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Veeam proxy server keeps having vmware vms disk stuck on it..

Posted on 2014-07-18
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Our proxy server keeps having disk stuck on it from time to time from the vms and when this happens, I have to remove them and then run the disk consolidation on the particular vm.. Is there anyway in Veeam or VMware to have this not happen so much?
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by:gheist
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Can you provide log entries/screenshots or anything material.
I use vmware and veeam and use glue to stick things.
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Not sure what you are asking for or saying
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by:gheist
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How do you know that there is a problem? How do you detect that something  is "stuck"? Actually is it problem with host or guest or Veeam? From your question i cannot guess.
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Found out his is by design so have to just check on it from time to time
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reg check for disk on proxy server
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