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Backup VM Shows VMs as Running When They Are Not

ellisdp

Active Newcomer
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Hi,

Using the TSM 6.2.2 BA client (and TSM 6.2.1 server) to backup VMs using vStorage.

This is working OK, the only odd issue I have is that when entering the "Backup VM" screen and displaying the list of VMs, many of the VMs are shown as running, when they are actually stopped (confirmed by going into vSphere Client).

E.g. click on a host which has 20 VMs, and 10 of them are shown as running, when only 1 actually is running.

It seems like it has an out of date view somehow, but I can't find any option to refresh it. Closing and reopening the BA Client does not resolve it.

This does not seem to prevent the "running" VMs from being backed up, it just seems odd that their status is shown wrongly.

Thanks

David
 

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