Solution 4 - Run a backup with "Backup volume checkpoint " integration service temporarily disabled This solution applies when error 0x is mentioned in a Hyper-V-VMMS event log entry with id To resolve this error, temporarily disable the "Backup volume checkpoint " integration service and run a test backup of the guest.
Reboot the machine in normal mode.
Re-run the WBAdmin command, the backup should work correctly. Regards, Mandy We are trying to better understand customer views on social support experience, so your participation in this interview project would be greatly appreciated if you have time. Thanks for helping make community forums a great place.
We are using the backup-tool to create non-system state backups of the data-directories on this machine. The backup is done on a dedicated disk connected through iscsi to a Synology box.
This backup disk has become too small and we have now replaced the Synology box with a bigger one. Here i created a new LUN again for the backup purposes. Now for my question; The wbadmin. I know that in Win which we we also have running I could add the new iscsi location and then when enough backups are available on the new target use wbadmin.
Basically it describes that you should use DiskShadow. However, the backup catalog update cannot be done manually and it will happen instead during the next backup. However, in the Windows Backup 'dashboard' it still lists the backups as available.
Also after a new backup has finished according the the article this is when it should 'update' its backup catalog. When I try to restore a backup from a date that i just removed it gives a nice message that this is impossible because the snapshot is not available duh: The shadow copy of the backup stored on the backup destination cannot be found.
So it seems that the aforementioned method works; it removes the snapshot and frees diskspace, but it doesn't update the Windows Backup catalog. As a result the management tool GUI still lists the backups which are no longer available! How can i change this?
Is there any way to do this? I found one article which mentions that the Dashboard bases its screen on the Windows Logs and not on the actual VSS snapshots available: In my opinion this is a real bug and it leaves us with a in-consequent backup schema. Does anyone have similar situations or even a solution to my problem?
I think i got my answer and I now get how windows backup works in Windows The answer lies in the command mentioned earlier: This means that the backups are still available, but you just can't restore them with the User Interface.
In order to 'update' the UI with the current available snapshots which you can list with diskshadows list shadows allyou have to re-add the existing media on which the backups took place using the Wizard of the UI.
It will then inform you that existing backups are available and if you want to keep these for restore purposes. If you click 'yes', and THEN perform a backup All the current available backups will be shown in the User Interface: Old restore points are now still available.
When enough restore points are available on the new volume iscsi2 start deleting old data from iscsi1 as follows: It will now ask if you want the keep the existing data for restore purposes; click yes.
I Hope my post will help others with similar questions. It was quite a search before I understood the way it works. Basically as long as your VSS snapshots are still available and listed by diskshadow you still have the backups and you will be able to get this in sync with the steps above delete schedule and re-add originating targets containing the snapshots.
After the next backup the UI will update itself. In my case someway along the way I lost my originating snapshots, but because I already had my new backup set it didn't bother me; It kept me from having to delete all old backups: I have ran following command on this Server.Answer: Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS) is a Windows shadow copy utility used in conjunction with the Veeam Backup VSS integration.
The Oracle VSS writer supports log, copy, full, differential, and incremental backups, just like RMAN. To launch the backup wizard, in the Actions pane on the right, select Backup Schedule to create a regular backup task, or select Backup Once if you just want to perform an immediate backup.
For this set of tasks, you will see the Backup Schedule choice. VSS backup (ARCHIVELOG): Suitable for: Oracle 10g with patch set and above; Oracle 11g and higher in ARCHIVELOG mode on Windows. It is recommended to use Microsoft Software VSS Provider (default). During image backup, writers will be notified to ensure application consistency.
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Overview; Features; Licensing; Resources; Supported Systems; Safari 8 or later (running . Whenever the backup starts running, the Cluster Shared Volume VSS Writer fails and then the backup gets completed with a warning “The following set of VSS writers failed during snapshot – Cluster Shared Volume VSS Writer,”.