has someone seen this before? I’ve done multiple failovers and yesterday this VM failed and won’t boot into OS I get the blue screen with recovery options I am attaching
any idea? thanks
Viola from Zerto here.
Please perform a force sync for the relevant VPG and try again to boot the recovery VM.
To run a force sync operation, navigate to the VPG’s tab within the Zerto GUI. Select the VPG you wish to synchronize, then select More -> Force Sync.
If this doesn’t get resolved, please submit a support ticket to further look at the issue.
hi I already opened a ticket – 00155888 – but I just wanted to know if someone from forums had that issue before.
Case: Re-sync was done.
Also azure support told me to extend C: partition capacity and that did not work and also told me to mount the VHD disk in a nested hyper-v virtual machine in Azure not sure why to do that I am asking them why?
anyway no luck so far I’ve clone the VM since I remember I had a similar issue for Windows 2008 I cloned the VM the clone did work but this time it did so right now I am updating all latest updates to the Windows 2012 R2 and failover again
I will keep you posted