Welcome to the site, my name is Jeff and I have been working in the IT field since the early 90's. Most of what I post here is related to work that I do for the various companies that I have worked for over the years. Please feel free to look around ask questions or post comments (if available).
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I’ve been working with Microsoft on an issue that I am having with my DPM server. We have been doing some fairly intense logging, and today I enable several performance counters in an attempt to ascertain if something external is triggering this issue.
Odd thing happened today while I was setting up a server for someone. The RHEL 6 install went just fine, it found the network card, asked if I wanted to configure it via DHCP and all that. When the server rebooted, there was no eth0. When I ran ifconfig eth0 up, the adapter showed up, but then wouldn’t get an IP from DHCP. A quick look at the messages showed the following
HA/FDM fails to restart a virtual machine with the error: Failed to open file /vmfs/volumes/UUID/.dvsData/ID/100 Status (bad0003)= Not found
This came across my newsfeed last night and this morning, and before I lose the links I thought I’d post them up here.
The information I’m going to cover here was previously covered on TechNet. I’m posting this because this morning I came across an error in my PrintLogger script.To be fair it was an error in the script, there is something else going on. I have created a thread, but I don’t know if I’ll get much in the way of response, as the only hit on Google for the exact error message is a German site.
Yesterday I told you how I had decided to automate a portion of my DPM routine. As usual this got the fires burning and a second script was born. I would have told you about it yesterday but I wanted to make the appearance of doing actual work 😉