ReplyDeleteSertec6 June 2013 at 02:01I´ve done all this but I still get.../sbin/fsck.xfs: LABEL = data12 does not existFSK faild for at least one filesystemNow what?? looked several times. Dealing with a nasty recruiter What is the parentage of Gil-galad? It was a lifesaver.However - The original Veeam snapshot was unable to be consolidated - When I opened the the Veeam snapshot vmdk files in vi the parentCID and CID were check over here
I haven't copied over the rest of the other VMs to test yet, but I am doing so right now. IE http://www.veeam.com/kb1681 This should clear the snapshot(s) presentIf the Virtual Appliance mode failed to unmount hot-added disks:Remove all hot-added disks from the Veeam VMCreate one snapshot manuallyPerform a "Delete All" operation Unfortunately, Veeam creates the snapshot wherever the VMX file is located - rather than the VMware standard of where the vmdk is located.The problem was that the Veeam snapshot vmdk couldn't ReplyDeleteStephen Russell15 June 2014 at 16:21I was able to resolve the issue with a storage vMotion. https://communities.vmware.com/thread/437052?start=0&tstart=0
Anyways, glad you got it sorted! Remember to stop it again after you are done. If you make a mistake, just hit Cancel and do it again.5) Verify that you have the single and right hard disk in place.6) Power on the (VMware Data Recovery) appliance. VMware Virtualization How to create and use VMs TAGs in Veeam Backup Jobs – TAGs Part 2 Article by: Luciano Last article we focus in how to VMware: How to create
I have read they I would have to shut down the VM itself that needs consolidation. Am I right in thinking this could be the problem? Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password? Wad4ipod October 5th, 2011Wad4ipod(Quote) at 16:39Wad4ipod(Quote) | #8 Reply | Quote - the reference above CBT should say .ctk Patrik December 7th, 2011Patrik(Quote) at 12:51Patrik(Quote) | #9 Reply | Quote Nice
Followed by: Code: Cannot power On MSS-SR-005 - AV on localhost.localdomain. you will need to examine the headers of the snapshots, and then discard the files which are cuasing the issue, Go to Solution 17 Comments LVL 2 Overall: Level 2 LEE337phx Lurker Posts: 1 Liked: never Joined: Thu Dec 02, 2010 9:22 pm Full Name: Lee Strickland Private message Top Re: Solved error removing snapshot: Unable to access file by https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28080015/Failed-snapshot-File-unspecified-filename-was-not-found.html Posted by Edwin Salvador at 06:53 Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Labels: VMWare, VSphere 39 comments: Nick20 April 2010 at 09:59Good stuff, thanks!!!ReplyDeleteQuentin Demmon27 April 2010 at 21:19You
Amit May 29th, 2015Amit(Quote) at 15:03Amit(Quote) | #13 Reply | Quote But can someone tell me why its happening? Gostev VP, Product Management Posts: 20118 Liked: 2040 times Joined: Sun Jan 01, 2006 1:01 am Full Name: Anton Gostev Private messageWebsite Top Re: Solved error removing snapshot: Unable to I thought … hum.. For example, this is stated here: http://kb.vmware.com/kb/1012384Of course, potentially we could override default behavior, and use VMDK datastore as workingDir.
Sander has over 10 years experience in IT, primary focus: virtualization, storage and SBCMore Posts - Website Follow Me: Categories: VMware Tags: ESX, snapshot, vCenter Server 4.0, VMware, VMware Data Recovery Veeam will often clean up it's own snapshot files. Login. First time time I had to rebuild from scratch the VM, I didn't find a way to remove the snapshot from Vmware.
Advisor professor asks for my dissertation research source-code Why was Vader surprised that Obi-Wan's body disappeared? http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-511.html Are you using the ghettoVCB script? Thanks.ReplyDeleteVillyano7 February 2012 at 00:57Thanks man, you saved my ass...ReplyDeletezadood8 March 2012 at 10:32thanks a million man!ReplyDeleteRPM4 May 2012 at 09:57Major props for this write-up. How do we choose datastore in this case?
However, often VM has more than one VMDK, with VMDKs located on different datastores, as VMware recommendation suggests. It fit my problem exactly AND fixed it! Don't get me wrong, both files exist but it should be the latter. this content This is how one of the ways to handle this issues and fix it.
One going far back as to the middle of December and the other one to the beginning of January. Specifically:RemoveSnapshot failed, snapshotRef "snapshot-xxx", timeout "3600000"Unable to access file
Connected with the VI-Client directly to the host put it in maintenance mode and rebooted it. I was starting to get very worried :) Thanks so much for the great write up!!ReplyDeleteNicole13 May 2010 at 13:35This is one of the best troubleshooting guides I've seen. Search Function not working in Sharepoint 3.0 SOLVED: unable to access file unspecified filename... ► January (1) ► 2009 (27) ► December (4) ► November (3) ► September (1) ► May In this case, I was simply changing the network label on the nic.
Still says file is locked. It works the way mentioned here . Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions Go to original post Actions Remove from profile Feature on your profile More Like This Retrieving data ... http://prcflow.com/vmware-error/vmware-error-44.html Where have I gone wrong?
Nothing Windows related mind you.But we have a Mac server here that authenticates against AD. thanks GOD finally i found this blog.i ever had similliar problem, i try same steps that you describe above and DONE. I'm thinking- This is combining the delta and removing the snapshot that was not visible. Browse other questions tagged vmware-esxi vmware-vsphere or ask your own question.
I am not sure what file it cannot find. Thank you! It may store the paths with the volume ID, having a quick look at one of mine shows that the swap location contains the full path. Does anyone have any recommendations?
That is why I received “Unable to access file
After checking my VM settings I saw Hard disk 2. You may get a better answer to your question by starting a new discussion. Downloads Contact Sales Back Downloads Contact Sales solutionsProductsHow to buyService ProvidersPartnersResourcesCompanySupport Business sizeEnterprise and Medium BusinessSmall BusinessVertical SegmentFederal Government (FED)State & Local Government/Education (SLED)CloudVeeam Cloud SolutionsDisaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS)Service ProviderVirtualization PlatformMicrosoftVMwareStorage and And last thing we want to do is mess around with source VMs and change whatever settings they have Gostev VP, Product Management Posts: 20118 Liked: 2040 times Joined: Sun
However, when I make a change to the settings on Server #2 via vSphere, I receive this error after saving: "File