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CBT metadata vdi in XenCenter Storage Virtual Disks


Robert Madrian

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Hello,

we use Vinchin Backup with CBT to backup our VM's - in XenCenter Storage Virtual Disks I can see now second vdisk for every VM vdisk with 

the same name but no Size and Virtual Machine Name...
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if I use  xe vdi-list on that SR I see that this disk are of type=CBT metadata

 

uuid ( RO)                    : ca20ecb8-f9a1-4a87-a4d5-7d29ace305a3
              name-label ( RW): DISK_C_System
        name-description ( RW): WKKRADIUSA
           is-a-snapshot ( RO): true
             snapshot-of ( RO): df5f6b21-2677-4729-90ea-bdacc1e5fcd0
               snapshots ( RO):
           snapshot-time ( RO): 20211021T09:33:37Z
      allowed-operations (SRO): generate_config; update; forget; destroy
      current-operations (SRO):
                 sr-uuid ( RO): ec8b6c74-aa6c-6b88-cac9-2932c036b20b
           sr-name-label ( RO): LUN_HP3PAR_OS_01
               vbd-uuids (SRO):
         crashdump-uuids (SRO):
            virtual-size ( RO): 0
    physical-utilisation ( RO): 0
                location ( RO): ca20ecb8-f9a1-4a87-a4d5-7d29ace305a3
                    type ( RO): CBT metadata
                sharable ( RO): false
               read-only ( RO): false
            storage-lock ( RO): false
                 managed ( RO): true
     parent ( RO) [DEPRECATED]: <not in database>
                 missing ( RO): false
            is-tools-iso ( RO): false
            other-config (MRW): content_id: /No content: this is a cbt_metadata                                                                                                                                                              VDI/
           xenstore-data (MRO):
               sm-config (MRO): vhd-parent: 89f132a7-1a3f-4a57-9920-18374a84e8f0                                                                                                                                                             ; read-caching-enabled-on-c9b318b0-8380-4264-8544-f54292d24570: false; vdi_type:                                                                                                                                                              vhd; read-caching-reason-c9b318b0-8380-4264-8544-f54292d24570: SR_NOT_SUPPORTED
                 on-boot ( RW): persist
           allow-caching ( RW): false
         metadata-latest ( RO): false
        metadata-of-pool ( RO): <not in database>
                    tags (SRW):
             cbt-enabled ( RO): true

 

so is this the normal behavior in XenCenter?

 

robert

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