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How to forcibly stop jobs with stuck in ‘stopping’ status

Postby chicagotech » Wed Jun 07, 2017 12:08 pm

Quoted from Veeam

1.Close the Veeam Backup & Replication console.
2.Stop all services that begin with Veeam.
3.Open the Task Manager on the Veeam Server and kill all VeeamAgent.exe processes.
Note: Some VeeamAgent.exe process will be located on Source Proxies and Windows Repositories that are not the Veeam Server.
4.Wait 5-10 minutes for the tasks to timeout and fail.
5.Remove snapshots from VM(s) that are part of the stuck jobs. (If they have not been already removed).
6.Start the services that were stopped in step 2.
***Repeat Steps 2 –4 on each Proxy and Repository used by the Job.
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