Veeam Backup from SAN

Posted on 2012-09-06
Last Modified: 2012-09-09
I try to Veeam backup 5 Virtual servers.4 of them backups successful.But one VM shows me a Error:
Backing up object "[LUN1] LX1/LX1_1.vmdk"
Direct SAN connection is not available, failing over to network mode..

This LUN1 ist Newly created last there days ago.
Question by:apollo-13
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    Accepted Solution

    this is just a warning, that Direct SAN connection is not available, and backing-up over the network.

    it should have still completed the backup. (but slower)

    did none of the other backups of the VMs give this warning?

    Author Comment

    did none of the other backups of the VMs give this warning? --No
    only the one which uses LUN1
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    by:Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE)
    did it complete the backup?

    Author Comment

    yes wrote--Success

    and on the Right side of this info ,explains this error.

    can i do smtg this error not comes?

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