Posts tagged 6.1
The hype around the new vSphere 5.1 is going strong these days, and many people downloaded and installed it as soon as the binaries were available. Many of them installed it upgrading their current 5.0 environment, but they got many problems with Veeam 6.1 jobs failing with errors.
In one sentence: vSphere 5.1 is NOT supported on Veeam 6.1. You need to wait for 6.5. Dot.
If you care about your environment, your due diligence is to check before all the release notes coming out from VMware along with the new release. There are many changes that involve many aspects, and in More >
On august 15 Veeam has released the first patch for Veeam Backup & Replication 6.1. The new build is numbered 22.214.171.124, and to install it you need to have already in place the 6.1 version (126.96.36.199). At this address:
you can check the release notes and download the patch. Apart from the usual fixes you can expect from a patch, I would like to highlight some improvements:
“Increased synthetic full transformation, and reverse incremental backup performance (up to a few times depending on backup storage)”. For sure transform operations and reverse incremental are heavy on the I/O of the backup storage, and More >
Few minutes ago Veeam released its new Veeam Backup & Replication 6.1
For those among you going to install it or upgrading from 6.0, there are some important news.
New Console For sure the most notable news is the renewed console, completely redesigned following Microsoft UX (User eXperience) guidelines to streamline user interactions and seamlessly blend with other Windows management tools. For example, the ribbon toolbar helps you quickly see all possible actions associated with the currently selected object. And multiple task-focused management trees allow you to find things easily—for example, you can use the VM tree to quickly find and add new More >