I was just wondering if there was a straightforward way to restart failed objects from a Virtual Environment backup.
When I right click on a filesystem backup I see the "Restart Failed Objects" options, but not on the VE backup.
Thanks for your help!Matt
I checked the VMware integration Guide, and did not see anything there that would prevent you from restarting a session, although they don't go into great detail
Usually, in the IDB context, you locate the session ID of the failed session, right-click on it, and pick Resume Session
or, from the comand line
omnib -resume [session_id] Do not include the [ ] marks
Thanks for your reply,
That's where I am looking, in the IDB context, but the option is greyed.
One thing I just noticed: when i check the General tab for the backup, the status is still "In progress/Failures".
For context: one of the VM host had a problem during the backup and 2 objects failed (the ones I want to restart). So I guess the backup not ending properly has something to do with the situation.
I restarted the server to try and clear the ïn progress flag", but it didn't change.
I think this is what's preventing me from restarting those failed objects.
Any clue on how to clear the flag ?
You have to use latest versions of DP for this.This restart failed objects available with latest versions. or you have to update the patch for the same.