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updated discussion 30 Jul 2014
Hi Master,Media : LinuxRHEL6, 7.6.0.2 Client WIn 2012 R2 DC. 7.6.0.1              System has crashed, it was a vm on hyper V 2012 r2. we created a new vm with same name and config and ip. restored full C drive & then used w2koption. and restored system states. and reused w2koption and stopped legacy client service. and rebooted machine. restore ...
updated discussion 30 Jul 2014
Hi Friends, I have BMR backup runing for client backup jobs shows that beging writting but does not show any data writting , and this server is have 95 % disk full . Is there any criteria like how much space of total disk should be free to backup the data , it is incremental backup . Please Assist .     Thanks You!1
updated discussion 30 Jul 2014
I'm running netbackup v6.5.4 against on a server 2008 r2 Standard SP1 physical box.   If I look at my job logs I am seeing completed jobs, but whenever I search the catalog no matter the options or date ranges it shows up empty. I've tried bouncing the services.   Hoping someone could offer some insight. If perhaps I have a corrupted catalogue or something.
updated discussion 30 Jul 2014
I'm in the process of setting up VMware backups but the transfer rates using nbd are very very slow.  The media server and ESX servers each use single 1GB NIC's and even with multiple backups going across multiple ESX server's the NIC on the media server is frequently below 1% utilized.  Occasionally the utilization in Windows Task Manager for the network interface will look like a ...