I was wondering if anyone has worked with TUAM and VEEAM for VMware in the past? (http://www.veeam.com/vm-backup-recovery-replication-software.html?ad=menu)
I would need to find a meaningful logs for all backup space occupied by each VM.
Thanks in advance for any hints
asmcleod 2700004QE899 Posts
Re: VEEAM2012-06-28T14:55:01ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Tommaso,
I hadn't heard of VEEAM prior to your post, so can't offer specific advice. I notice their web site's Resources section has a User Guide (registration required) - perhaps it contains information on logging, backups, etc. that might provide what you need?
Please keep us updated if you find anything interesting.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK150 Posts
Re: VEEAM2012-06-29T10:18:30ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- asmcleod 2700004QE8
I havnt found anything OOTB, but VEEAM has a MS powercli with specic cmdlets e.g. Get-VBRBackupSession that Im looking into using to create a CSV..It shuold be possible with some powercli skills.