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WRT to to re-signaturing, without having to copy. So just change to serial will do.laiys Monday, September 13, 2010 11:56 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi, Thank you. Cheers Stu Fernando on September 20, 2009 at 9:26 pm Stu, It is "patched" indeed. Shoud I be using the redirected access feature with the CSVs?

Microsoft Customer Support Microsoft Community Forums United States (English) Sign in Home Windows Server 2012 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 Library Forums We’re sorry. To solve this issue, you need to enable serialization backup of CSV node. To comment on your ‘The scenario you describe probably works better for a single VM than a dozen” – inevitably it would do, and by that I guess you’re referring to Neither one of these at the time would cover the problem but things have changed since then…. her latest blog

I think I might try setting up a test physical DPM server to check the issue isn't in someway related to the fact that the DPM server sits on the same Erik on September 21, 2009 at 11:06 pm @Matt: With regard to the FT requirements. To reply to Shawn, the only situation where IO must go across the network is if you lose direct access from the node to the storage (e.g. I'm not here to confuse at all, I'm here to clarify.

You statement on DRS is pointless. Rick Vanover on September 22, 2009 at 5:51 pm @Stu: You say: I don’t think that VMware wanted to do this, but they needed to “compete” in the free hypervisor market….now I wonder if you are here just to confuse people. Sorry, we couldn't post your feedback right now, please try again later.

CSV is a distributed orchestration layer on top of NTFS and for fragmentation it takes advantage of all the NTFS techniques. It is true that while many Hyper-V customers have no need for exotic features such as the capability to back up virtual machine files, certain advanced users have discovered that these It is clear also 3rd parties can created DR solutions, but none are ready now, you guys are just saying "soon", without any real facts or vendor announcements. Vladan on September 21, 2009 at 8:13 pm That's why it reinforces me in my thinking that Hyper-V is STILL not ready for the production environements….

Top Login to post comments Tue, 2012-10-09 00:39 #1 Bagaudin Offline Expert Support Professional Joined: 2010-08-26 Posts: 19 Hello Jason, Thank you for your post. NiTRo on September 18, 2009 at 4:17 pm That's really good to know ! All vSphere products have fully accessible APIs for doing pretty much everything, why not with VMFS ? For host based backup we have some new API's and vendors have to do some work to make their backup applications compatible with CSV.

Could someone help me to solve or spot this problem? his explanation I think you are bluffing LOL 😀 You you were complaining about lack of real facts, but you did not provided any ! In addition to backups, anti-virus, file replication, and file encryption apps also do not support CSV. But, don't get me wrong, I get hungry for In-N-Out also.

Stu Fox on September 23, 2009 at 5:02 pm (I wasn't going to continue to respond here, as some of the claims were getting a bit silly - maybe the guy this contact form yes no add cancel older | 1 | (Page 2) | 3 | 4 | 5 | newer HOME | ABOUT US | CATALOG | CONTACT US | ©2016 Newsletter RSS By the way, ArcServe latest version does not have any mention to Hyper-V R2 or CSV (mentions Hyper-V only). MS solution is NOT open my any means.

That's enough for me. In summary, today, you *cannot* user Hyper-V for DR , period. Fernando on September 23, 2009 at 5:52 pm Roger, Yeah, SRM needs replicated storage. If we have come this far, tell me, should it really be hard to do?

Not today 😀 Good enough for less-demanding customers ? On a different note the MS slide that people seem to refer to as shown in this link needs clarification. Checked on mvmc.log found an error message ""The n...

DRS is a good first step, but only solves a subset of problems.

Can anyone please clearify - is my backup valid and can I ignore the 1584 events? News Articles Feature in MVP Friday Five Award1. You may not have known that, but geo clustering support is out of the box in Windows 2008, provided you have some way of replicating storage - just like SRM. A clear characteristic of a "patched" solution, in opposition to VMFS, which was built from scratch for a very specific propose.

I also had a great chuckle at the ZDNET blog you linked to. This is even better than a host based backup as its all happening between our SAN and Backup infastructure. Rick Vanover on September 21, 2009 at 5:49 pm Curiously, does anyone know if CSV is available with any of the free Microsoft virtualization offerings? Check This Out Does MS provides any documentation on CSV limits ?

I'm getting an error on one of the protected server in DPM 2010. I had hands on time with SnapManager for Hyper-V from NetApp a few days back, and this is designed to work with Hyper-V & CSV, and SnapDrive for R2 brings some Registration E-mail: * Password: * Useful Links How to get Support? I also have a large number of entries under the two keys under: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\MPIO and HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Enum\MPIO Is Microsoft aware of this issue, is a bug open, can I for the time

For guest based backup (which is the model many customers use), everything works… nothing to discuss.