Monthly Archives: July 2012

Symantec Partnership

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Finally a Symantec partnership! Symantec has a large product portfolio amongst are 2 leading back-up solutions NetBackup (Enterprise) and BackupExec (smb). After a serious period of evaluating they now recognize the Go Que methodology for performance analyses. Resulting in a partnership!   As Go Que customer you now know that what we measure are facts and not just numbers!   Translated message of Symantec. […]

Event ID 55: The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. …

In my Hyper-V server I get an error message in the event log:

Event ID 55

The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume

I think that the volume is an ID of a Virtual hard disk, but how do I find which one?

Things I already tried:

mountvol.exe does not list the volume;

vssadmin list writers does not show the volume.

We suspect this happens when Backup Exec makes a shadow copy of a volume as it occurs as the backups are going. But how do we see which volume on which virtual machine is corrupt?

(We have a 5-cluster Hyper-V host, cluster shared volumes based on iSCSI, runing Server 2008R2 Datacentre edition).

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