first full)- Only keep historic data for some months (say 3 month); Backup Exec would create Synthetic Full combining the Previous Full + Incremental, and delete ...
I have the following environment:
- Three VMware ESXi single CPU hosts, part of a cluster
- Only half of the VMs are backed up by BackupExec, and have BackupExec agents installed
- The machines that are being backed up are locked to two h...
I'm currently using BE2010 to backup my 2008 R2 Domain Controllers running on VMware.
I noticed that every time I quiesce a snapshot or trigger a VM backup, my DCs will show the following error:
lsass (468) Error -1023 (0xfffffc01) occurr...
I have the following scenario in-house:
- 2 ESXi servers that are serving production VMs. This VMs require protection, and are backed up by BackupExec 2010
- 2 ESXi servers that is being used for testing. Not a single VM in these servers a...
I have the following scenario:
1x BE Media Server2x Domain Controllers, for the same domain
I want to backup the system state of both DCs, but I want to granularly backup/restore ONE of them.
I was under the impression that I needed ONE Active Di...
Looks like vSphere 5.1, Windows Server 2012, SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013 will only be supported on BackupExec 2012 R2.
The beta is planned to March, so.... Maybe by July we will get support. By that time, vSphere 6 should already be on near rel...
You should be aware that VMware thin disks are only thin when you create them. If you create a file inside the VM and delete it, the space is not reclaimed. Then, the OS may or may not write new blocks on the same space, or use another block, increas...
Just want to add that I also have this problem.
It doesn't matter the OS on the VM. Even blank VM behave the same. I have the problem with RHEL, 2k3, 2k8, 2k8R2, Ubuntu, etc.
All backups of VMs stored on NFS with thin provisioned disks res...
Thanks for your answer, but you didn't fully answer my question.
Maybe I can give you real world scenarios:
- One vCenter
- Multiple ESXi servers
- One ESXi servers runs VMs that are NEVER backed up by BE2010 and are never migrated to an...