Replication stalls after reverting to a snapshot if this snapshot was taken while replication was paused. Error in recovery plan when shutting down protected virtual machines: If you perform a test recovery too rapidly after performing a cleanup following a previous test recovery, the recovery can fail with the error File already exists. SRM tasks that are cleaned up too quickly cause the ManagedObjectNotFound exception SRM tasks are removed from the vmware-dr service one minute after the tasks have completed. You performed a test recovery but test cleanup has not been completed before you attempt to upgrade. The storage backing virtual disk VM
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Subsequent runs of the recovery plan fail at the same Configure Storage step for the same virtual machine with the error The specified key, name, or identifier already exists.
To upgrade an existing SRM 5. If the error persists, temporarily turn off DPM and ensure the ESX hosts managing the replicated datastores on the protected side are turned on before attempting to run reprotect. This fix resolves the issue described in KB Short network communication interruptions can cause SRM Server to wait forever If network communication between the protected and recovery sites is interrupted for less than five minutes, SRM Server can become unresponsive.
The SRM logs show the error Panic: Reconfigure the replication on the new vSphere Replication server. If you run a test recovery or a planned arm and the recovery plan fails with vvmware specific exception, the LUN used for storing replication data has been temporarily disconnected from ESXi.
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager Release Notes
For information, see KB The Site Recovery Manager Compatibility Matrixes guide lists all compatible versions of VMware vSphere components, and also lists supported databases and guest operating systems.
This occurs because hostd fails the shut down and power off operations during virtual machine migration. Replication stalls after reverting to a snapshot if this snapshot was taken wrm replication was paused. Upgrading from SRM vmwarf. If you experience this behavior, you can configure the cleanup time by setting the Topology.
SRM stops during an attempt to protect an already reprotected array-based virtual machine using vSphere Replication. Test recovery of a virtual machine with RDM fails at the Configure Storage step while powering on the virtual machine.
SRM now checks whether datastore names are valid, and throws the following exception if they are not:.
If you have a cluster with multiple hosts on the recovery site, all the placeholder datastores must be available to all the hosts in the cluster, otherwise swapping virtual machines can fail. Click Finish when the installation completes.
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 5.5.1.x Release Notes
This has been fixed. In most cases, installation succeeds, but the Windows event log records an MsiExec error.
Rerun the cleanup operation. This has been fixed.
Placeholder VM creation error: SystemException “The parameter is incorrect. Running multiple vCenter Server instances in linked mode causes duplicate SRM roles to appear If you configure the vCenter Server instances on the protected and recovery sites to run in linked mode, duplicate SRM roles appear in the Assign Permissions window.
What’s New in SRM 5. The RHEL network service would pick up the first entry in that file, namely the old gateway setting on the protection site, and would not pick up the gateway changes specified by the user during customization. Vmwre issue has been fixed by introducing client-side timeouts on the waitforupdate call.
This was inconsistent with the API documentation. SRM tasks that are cleaned up too quickly cause the ManagedObjectNotFound exception SRM tasks are removed from the vmware-dr service one minute after the tasks have completed.
VMware vCenter Site Recovery Manager 5.0.1 Release Notes
Go to the VRM Server configuration interface at https: Using SRM to protect virtual machines within vCloud resource pools virtual machines deployed to an Organization is not supported. If this is a test recovery, complete a cleanup operation and run the test again.
When the source or target vSphere Replication server and the storage are under heavy load, moving a replication can take more than a few minutes and can result in the timeout error.