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    Memory Error -625

    Hi Everybody! After two years we recently ran into an -625 (Not enough Memory)-error for the first time: Durchsuchen unvollstndig, Fehler -625 (nicht gengend Arbeitsspeicher) TMemory: heap 54 1.185 K virtual 8 135,5 M commit 135,5 M purgeable 0 0 K Pool:pools, users 3 15 max allowed mem 461,0 M max block size 8.192 K total mem blocks 47 376,0 M used mem blocks 1 8.192 K file count, size 1 8.192 K requested 62 37,1 M purgeable 0 0 K avail vm size 1.452.097.536 B TMemory::mhalloc: VirtualAlloc(68,0 M, MEM_RESERVE) failed, error 8 TMemory: heap 55 1.187 K virtual 8 135,5 M commit 135,5 M purgeable 0 0 K Pool:pools, users 3 15 max allowed mem 461,0 M max block size 8.192 K total mem blocks 47 376,0 M used mem blocks 1 8.192 K file count, size 1 8.192 K requested 63 37,1 M purgeable 0 0 K avail vm size 1.452.097.536 B TMemory::mhalloc: VirtualAlloc(68,0 M, MEM_RESERVE) failed, error 8 The question now is: Does this mean that the CLIENT is out of memory or the SERVER? While both Servers do have the same mem size i can't find it out that way... Thanks!
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    Duplication messes up file dates

    hi mayoff and thanks for your reply! Verification is turned on and when we test drag-and-drop-copied some files the dates were not changed. That is why I came to believe it is a Retrospect problem. What I think is so strange about it is that not all modification dates are changed but all creation dates are. I could understand (but not accept *g*) the latter... but how can only some mod dates change? Any suggestions?
  3. Hi everybody! We're using Retrospect Multi Server 7.6 on a Windows 2000 SP4 Server to backup a bunch of servers running different OSes (linux, windows 2000, os x 10.4). Today we needed to move a really big amount of data in order to upgrade a server's disk space. so we used the duplication-feature and created a new script that copies the entire volume onto another server. so far so good. everything worked out fine and very fast. but when we took a look around the copied files we found out that a) retrospect changed the modification date of some files + 1 hour and changed the creation date of ALL files to NOW! Wanting to find out if this is a Windows problem we did a test copy onto an OS X volume. And this is what Retrospect did to ALL of the creation dates: they were set to 1950! When we recover files from our tape library everything works fine and the original dates a restored. So this seems to be a bug in the duplication feature. Can anybody give me a hint how to preserve the original dates or confirm that this really is a bug? thank you very much! ulli k. | hamburg | germany
  4. check this article. i had the same problem and this one solved it. the advanced mode does the trick :-) also it does not say so, this workaround also works with retrospect 7: http://kb.dantz.com/article.asp?article=6470&p=2
  5. hi all! for about two months now we're using retrospect multiserver on a windows 2000 server machine to backup our server environment (mostly gentoo linux servers). everything works fine exept for one of the gentoo servers that causes problems when trying to backup /var. this is the error message we sometimes get: "Probleme beim Lesen der Dateien, Fehler -540 (Probleme beim Erstellen des Service)" (Problems reading file, error -540 (problems creating service)) the strange things about it are: 1. the error does not occur every time the backup runs (only every second or third time, the other runs finish fine) 2. none of the other volumes on that server ever cause any errors 3. i ran into exactly the same error with /var on another gentoo server once. could that have to do anything with /var? retrospect-server version: 7.5.370 (german) linux-client version: 7.5.112 (english) linux-kernel: 2.6 does anybody have an idea where this error comes from or what i can do about it? thank you very much! ulli | hamburg | germany
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