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  2. Please note that support of the latest versions of RHEL, CentOS and Ubuntu is planned in the next releases. As for Debian support, there is no ETA as of yet.
  3. Oh, that's it so. I looked in the list and there is no recent Linux either. No Ubuntu 20.04 and no RHEL/Centos/Oracle 8. Too bad for Debian but ...
  4. As of now, Debian is not supported. Please check the following link with the full list of supported platforms - https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Deployment+Requirements
  5. The appliance is already deployed and backup several VMs. Now I want to add a linux server (debian) but installer fail when installing transporter.
  6. No, File indexing feature is not present in GA release of 10.0 version.
  7. Just another question about v10: In the blog was a description of the File System Indexing (https://www.nakivo.com/blog/nakivo-backup-replication-v10-beta-released/) Is this in the final of v10? Mario
  8. You may deploy the transporter as a Virtual Appliance https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Deploying+VMware+Virtual+Appliance
  9. Hello, I have a vm that became inaccessible. The esx was removed and now the vm is noted as inaccessible. So I added the vm in the job and that's fine. This backup can be done with no error. But now I still have an inaccessible vm in the job and I have a failed backup every time. How can I remove this inaccessible vm ?
  10. Hello, For a reason or another the transporter fail to install on a debian server. How can I install it manually ?
  11. It would be better to generate and send a support bundle https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Support+Bundles to NAKIVO support (support@nakivo.com) so they could check your infrastructure and logs and provide you with a proper 9.4.2 update packages.
  12. Please refer to the following article on how to add Wasabi account to NAKIVO https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Adding+Wasabi+Accounts
  13. How do you get the wasabi account into Nakivo
  14. I also would like to know how to get 9.4.2 Because I don't want to update to v10 yet, want to wait a while. I tried v10 but it has very bad performance issues.
  15. Hello Mario, In some rare cases, this issue could influence the consistency of backups. It could be checked for some specific VM by running Flash boot of VM/recovery point - whether it will be fine or not. Please generate and send us a new support bundle (https://helpcenter.nakivo.com/display/NH/Support+Bundles). You can copy the forum link into the ticket description and we will send you a link to the necessary updater.
  16. Thank you for the information. In the releasenote of v10 I found: Critical Issue of NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.4 The issue with the Skip unused blocks feature that in rare cases could potentially skip data blocks beyond unused space has been fixed in the current version. Users of NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.3 and earlier versions are not affected by this issue. If you are using NAKIVO Backup & Replication v9.4, make sure you do the following: Update NAKIVO Backup & Replication to v9.4.2 or v10.0. Re-run your jobs. Note that jobs with the enabled Skip unused blocks feature can take longer to complete. How do I know if I'm affected by this problem? Also there is noting about the release v9.4.2 in the releasenotes? Currently, I'm on v9.4.0.45189 and I don't like to move ASAP to v10, how do I get the 9.4.2? Thanks Mario
  17. We’re excited to announce that NAKIVO Backup & Replication v10 is out! This milestone brings support for VMware vSphere 7, backup to Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage, Linux-based workstation backups, and more! Learn the details and give it a try: https://www.nakivo.com/resources/releases/v10.0
  18. @NetworkWise Great. You are always welcome
  19. Okay that's what i thought but i wanted to confirm.
  20. Yes, in this case it is possible to create a repository on this device (iSCSI target is mounted to the transporter machine on the OS level and the repository is created as a local folder).
  21. The RDX is a network device, you see the web interface here https://youtu.be/0Bvzh_RsBPM?t=1236. It looks like each drive or volume can be a iscsi target that could be connected to the nakivo server and then a backup repository could be created on those iscsi drive targets right?
  22. RDX is not supported as a Tape Library.
  23. @Official Moderator The use case for this would be to archive data on to the cartridges for long term storage and to follow the 3-2-1 backup rule https://www.nakivo.com/blog/3-2-1-backup-rule-efficient-data-protection-strategy/
  24. It will work in case of using as logical storage without cartridge rotation or for each cartridge separately. It was not tested as Emulated Tape library. Please describe your use case in details for detailed analysis.
  25. Thank you for your suggestion. We have forwarded your request to our Product Team for possible further implementation.
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