A week ago i got an email that one of our Virtual Machines latest backup had failed and was in an inconsistent state.
So tried to do a synchronization but that did not help. Then i tried removing the backup and adding it again. Now it would say it was ok, but it had only backed up 79MB. So i did a new synchronization and it failed with a Replica is Inconsistent and the error msg in the logs where
After my initial failure of replacing a NVME Caching card and hitting a bug in the 2016 version i was on, i replaced another one today. As we where starting our cluster out with Intel 750 drives, and these NVME PCIe cards only have 70gb of write’s pr day. So i decided to replace them with the Intel DC P3600. The first failed as can be seen here.
Now this is a cool new feature Microsoft has come up with. It allows you to mange your on premise servers with the Azure Portal. All you need to do is install a gateway server on your local network. Configure some steps in Azure, and install a small program and you are almost good to go.
Thought i should write a small post about setting up a Site to Site VPN between Azure Resource Manager and a Fortigate Firewall on 5.4.
Important thing to notice here. Use Route Based VPN Type on the Azure Virtual Network Gateway for this.
I used this guide to setup our Azure IPsec tunnel from Microsoft. I recommend using there guides when it comes to azure setup. Combine these with other relevant guides. Make sure they have been recently.