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  1. lostinit

    Backup problems

    I didn't see any posts that discussed a resolution - was anyone able to solve this problem? We're running Exchange Server 2007 on a Win2k3 64-bit box, and just started experiencing almost EXACTLY the same problems Philipp reported in post #116823 Any tips? Thanks, --Noel
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    Error 1004 with Retrospect 7.6

    Oddly enough we have one script that backups up volumes on critical servers which include the storage groups volume. I'm not sure what is advantageous running those storage group container backups through the "Exchange Agent" script as opposed to just have another script simply backup those drive volumes that contain the storage groups? In our Critical script, the exchange .edb files are backed up so I'm not sure if we need to worry about doing this through the exchange backup process or not.
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    Error 1004 with Retrospect 7.6

    Looks like I CAN now backup the individual mailboxes but I still cannot backup the Storage Groups and Public Folder Groups (Same database error). I find that odd since I can get to the mailboxes? This possibly indicates that the RBU account may need some special access granted via Powershell/Exchange Shell console? Other than that, I'm out of ideas. Thanks.
  4. lostinit

    Error 1004 with Retrospect 7.6

    Has anyone solved this? This is killing us!
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    Trouble reading files, error -1004

    We seem to be having the same issues. Do we need to create some soft of account and grant it full access to all mailboxes via the Exchange 2007 powershell console? Thanks.
  6. Both the libtool and running the diagnostics on the device itself have not made a difference. We have even decreased the cleaning interval and set cleaning on the device. The server is Windows 2003.
  7. Just to follow up the Library is a Magnum 224 LTO and it's a Tandberg drive. Also, we've seen these errors: Additional error information for device "HP Ultrium Gen 3 DC" [6:3], Sense > f0 00 03 00 00 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 0c 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (HP |Ultrium 3-SCSI |D227) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased) Device trouble: "4-Blue", error -212 (media erased)
  8. We are hitting -206 errors in EMC Retrospect on all of our tapes. We had moved over to a new server and reinstalled retrospect with the same configuration settings. We have also tried two different SCSI cards in three different servers to no avail. Here is a copy of the log (Server Names changed for confidentiality purposes): 4/16/2009 7:27:53 AM: Connected to server1 * Resolved container server1 to 4 volumes: server1 HD on MServer1 Server HD2 on MServer1 St-x-r on MServer1 X-R on MServer1 4/16/2009 7:27:52 AM: Recycle backup: The Backup Set was reset - 4/16/2009 7:27:52 AM: Copying MServer1 HD on MServer1 Additional error information for device "HP Ultrium Gen 3 DC" [6:3], Sense > f1 00 03 00 00 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 0c 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (HP |Ultrium 3-SCSI |D227) Trouble writing: "1-Blue" (136249344), error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Trouble writing media: "1-Blue" error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Additional error information for device "HP Ultrium Gen 3 DC" [6:3], Sense > f1 00 03 00 00 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 0c 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (HP |Ultrium 3-SCSI |D227) Trouble writing: "1-Blue" (3155427328), error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Trouble writing media: "1-Blue" error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Additional error information for device "HP Ultrium Gen 3 DC" [6:3], Sense > f1 00 03 00 00 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 0c 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (HP |Ultrium 3-SCSI |D227) Trouble writing: "1-Blue" (3055812608), error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Trouble writing media: "1-Blue" error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Additional error information for device "HP Ultrium Gen 3 DC" [6:3], Sense > f1 00 03 00 00 00 01 10 00 00 00 00 0c 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 (HP |Ultrium 3-SCSI |D227) Trouble writing: "2-Blue" (32178176), error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) Trouble writing media: "2-Blue" error -206 (drive reported a failure: dirty heads, bad media, etc.) 4/16/2009 8:52:00 AM: Snapshot stored, 112.9 MB We have cleaned the tape drive and erased and conditioned the tapes several times. These 15 tapes were working fine the previous week and we doubt that they could all go bad at the same time. We are in desperate need of resolving this as our backups haven’t been running for the week. Please reply as soon as possible. Thank You!
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