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The recovery instance used as a source for failback must have permissions to access AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery via API calls. This is done using instance profile for the underlying EC2 instance. The instance profile must include the AWSElasticDisasterRecoveryRecoveryInstancePolicy in addition to any other policy you require the EC2 instance to have. By default, the launch settings that DRS creates for source servers already have an instance profile defined that includes that policy and that instance profile will be used when launching a Recovery Instance.
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We recommend running SHA512 checksum verification on the DRS Failback Client prior to using it with the DRSFA client. You can verify the checksum at the following address: -elastic-disaster-recovery-hashes-REGION.s3.amazonaws.com/latest/failback_livecd/aws-failback-livecd-64bit.iso.sha512
The DRSFA client has a one-time installation. The DRSFA client will be installed in the drs_failback_automation_client directory. Once you've successfully ran the command above and installed the client, you can delete the DRSFA client installer from your server by running the following command:
If failback replication has already been started for some of the recovery instances, the console will prompt you whether you want to skip the instances that are already in failback or restart replication for those instances.
The Client will identify the recovery instances that will be failed back to their original VMs and list them. The client will then prompt you whether you would like to continue. Choose Y to continue.
When you recover a replication of an encrypted VM with enabled multiple point in time (MPIT) snapshots, the VM encryption is not applied to the point in time (PIT) snapshots that are created after the recovery. The attempt to revert to a snapshot of the recovered encrypted VM fails with the following error: Unable to open the snapshot file.
If you remove from the cluster, which is configured with Native Key Provider, all hosts to which the target datastore is attached, the existing replications remain in OK state. However, if you try to perform а recovery, the recovery fails and the replication goes into Error state.
If you configure a replication to a VMFS datastore and then reconfigure any disk of this group to be replicated to a vSAN datastore (while the VM home is still configured to a VMFS datastore), when you try to perform a test recovery, it fails with the following error:
By default, when you power on the vSphere Replication appliance, a vSphere Installation Bundle (VIB) is installed on all supported ESXi hosts in the vCenter Server inventory where the appliance is deployed. The automatic installation of the VIB file might fail due to different reasons.
In rare cases VRMS might stop during recovery immediately after registering the recovered virtual machine in the target vCenter Server. The last recovery error in the replication details panel says VRM Server was unable to complete the operation. When VRMS restarts, it cleans up the files for the partially recovered virtual machine. In some cases, it fails to unregister the virtual machine from the target vCenter Server. Subsequent recovery attempts show an error in the recovery wizard that the selected virtual machine folder already contains an entity with the same name.
When you use vSphere Replication to run a recovery on a virtual machine, it fails, and the status of the replication is not 'Recovered'. The virtual machine is registered in the vCenter inventory, but when you try to power it on, it fails with error: File [datastorename] path/vmname.vmx was not found. The virtual machine registration as part of the vSphere Replication recovery workflow can succeed in vCenter Server, but the response might not reach the vSphere Replication Management Server due to a transient network error. vSphere Replication reverts the replication image and reports a failed recovery task due to virtual machine registration error. If you initiate another recovery, it fails with a message that a virtual machine with the same name is already registered in vCenter Server.
You can override certain installation parameters specific to your needs. These parameters can be specified using a systems administration tool or the command line interface. When you mark specific installation options for override during installation, you can use the following optional parameters to modify the Jump Client installer for individual installations. Note that if a parameter is passed on the command line but not marked for override in the /login administrative interface, the installation fails. If the installation fails, view the operating system event log for installation errors.
You can also override certain installation parameters specific to your needs. When you mark specific installation options for override during installation, you can use the following optional parameters to modify the Jump Client installer for individual installations. Note that if a parameter is passed on the command line but not marked for override in the /login administrative interface, the installation fails. If the installation fails, view the operating system event log for installation errors.
I have managed to flash the TX2 ok but failed to install the SDK. I have the host with 192.168.55.100 and TX2 with the 192.168.55.1, I can ping each other all ok. I can see the L4T-README folder on the host. Except Install SDK components on your Jetson TX2 fails with the error Baz@192.168.55.1: Permission denied (publickey.password).
hii use linux18.04 to flash jetpack 4.2, follow #2,I really do flashed the OS ,but Jetson SDK (target) installation failed, it also failed in both linux 16.04 and 18.04 lots times.I use carry board j120, is this the problem? by the way, my host both tried PC and laptop, all failed. I really have no idea how should I do. it gone 1 month since I decided to flash jetpack 4.2.all situation seems like others who failed too. The key is may is contact, can I install the cuda by manual ?o ,I cannot see the L4T-README folder in the host ,but can see in tx2.I guess because 18.04 do not have the USB network ,if this ,how can I add the USB network ,I Google a lot, have no result .
Flash itself does not install extra packages. The default checklist of what to do includes flashing and then install, but it is possible for flash to succeed and then have package install fail if the USB virtual networking is not set up correctly.
Hi, so I was installing lineage OS 14.1 (android 7.1) in my raspberry pi 3B. Android 7.1 runs much faster than android 10 on this model. I got lineage OS running fine on it but when I got into recovery mode to install Gapps, it would not leave recovery mode. The Gapps installation seemed to have gone smoothly, but now every time I hit reboot it just boots back into recovery! Do you have any fixes?
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I did something incredibly stupid today. I renamed /system/bin/sh to /system/bin/sh.old.bak on my rooted Huawei y536a1 running 4.4.3 KK. I was going to install a app I thought might overwrite it and wanted a backup. I intended to copy it to another location in the path or link it, then rename in bin. In my haste, I simply renamed it and couldn't install app w/o shell, lost root, thus eliminating any easy method I know of to fix. I rooted with kingroot (not kingo) because I currently do not have a computer. I have no system backup, foolish, I know. I do have the original factory .img file, a pre-rooted .img file, (the only way to properly root and install a recovery) twrp recovery and a code to unlock the bootloader. Since I didn't have a computer I used kingroot. The phone is still functional. Unfortunately I don't know what to do now. I have limited linux knowledge (obviously). I am afraid to reboot, not knowing what will happen. I can get access to a computer. The file needs to be renamed, but I lost write access to the system. Is there anyway to use adb to rename or push another file on there, or fix by rebooting into recovery? I would prefer a solution the wouldn't wipe my phone, but I realize my options are quite limited. I don't even know if a factory reset or flashing either of the images will work. Any help/advice is greatly appreciated. 041b061a72