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  1. Yes sorry, I meant to say when browsing the share in the finder there are NO problems accessing files or directories.
  2. I am running Retrospect 15.5.0 on a Mac Pro 10.11.6 backing up to an LTO-6 Tape Drive. I have no issues backing up locally attached drives or computers via the Retrospect client. The error only occurs when copying from a NAS drive and not on all directories/files. I have tried mounting the NAS in Retrospect via SMB or AFP and get the same errors on both protocols. The logged in user has read/write access to the directories being backed up. If I browse the same directories I get the errors when I am in in the Finder I can view and open the files without any problems. The NAS is a QNAP TS-873U-RP
  3. Retrospect 8.2.0 (399) Mac Pro 10.6.8 OX Server Atto ExpressPCI UL5D latest driver Quantum SDLT 600 DC Tape Library I am having two issues 1) Scheduled backups to tape do not start and proactive backups to file do not start. Scheduled backups to file do work. I have to manually run scheduled scripts to tape and sometimes the engines crashes when running a tape script. 2) On the server the engine crashes frequently especially when moving are tapes around the library during a backup Here is a the information from the terminal when the engine crashes, I restart the engine from here. The GUI is running on a separate workstation. Any advice is appreciated xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!#2> !Can't continue operation, Quantum Library, ID 0:5:1 has no empty slots available, error -118 ( no empty slots). #2> !Can't continue operation, Quantum Library, ID 0:5:1 has no empty slots available, error -118 ( no empty slots). #3> LmGet: ndex = 7699, zero offset Assertion failure at "elem.cpp-1138", on threadID 0x9C1C000 xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!#3> LmGet: ndex = 7672, zero offset Assertion failure at "elem.cpp-1138", on threadID 0x880A000 xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: Sorry, try again. Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!^[[A ^X^C xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!#2> !Can't continue operation, Quantum Library, ID 0:5:1 has no empty slots available, error -118 ( no empty slots). #3> LmGet: ndex = 5570, zero offset Assertion failure at "elem.cpp-1138", on threadID 0x16A01000 xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!^[[A#3> devctrlrDevLogin: no login, refnum 0x11fe #3> devctrlrInstMake: unavailable refnum 0x11fe Assertion failure at "db.cpp-170", on threadID 0xD607000 xservemp:MacOS admin$ sudo ./RetroEngine Password: #2> Command line is ./RetroEngine DAGServer:RegisterProtocal Protocal(GUID=200)!
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    Quantum DLT-V4 USB

    Sorry didn't see the original reply. No need to be rude.
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    Quantum DLT-V4 USB

    Quantum DLT-V4 tape drive, Tabletop Kit, USB 2.0, eSATA BCBBH-EY (black) Is this compatible with Retrospect 8 on Mac OS 10.6 ? Thanks Simon
  6. Quantum DLT-V4 tape drive, Tabletop Kit, USB 2.0, eSATA BCBBH-EY (black) Is this compatible with Retrospect 6.1 or Retrospect 8 on Mac OS 10.5 or 10.6 ? Thanks Simon
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