vReplicator Not Continuing After Checking Connection With The Host

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
Hi All,

I'm having an issue with my vReplicator. Now it starts the replication cycle by going through the main processes, and then hangs when checking the connection between the host.

Now all Hosts have been completely shut down, restarted and were previously working until the 28th. No system upgrades have been made in that time.. so im puzzled.

I can SSH from my main ESX server to my Backup ESX server where the vReplicator is replicating too with no problems. It's running over a Fibre Channel switch to my backup server, but for no reason it will not work.

I have deleted, and recreated all Jobs, Checked if the jobs were stuck in Snapshot manager but nothing is working.. Here is a screenshot of where it stops is there anywhere else that i've overlooked or should be looking?

Any help would be great,


Question by:probiotec
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    Expert Comment

    I've never used vReplicator but have you taken a look at your app error logs?

    Accepted Solution

    Sure have. Nothing pointing towards anything suspect.

    vReplicator support are on Holidays too! How awesome.

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