We are running livesync of about 190 VM's to prepare for a DC evacuation. It is VMware to VMware and we are using our secondary copy of the backup data to perform the sync.
We have one main client, several subclients, and then VM's buried in the subclients. So we have one subclient with about 80 VM's in it but they each have their own schedule for live sync. we also have subclients which only contain 1 vm.
The subclients with 1 VM work fine every night doing their nightly backups/aux copy/livesync/validation
Some of the VM's in the subclients with multiple VM's work, but most do not. Support has seen that it looks like 2 simultaneous jobs kick off, one with the client name and one with the VM name (schedules are named after the VM).
When this happens, the second job comes in and wipes out the boot disk causing it to fail and corrupt the VM. I have no idea how to fix this and nor can i find any secondary job that is running to cause this. Any ideas?