Not sure what the default is on Rocky Linux, but there is a kernel configuration value kernel.printk that controls the level of alerts sent to the system console. You will want to adjust this. So people doing debugging want much higher levels of alerts. I am guessing you probably want something like your console alert value to be 3, or maybe 2.
I suggest a ...
I'm new to Hyper-V but shouldn't inter-VM communication be done through a Private or Internal Switch?
"Hyper-V’s Private Switch
The private switch allows communications among the virtual machines on its host and nothing else. Even the management operating system is not allowed to participate. This switch is purely logical and does not use any physical ...
THere really is none. As you can see in the case that if you use a cluster setup, they all live in the same cluster shared volume.
If the VM impacts performance you have a SERIOUS problem on the performance. Same with SSD longevity.
I checked the link status (Get-Netadapter | select interfaceDescription, Name, Linkspeed) on Powershell and found it running on 100Mbps. Changed the speed settings of the port on my network switch where the server is connected to from Auto and forced it to run on speed 1000. This solved my problem. Check if this helps.
Since you're just looking to recover a file from the backup consider mounting the backup VHDX read-only and just copying the file your need from the backup. Mounting a specific version can be a little more involved than just mounting the last backup since you'll need to expose the snapshot first.
Do a wbadmin show versions and locate the GUID of the "...
Same method as the accepted answer, but without the need for PowerShell
dism /Mount-Image /ImageFile:C:\Backup.vhdx /Index:1 /MountDir:C:\Mount
dism /Capture-Image /ImageFile:C:\Backup.wim /CaptureDir:C:\Mount /Name:Backup
Dism /Unmount-Image /MountDir:C:\Mount /Discard
If you are handling VM:s with a solution as LabBuilder, you might actually have rebound the parent of a snapshot disk. I.e. using the same disk twice.
That might happen when you try to re-install a Hyper-V lab that has snaphots configured. Then all data disks will be bound twice.
In my case, Location 1 - 3 has been added once more as Location 4 - 5.
Possibly, it's a performance problem.
Whenever I had that problem, too much data needed to be replicated to succeed in the time interval until the next replication took place. That was because I did not exclude the pagefile from replication and it was used heavily.
Look at the replication statistics to get an idea about the amount of data.
You could do as I ...