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  1. OS 10.4.11 acting as Retrospect server. Using DVD+RW as backup on internal drive. Retrospect v. 6.1.230 OS 10.5.8 client. Retrospect client v. 6.2.234 Every time I need to switch discs during the erase sequence, as shown on the backup window I get the "Trouble reading files, error 515 (Piton protocol violation)" error. So, I have to start the backup again using "Normal". All the files get backed up eventually, but I don't get automatic verification. The client is connected via 100Mb ethernet to a linksys broadband router/switch. It seems to me this is some kind of network communication timeout/connection drop problem. Does anyone know of some timeout setting that could be set in a configuration or plist file? I haven't found anything in the doc.
  2. Okay, that's what I get for not reading the Readme. I'll try installing .138 and downgrading the RDU. As far as DVD+R media goes, anyone know if this is a permanent change? I see each RDU update after 6.1.11.101 only supports DVD+R, but there's no indication about the future. I use +R or -R media for archiving, but I wouldn't want to use it for rotation backups. It doesn't make sense to me to only support one type of DVD for backups, but what do I know. Mark.
  3. I don't have a service contract, but I have a reproducible problem with the 6.1.138 OS X update. Whenever I apply this update I get a device error when a script needs a new disk; I'm backing up to DVD+rw. The error doesn't occur when I'm manually backing up and need a new disk. When I uninstall 6.1.138 and reinstall 6.1.126 the problem goes away. Who can I contact about this? Mark.
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