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  4. Hello @Jens Kupka, thank you for sharing the information. If any problems arise, feel free to reach out to us once more.
  5. I think I have found a solution to change the max upload filesize. I activated the "expert"-mode and change the value from the parameter "http.max.upload.size" to 11GB (11000000000). (https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/User-Guide/Content/Settings/Expert-Mode.htm) The import has now been started and I hope that it runs successfully and that I can start my backups afterwards. If there are any problems, I will contact you again. Many thanks for your help so far. Kind regards, Jens
  6. Hello Mod, I have successfully completed the first three steps (step 4 has an error). 1. export the system configuration of the ‘old’ Nakivo installation (approx. 10 GB <- Yes, 10GB) 2. directories replicated 1:1 using ‘rsync’ 3. installation of the Nakivo package (both Nakivo versions (from old and new NAS) are identical in version (10.8.0.73174-70012). But there are problems with the fourth step. I get the following error message when trying to import the system configuration: ‘Cannot upload the file: Size of the file exceeds the allowed limit.’ In the export ZIP file there is a directory (tenants\0\plugin-settings) with 12,526 files (approx. 10GB content) with names like a UUID (an the binary content starts with "BHDB". This seems to be a problem. Is there a way to bypass/change the file size limitation or reduce the file size without affecting the target installation? Many thanks in advance for your support
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  8. Hello, @Jens Kupka, here how you can transition to your new Synology while moving your repositories, jobs, and licenses: 1) Export System Configuration from your current NAS. This step involves saving your current system settings, which include job configurations and license information. You can find detailed instructions on how to do this in our user guide: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/User-Guide/Content/Settings/General/System-Migration.htm 2) Copy the repository folder to the new NAS. Ensure you replicate the repository folder exactly as it exists on the old NAS. This action preserves all your backup data. More information on this process is available here: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/Knowledge-Base/Content/Frequently-Asked-Questions/Backup-Repository/Moving-a-Backup-Repository-to-a-New-Location.htm 3) Install and update NAKIVO Backup & Replication on the new NAS. After installing the product from the Synology App Center on your new NAS, make sure to update the application to the latest version. Instructions for manual updates can be found here: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/Knowledge-Base/Content/Installation-and-Deployment-Issues/Updating-Manually-on-Synology-NAS.htm 4) Finally, import the system configuration you exported from the old NAS. This step will restore your job settings and license details to the new system. Let us know if you need further assistance.
  9. Hello everyone, we are currently running the Nakivo application and the repositories on a Synology DS920+ (DSM 7.2.1) and want to move everything to a new Synology RS1221RP+ (DSM 7.2.1). How do we have to proceed to move everything 1:1 (clone) to the new NAS in order to be able to continue using the repositories, Jobs and licences? Many thanks in advance Jens
  10. Dear @Krisko Liva, We apologize for the issues you've encountered with your O365 backup. To help resolve your issue, please contact our NAKIVO Support Team directly (support@nakivo.com) and send us a support bundle: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/User-Guide/Content/Settings/Support-Bundles.htm This will allow our team to investigate your situation and try to provide a fix. Please let me know if you need more information. Best regards
  11. I'm testing O365 backup, and the first backup is endless. Many mailboxes failed, and I see no data traffic... so I have to cancel the job and start it again. It took me more than 15 days to backup 20 mailboxes, and still I am not finished. Does anyone have experience with this?
