2016-03-23 05:08 PM - last edited on 2016-03-24 06:46 AM by alissa
We have setup with vSphere 6, VCenter Appliance, and a Windows 2012 with the NetApp VSC plugin installed.
I can setup a backup-job, with snapshot of VM, and snapmirror of the volume.
When I run the job manully it works, but it won't run at the scheduled time.
It worked fine in VSC 6.1.
Has anyone seen this issue, og have any ideas what could be the reason ?
2016-03-25 06:17 AM
I was able to resolve the issue. Here's what I ended up doing:
After doing all of these steps backup jobs have all been running successfully since 6:00 PM EST yesterday!
2016-03-30 02:11 PM
I restartet the windows server with the VSC plugin, and after that it has run :-)
In the troubleshooting, I tried to modify the backup-job to run on a diffrent time, but i still runs at the time I configured at first.
So for me it seems to work ok, except for modify the backup time.
Perhaps I have to delete the job and create it again, if it should run on another time..... :-/
Regarding the controllers, I was not able to add them with TLS in VSC 6.2, but in 6.1 I was able to use TLS.
I don't know if it requies new certificates at the controllers ??
But anyway it works now :-)
2016-04-04 05:49 AM
We have the same issue with 6.2. The reboots changes nothing.
Complete Uninstall, delete files and reinstall with new configuration, still the same!
We try 6.1...
2016-04-06 06:12 AM
This is currently being tracked under Bug 996129
From what has been seen, this impacts backup jobs created or editted in VSC 6.2.
There are two work arounds that have been identified:
1. Revert to VSC 6.1. Note that it may be necessary to edit the affected backup jobs (simply modifying the description would be adequate).
2. After creating or editting a backup job in VSC 6.2, restart the NetApp SnapManager for Virtual Infrastructure service.
2016-05-02 12:03 PM
A new patch for VSC has been released, 6.2P1. It can be downloaded here:
VSC 6.2 merges the seperateness of VVOLs/VP in 6.0 and no VVOLs but integration with SnapCenter 1.0 of VSC 6.1.
2016-05-13 01:22 AM
I have tried to upgrade to VSC 6.2P1, but it failed - not the installation on the Windows server.
But afterward I wasn't able to run the backupjobs, or make new jobs.
When creating a new job, I reach the step, where I choose the volume, and then it says, that it cannot connect to the Virtual Storage Console - Make sure it is running.
I have then uninstalled the VSC 6.2p1, for comming back to a point where it was running, but I didn't succeed :-(
And after the uninstallation, I renamed the NetApp-folder, so it didn't bring some old configuration with in the to new installation.
I have also tried unregistering the in the ExtensionManager on the Vsphere Client.
I also installed a new Windows server, to make sure it wasn't on the server's registry there was some left over.
Now I finally managed to make it running again. - so my question is now.
What is the exact procedure for upgrading from VSC 6.2 -> VSC 6.2P1 ??
I also have som VM's that where I recieve this error:
2016-05-13 01:30:11,051 WARN - VMware Task "CreateSnapshot_Task" for entity "DKSXXXFRENFDC1v" failed with the following error: An error occurred while saving the snapshot: Failed to quiesce the virtual machine.
2016-05-13 01:30:11,067 WARN - Only a crash consistent backup will be taken for VM "DKSXXXFRENFDC1v" since VMware snapshot create operation failed.
2016-05-14 12:31 AM
I read your responses and I have the same problem, the scheduled won’t run. Today I update to VSC 6.2P1 and it works fine.
The update process is very simple, only start de setup process and it upgrade the version and the process, after finished it need to re-register the plug-in.
2016-07-01 12:23 AM
the reason, the jobs did not run is un the job itself - there is a end time in Year 292278994 - so very far away. To solve this, you must manually edit the xml file and then restart the smvi-service.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<quartz xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns="http://www.opensymphony.com/quartz/JobSchedulingData">
<cron-expression>0 50 12 * * ?</cron-expression>