Hello Experts - I am regularly having backup issues using Veeam and ESXi 4.1. I replicate all of my backups offsite each evening using Veeam 7. Every few weeks I start seeing errors that a replication has failed. Checking the Veeam logs always shows its a problem with file locking. If I attempt to "Revert to current snapshot" in VMware I get the following error:
A general system error occurred: Failed to lock the file
There are no .lck files in the datastore. I'd like to understand why this happens and how I can unlock the file without restarting the physical host each time.
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