I am currently presenting a problem with my Production VDP, it is doing the backups without problems, but at the time of restoring the VM, I have already tested with three servers, and at the time of finishing the restuariation, I start the VM and it tells me that it does not find The operating system.
Checking the logs of the VDP, it indicates that it does not find the datastore where the VM is located, reason why it can not read the disk, and then the disk becomes corrupted, causing the restoring to fail. Additional error 1011 indicates me, the error makes reference that at the moment of doing the snapshot the same one is corrupted.
Similarly, restart the VDP, and re-register it in the vCenter and the problem persists.
My plan of action is to reinstall VDP again, but the VDP that is causing me problems I'm going to turn it off, I'm going to change its name, apply a storage vmotion so that its files take the new name. It is advisable to apply a storage vmotion to a VDP, it would not affect anything correct ?.
To then deploy the new VDP with the same data from the previous VDP and host it in the same datastore and test a backup and restore.
Annex printer of a VM after the restoration, so that they can see the error.
Indicates that they are trying to boot through the network, check the BIOS to modify the order of the disk
If you have any other comments I would appreciate it.