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replication status planned reference point creation

Hi, I have a dedicated windows 2k16 std hyper-v server that replicates to another hyperv server using standard windows replication. We have 9 VMs. I wanted to check the replication status from hyper-v manager and I saw that for 2 servers, the status was
"planned - reference point creation" (translated from french).

Now all VMs are configured to replicate every 15 minutes with 4 snapshots per hour, all configured the same way. If I check in the hyperv console, like all other VMs, every 15 minutes I see that those 2 servers are replicating successfully, showing in the
status. Looking at "view replication status", all ok, green checkmark, last updated a couple of minutes ago. So all seems fine, but I was wondering why those 2 VMs are showing this in the status column in hyperv manager and how I can remove this.

Hope it’s clear.

Thanks

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replication status planned reference point creation

Hi, I have a dedicated windows 2k16 std hyper-v server that replicates to another hyperv server using standard windows replication. We have 9 VMs. I wanted to check the replication status from hyper-v manager and I saw that for 2 servers, the status was
"planned - reference point creation" (translated from french).

Now all VMs are configured to replicate every 15 minutes with 4 snapshots per hour, all configured the same way. If I check in the hyperv console, like all other VMs, every 15 minutes I see that those 2 servers are replicating successfully, showing in the
status. Looking at "view replication status", all ok, green checkmark, last updated a couple of minutes ago. So all seems fine, but I was wondering why those 2 VMs are showing this in the status column in hyperv manager and how I can remove this.

Hope it’s clear.

Thanks

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Hyperv replication warning even though everything is working

Hi, I have 2 Windows 2016 hyper-v servers. First is master, second is only to receive replications, pretty basic. I have 9 VMs. If I look at the replication integrity, they are all working fine. Last successfull replication is always just a couple of minutes
old (replicating every 15 minutes). 

But for some, I have a warning which is; 

Time duration since the last successful application consistent checkpoint has exceeded the warning limit

Even if I reset the stats, the warning stays. You can see the problem discussed here; https://www.reddit.com/r/WindowsServer/comments/885272/time_duration_since_the_last_successful/

How can I get rid of that warning? They are all 100% successfull replication.

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Can’t replicate VMs because replica server has less virtual cpus

Hi, I have 2 dedicated Windows 2k16 Hyper-V servers. 1 for production, the other only to receive replication through hyper-v replication (standard configuration). Just a note here, I have done multiple configurations like this.

So the replica server is brand new. I have 4 VMs, all Windows 2012 r2. So I have the same problem for all VMs. At the end of the initial replica, always around 95%, I get an error. Looking in the event viewer of the prod hyper-v, it says that at some point,
the replication server refused the connection (event 32552).

Looking at the replica server event viewer, I see that it cannot put the necessary cpu number because too big (hyper-v prod has 16 vcpus, all VMs configured with 16 vcpus, while the replica server has only 8 vcpu). Event 14420 (all in hyper-v-vmmsoperational).
Both server with Intel cpu.

My guess is to configure in each vm the cpu compatibility option but before announcing to the client that I have to stop all VMs to configure this, I wanted an opinion on my solution, or if other solution exist so that I don’t have to turn off the VMs.

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Hyper-v 2k16 cannot reboot – stays at shutting down hyper-v services

Hi, we have a brand new dedicated hyper-v server with 2k16 and created a brand new VM which is a Win2k16 server also. Very basic. When we reboot the physical hyper-v server, it stays at shutting down hyper-v services endlessly.

We found out that if we RDP in the VM and shutdown the VM, after that the hyper-v server reboots correctly so it looks like hyper-v is not capable of shutting down the VM. BTW the vm, in the shutdown config it is configured to shut down. In the event viewer
of the hyper-v server, I don’t see any error messages pointing me to a problem so I don’t know how to resolve this.

I understand that I could just shutdown the vm then reboot the hyper-v server but the IT guy on site asked me to resolve it. 

Any ideas where I could look to resolve this?

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