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Disk to disk migration error. Operation failed due to a virtual disk service error (ID: 360) RRS feed

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  • DPM 2012 SP1

    I am trying to remove a disk from DPM.  Here's the output.

    ./migratedatasourcedatafromdpm.ps1 -dpmservername dpmserver -source $disk[2] -destination $disk[0]

    Set-ProtectionGroup : The operation failed due to a virtual disk service error

    (ID: 360)

    Retry the operation.

    At C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center

    2012\DPM\DPM\bin\MigrateDatasourceDataFromDPM.ps1:111 char:3

    +         Set-ProtectionGroup $mpg

    +         ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Remove-DPMDisk : Disk 0 cannot be removed from the storage pool because it

    contains storage pool volumes. (ID: 355)

    At C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center

    2012\DPM\DPM\bin\MigrateDatasourceDataFromDPM.ps1:113 char:2

    +     Remove-DPMDisk $Source

    +     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (:) [Remove-DPMDisk], InvalidDiskE

       xception

        + FullyQualifiedErrorId : DiskContainsSpmVolumes,Microsoft.Internal.Enterp

       riseStorage.Dls.UI.Cmdlet.RemoveDPMDisk

    I checked the individual disk for data sources and it does still have legitimate data sources on it.

    Thanks for the help.


    Thursday, January 29, 2015 10:46 PM

All replies

  • Hi,

    From the message, the process failed when performing "remove-DPMDisk" cmdlet.

     It mentioned that "Disk 0 cannot be removed from the storage pool because it contains sotrage pool volumes", could you get any information with get-dpmdisk and get-dpmvolume? It could be caused if a volume on Disk 0 is added to a storage pool or removed from a storage pool but still in database. 

    Please also check your storage pools to see if disk0 is included in any of them. 


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    Monday, February 2, 2015 2:12 AM
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  • Yes Disk 0 is still in the storage pool.  Any disk size additions made are not using that disk though.  So there are old volumes still on disk 0.
    Thursday, February 5, 2015 4:47 PM
  • Hi,

    Have you tried to manually remove it from disk? Open the console, go to Protection. Click on All - it will show some with Inactive protection. Right-click on the group/member and remove the data. This will remove the data from the disk.


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    Tuesday, February 10, 2015 2:54 AM
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