  12. Thanks, I really, appreciate your aportatation, for this problem and I have resolved. Again, thak you.
  13. @Ana Jaas, to update NAKIVO on your Synology DS1621+ with an AMD Ryzen 1500B, please follow our manual update guide here: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/Knowledge-Base/Content/Installation-and-Deployment-Issues/Updating-Manually-on-Synology-NAS.htm?Highlight=DSM At step 6, download PKG for AMD Ryzen 1500B CPU here: https://maglar.box.com/shared/static/drpedy89j4652zfcagspxqe8jtydnwc7.sh For any further assistance, feel free to request a remote support session. Best
  14. Dear @Argon, Thank you for your honest feedback. This helps us understand what our users need and how to improve our product moving forward. We have tried to be as clear as possible that this is only an agent-based approach to backing up Proxmox VE, and wanted to inform users who may not be aware of this approach in NAKIVO Backup & Replication. As for the native Backup Server Tool, it may have some advantages but it lacks several important capabilities such as multiple backup targets (for example, cloud) or recovery options (for example, granular recovery of app objects). We are continuously working on improving our software solution, and we are investigating native Proxmox support. Thank you once again for your input. Best regards
  15. @Ana Jaas, I'm sorry to hear about the difficulties you're experiencing. Please share your Synology device model, CPU version, and RAM to help our support team provide a swift resolution. You can also reach out directly to our support team at support@nakivo.com.
  16. I really like Nakivo but your support for Proxmox is shameful. You do not support Proxmox, you just suggest that we install your Linux agent on it, which has in fact been compatible for a long time since it is a Debian Linux and which involves making a backup of the entire system in his outfit. Are you riding the wind of industry panic with VMWare? This does not support HV Proxmox and this backup should be classified under physical backup of a linux host. But the worst thing is to say that this way of doing things is better than Proxmox Backup Server... I believe that you have not studied the competitor very well before trying to sell your product as "compatible". Your solution does not at all allow you to make a serious backup of VMs and CTs independently of the HV.
  17. Hello, thanks for answering... I was able to upload a transporter version on my QNAP device, it worked and is currently working. I tried to do the same with the sysnology transporter, download the updater and upload it for manual installation, but the following text box appeared... "This package requires DSM 7.0-40000 or later." My sysnology device has dsm 7.2.1 update 4. I think this error should not appear on my DSM version is within the DSM range that appears in the message. The updater that I downloaded is from the official nakivo website. I downloaded and tried two updaters and with both I got the same message. Sysnology Transporter package. Sysnology ARMv7 Transporter package. Help me pleaseeeee :(
  18. Hello, @LRAUS, We acknowledge the need for agentless support for Proxmox VE and plan to add this feature to our roadmap after investigation. However, we don't have an ETA yet. We'd appreciate knowing how important this is for you, so we can prioritize it accordingly. Your input is valuable in shaping our development efforts. Best
  19. Hello, @Clemilton. For the export and import of settings between Nakivo versions, it's important to note that we generally support the N-1 version approach and don't maintain a public repository of older releases. However, to assist with your specific situation, we can provide a link to download the Linux version of NAKIVO Backup & Replication 10.2. Please use the following link to access the installer: https://maglar.box.com/shared/static/ljsx7h9fyjko62nigfxqv98mqezcz82q.sh If you need further assistance, please contact our support team directly: support@nakivo.com
  20. Hello, @Clemilton, VMware vSphere 7.0.3 is officially supported in NAKIVO Backup & Replication starting from version 10.5.1 onwards. To ensure compatibility and to access the latest features and fixes, updating your NAKIVO software instance to a supported version is recommended. For more details on version compatibility and features, please refer to the Release Notes available in the Help Center: https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/Release-Notes/Content/Release-Notes.htm If you need further assistance, please contact our support team directly: support@nakivo.com
  21. Hi @Clemilton, the error "Import has failed: invalid LOC header (bad signature) (ZipException)" suggests data corruption in the export/import of configuration file data. To troubleshoot this, please provide: 1) Steps to reproduce the issue 2) The exported system configuration file from Nakivo 10.2 3) A support bundle from the new Nakivo 10.11 installation https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/User-Guide/Content/Settings/Support-Bundles.htm Upload the files at https://upload.nakivo.com/c/uploadPackage, mentioning ticket ID #245373 in the description. As a workaround, try copying the "userdata" folder from your Nakivo 10.2 installation to the same location on the 10.11 Director server: Linux: /opt/nakivo/director/userdata We'll review the provided data and work to identify the cause of the import failure. If you need further assistance, please contact our support team directly: support@nakivo.com
  22. Hi, Is agentless support coming as well? Large clusters can't use agent-based backups due to multiple VLANs, etc.
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