Recently I ran into an issue on a project I’m working on. The customer has a Linux virtual machine running on Azure with a large data disk (20 TB). I knew – but forgot to remember – that Azure Backup doesn’t support disks larger then 4 TB (more info here).
Update: After contacting Veeam support they attended me that there is a private fix voor version 912. stop all jobs stop “Veeam Backup for Microsoft Office 365 Service” replace Veeam.Ews with the DLL from the archive https://storage.veeam.com/Fix_113114_fbcf2c440c.zip in C:\Program Files\Veeam\Backup365 (don’t forget to back up the original DLL) Start “Veeam Backup
FreeNAS 9.10 has just been released. Based on FreeBSD 10.3, FreeNAS 9.10 combines hundreds of FreeBSD improvements with dozens of bug fixes and feature requests, while retaining the familiar user interface. Topping the list of FreeNAS 9.10 features are greater speed and scalability, dozens of new hardware drivers, USB 3.0
Veeam® is happy to provide a free NFR license (1 year, 2 sockets) to all VMware vExperts, MVPs, VTEC members, Certified Engineers and Trainers*. This license allows for non-production use of Veeam Availabilty Suite™ 9,5 in your home lab, without any feature limitations. The license works for both VMware and
Great news from my sponsor VEEAM. When you are a vExpert, MVP, VTEC Member, Certified Engineer and/or Trainer you have the option to receive a free NFR key (2 sockets) of the VEEAM Availability Suite V9. Click on their banner right of this page!
Like many other people I use a Synology NAS for back-up purposes. All my backup data and other files is stored on the single device. But what when there is a problem with that device or your house (or office) is burned down to the ground. You won’t be able
Recently I installed 2 FusionIO drives for a client and ran into a few problems. I found the solution for these problems and decided to write a blogpost about it. First be sure to install the Operating System with alle the latest updates. In my case I was dealing with
A word from my sponsor : Veeam® Backup & Recovery now FULLY supports VMware vSphere 6. Now, you can get Veeam’s largest and most powerful release in history with FULL vSphere 6 support, including support for VMware Virtual Volumes (VVols) and Virtual SAN (VSAN) 2.0, Storage Policy Based Management (SPBM)
Use the following steps to configure Veeam Backup & Recovery to back-up the VM’s (Hyper-V and VMware) to Azure. You can sign up and use free trial licenses for Veeam (check out the banner on the right) and Azure. You only pay for the storage (3 ct for each Gigabyte