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Hello, is it possible to say different service accounts for ms365 backup and give only the needed permissions to this dedicated users in the admin center of ms365 ? If yes can someone may share some information about, i was looking in the documentation but i dont find anything.May there is some documentation from commvault and / or Microsoft available ?Or should it be run over the modern authentication to dont have this issues ? Many thanks and best RegardsPhilipp
As the Kubernetes documentation is very light, I am not entirely certain as to how they function. 1.Full application restore: Does this cache/swap on disk on the VSA proxy before committing to the K8S environment? If so, are the disk space requirements detailed? Is it 100% of the application size?2.Out-of-place full application restore: Do we restore the config files and PVC? Do we edit the config to have the application connect to a new PVC?3.Will we be able to specify a PVC for restores? Or it just auto-creates based upon the new application name?4.For file level restores to a PVC, you are prompted for volume and path. Path is not covered in our documentation. What is the default location and what is the format for this? Will a browse button become available for path?Backup questions:1. Will we ever be able to read data in from the worker nodes directly? Or always worker to master to VSA?2.Customers may be using AKS or other services where the master node is outside of their Commva
One of my backups is failing with error 19:2248 -License is not consumed by agent [\] on client [\].
Hey guys. I happened to notice some of my backups that were scheduled last night didn’t actually run. I installed them a month or so ago as part of a POC, but am now getting this error.Any ideas where I should look?
Not sure why my restore is failing. I’m trying to restore data from Exchange Mailbox (Classic) agent to another client but the job fails with the below message: Description: Cannot start restore program on host [DSTCLIENT.domain.com*DSTCLIENT*8400] - a network error occurred or the product's services are not running. Source: MA, Process: fsIndexedRestore Please help!
I’m seeing really poor performance for a SQL Server database with a large FILESTREAM. The backup starts out quite fast and then quickly falls back to a much lower throughput. Checking the status tab of the backup operation, I can see that other databases on the same server are backing up quite fast in comparison to the FILESTREAM database.
Hi CV!I have an Azure SQL Database backup failing with the below errors in the Job Details: Error Code: [30:414] Description: Failed to export Azure database [AzureDbName] to Azure storage. Please look at the SQLiDA log for more details. Source: AzureSQLProxyCilent, Process: SQLiDA Checking the SQLiDA.log I can see that the database copy operation in the SQL Instance is succeeding, however exporting the BACPAC to the Azure Storage account configured in the agent properties is failing with the below error: The storage account cannot be accessed. Please check the storage account name and key and try again. SQLiDA.log shows errors trying to access the storage account. 10332 4 10/27 20:00:25 412305 ### CvAzureSQL.AzureSQL.LoggerDebug - Starting to copy from db [AzureDbName] to copied db [cv_copy_1603854025346_AzureDbName] in server [SQLAZUREVM]. 10332 4 10/27 20:01:47 412305 ### CvAzureSQL.AzureSQL.LoggerDebug - Finished copying from db [AzureDbName] to copied db [cv_copy_1603854
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