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Re: Connecting VTL to Cloud Storage

Postby yaroslav (staff) » Mon Jan 13, 2020 5:22 pm

Hello,

Could you please trigger the error again and send me the logs? It will be easier for me to analyze them then. Thanks.
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Re: Connecting VTL to Cloud Storage

Postby kbtech » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:49 am

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Re: Connecting VTL to Cloud Storage

Postby yaroslav (staff) » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:12 pm

Hello,

Here is what we found in StarWind Cloud Replicator logs:

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Content-Type : application/json
Accept : */*
Host : localhost
User-Agent : StarWind Service
Content-Length : 182
{"AccountName":"kbtechbackup""AccountKey":"C3zyhyEheRmhrKR/0AQ2rUTbVRH2muQjUljjRD5QDKKaYVh2HgsWjmCY95DaIc/WXvVn5qoHTpQiwGJg4fQPXg==""ContainerName":"veeambackup""Region":"Public"}

2020/01/16 07:47:18.033 [12] Cloud replicator with name SimpleFileTransferReplicator is not supported.
2020/01/16 07:47:19.018 [12] Cloud replicator with name SimpleFileTransferReplicator is not supported.
2020/01/16 07:47:19.058 [33] Error: AzureAccessTiersAreNotSuppored. Message: Access tiers are not supported for storage account kbtechbackup. Error code: 440
2020/01/16 07:47:19.073 [12] Validate settings for container: veeambackup. Result: AzureAccessTiersAreNotSuppored


Let me interpret what that means. While connecting to Azure Blob storage, VTL runs validation tests to see if storage tiers are available. Based on the reply we get, validation cannot be run as it should due to Azure account settings (i.e., storage tiering is disabled or unavailable). This may be happening if you use General-purpose v1 account; try switching to General-purpose v2 storage as access tiers are supported by v2 storage type only. That's why you get that error.
Long story short, a possible fix is checking Azure account settings and using General-purpose v2 storage.
Any feedback appreciated.
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Re: Connecting VTL to Cloud Storage

Postby kbtech » Wed Jan 22, 2020 8:34 am

Thanks for your help, that did the trick.
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Re: Connecting VTL to Cloud Storage

Postby yaroslav (staff) » Wed Jan 22, 2020 10:13 am

Hi,

I am happy to know that!
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