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OceanStor BCManager 6.5.0 eReplication User Guide 02

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The VMware snapshot protected group becomes invalid after vCenter is refreshed on the resource management page of the DR software.

The VMware snapshot protected group becomes invalid after vCenter is refreshed on the resource management page of the DR software.

Symptom

After the VMware snapshot protected group is created, disk files are created in the unprotected datastore and added to a protected VM.After the disk files are added, vCenter is refreshed on the resource management page of the DR software. An alarm is generated indicating that the storage resource plan for the VM do not meet the snapshot protection requirements. The VMware snapshot protected group becomes invalid.

Possible Causes

When the data storage capacity is insufficient, disk files are created in the unprotected datastore and added to a VM in the VMware snapshot protected group. As a result, the storage resource plan for the VM do not meet the snapshot protection requirements.

Procedure

  1. Expand the data storage capacity.
  2. On the vCenter management page, migrate the new disk files to the datastore after capacity expansion.
  3. Refresh vCenter on the resource management page of the DR software.
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Updated: 2019-05-21

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