Jan 19 2018
- last edited on
Jul 31 2018
We use Azure backup to backup simple files/folders for clients. We have a recovery services vault per customer, and use the Azure backup agent. We have email alerts configured to send us notifications when the backup fails (hourly digest).
When a backup failure alert happens, we go in and check it, then inactivate the alert in the Azure portal. A few days ago, we inactivated several alerts as usual. Then we started getting email alerts over and over telling us the alert was inactivated, looks like this:
There are 3 alert(s) inactivated for Recovery Services vault, [vaultname]
We keep getting these repeatedly. Super annoying, and don't really understand why you'd send an email notification telling me that the alerts were inactivated. Maybe once, but not repeatedly.
I completely disabled email alerts, waited awhile, then turned them back on again. We will see what happens, just weird.
Jan 19 2018 08:34 AM
Well, after disable/enable, we're getting the same "Alerts inactivated" emails again.
Jan 21 2018 09:48 PM - edited Jan 21 2018 09:49 PM
This issue is because of recent regression. We are rolling out hotfix for this issue. I expect the issue to resolved in most of public geos. For national clouds, it will be done by tomorrow. We regret the inconvenience caused.