We used HV Backup on several systems and it works great. Thanks for releasing it.
On a new 2012 Hyper-V setup we're running into the error below. We're running version 1.0 beta1.
We're backing up 4 VMs. It will back up a few and then throw this error. If I reboot the host I can back up a few again and then the error will pop up. Rerunning the job won't work unless I reboot the host.
What doesn't make sense is where CRM4-AutoRecovery.avhdx is coming from or why this error happens.
Error: Entry "\?\GLOBALROOT\Device\HarddiskVolumeShadowCopy4\VHDs\CRM 4\CRM4-AutoRecovery.avhdx" not found in snapshot
at Cloudbase.Titan.HyperV.Backup.BackupManager.AddPathToZip(String snapshotPath, Int32 volumePathLength, ZipFile zf, String vmPath, IList
1 components, IDictionary
at Cloudbase.Titan.HyperV.Backup.BackupManager.BackupFiles(String backupOutputPath, String backupOutputFormat, IList
2 volumeMap, IDictionary2 snapshotVolumeMap, IDictionary
2 vmNamesMap, Int32 compressionLevel)
2 vmNamesMapSubset, String backupOutputPath, String backupOutputFormat, Int32 compressionLevel)
at Cloudbase.Titan.HyperV.Backup.BackupManager.VSSBackup(IEnumerable`1 vmNames, VMNameType nameType, String backupOutputPath, String backupOutputFormat, Boolean singleSnapshot, Int32 compressionLevel)
at Cloudbase.Titan.HyperV.Backup.CLI.Program.Main(String args)
I started seeing the same error. The path is probably odd because it is a shadowcopy.
The real problem is that looks like the file is missing. I don't even know why is it supposed to exist, since that VM doesn't have snapshots at all and file doesn't exist on disk.