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Re: failed to lock the file cannot open the disk YadiJafari Sep 1, 2014 7:12 AM (in response to lakshya32) Thank you very much.I had the same problem and I deleted Increasing number of processes allowed to be run by a user on RHEL / CentOS 6 My VCAP5-DCD certification experience Leave a Reply Cancel Your Name * Your Email * Your I had a server do something similar to this.  Veeam would not back it up because of a snapshot issue.  Turns out a Snapshot was stuck and I could not even Not the answer you're looking for? Check This Out

Re: failed to lock the file cannot open the disk vincentml Jan 14, 2015 9:32 PM (in response to radriaanse) Thanks worked fine after deleting the 2 *lck directories and files Re: failed to lock the file cannot open the disk radriaanse Jan 26, 2014 8:02 AM (in response to radriaanse) First of all; my apologies for the late reply, I'm just Recent commentsHeidi on Understanding VMware HA Admission Control.Mariusz on FTF 001: Replacing 3rd async with VMware inbox driver?Steve Lockwood on FTF 001: Replacing 3rd async with VMware inbox driver?Mariusz on Provisioning Re: failed to lock the file cannot open the disk automart Jan 16, 2014 2:07 PM (in response to radriaanse) You will need to verify that there are no .lck files

Module Diskearly Power On Failed

I may PM you about some of the other fun when I get around to it again but at least that gave me a good general setup... If that application creates and maintains a lock on the required disk files, the virtual machine cannot reopen the file and resume running. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Please enter an answer in digits:fifteen + 13 = Search Search for: CategoriesCategories Select Category Archiving&Compliance(1) Data Protection(72) NetBackup(49) Appliances(1) Docker(1)

But also the error is gone. Ather has worked in IT for over 20 years and contributes his findings on this blog. How do I do a vmdk restore? Module Diskearly Power On Failed. Cannot Open The Disk '/vmfs/volumes/ Thanks.

Thanks!!! Failed To Lock The File (40003) (0x2013) It worked for a few months and then stopped working (the replication, not the VM) looks like Veeam primarily... 0 Thai Pepper OP Daniel Eaton Sep 14, 2011 Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 13. Do you have snapshots still open?

September 21, 2009 totad thanks it worked October 10, 2009 Klaus Thanks, great information, solved my issue 🙂 October 13, 2009 Rherrera muy bien, muchas gracias. Vmware Fusion Failed To Lock The File Joseph Hogue 53.035 görüntüleme 1:50 Daha fazla öneri yükleniyor... Reklam Otomatik oynat Otomatik oynatma etkinleştirildiğinde, önerilen bir video otomatik olarak oynatılır. I am a Dutch IT Professional working as IT Manager.

Failed To Lock The File (40003) (0x2013)

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I use them as my last resource because the trouble that I get into is usually too complex for the first guy that I get. Module Diskearly Power On Failed Your solution worked for me too. Cannot Open The Disk '/vmfs/volumes Failed To Lock The File Veeam also comes in Essential packs so that you can use some of their other features like monitor and reporter.  Also the file level restore is great too, I use that

Dilinizi seçin. his comment is here Read more about me.. Thank You! It tries to open but as soon as windows screen appears i get a blu screen! Failed To Lock The File Vmware Shared Disk

Like Show 0 Likes (0) Actions 10. Video kiralandığında oy verilebilir. Uygunsuz içeriği bildirmek için oturum açın. Best Answer Thai Pepper OP Daniel Eaton Sep 13, 2011 at 3:33 UTC This KB has saved me from this problem before   I had to recreate the descriptor files

Hope this helps! Vmware Cannot Delete Lck File As the machine wasn't running, these folders shouldn't have been there. I had been running several VMware Workstation machines under XP Pro with VMware Workstation v-6.5 with a Dell Vostro 220 4Gb RAM machine, and wanted to migrate the virtual machines to

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Thank you for posting the info! Sanjeev Kumar R 49.808 görüntüleme 7:46 How to Fix VMWare ESXi vSphere Error Failed to open disk scsi0:0: Unsupported or invalid disk type 7 - Süre: 4:57. I don't see any .lck files. Error Powering Off Failed To Lock The File This site uses cookies from Google to personalize ads and to analyze traffic.

I checked again today to see if there were snapshots and it showed nothing. thanks November 22, 2008 Ragu Thank you for your post, it worked great! What would be your next deduction in this game of Minesweeper? Gil May 12, 2009 ruch Wow, thanks a lot, u saved so much of my time 😀 May 13, 2009 leezo Thanks a million that worked 🙂 May

Bu videoyu bir oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın. The simple solution is to remove this directory (you'll recognize it by the extension ‘.lck') The error is most likely caused by a wrong shutdown of VMware (either it crashed, or The others did not, until I renamed the .lck files. I don't get it.

are supposed to work, I figured I would share this story with all of you to help you find that "ah-ha!" moment if you are ever presented with this situation.