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  • Re: VSA Metadata collection failed ... Offset out of range

    Hello, how went this further? I have the same Issue with an linux VM with three Disks on V11 SP6+ and VMware: Disk 1 (four partitions): 1: Linux native Partition 2: Linux Swap 3: Linux LVM 4: Linux LVM Disk 2: - Linux LVM Disk 3: - Linux LVM Hopefully anyone has an idea, which disc/partition causes the problem and why.Best Regards Christoph&nbsp
    Posted to Backup and Recovery (Forum) by Christo on April 21, 2017

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