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  1. Thanks! I'll try that.
  2. Running a routine backup script from a network PC to a NAS, I got this error message: 15/12/2017 09:31:54: Verifying DATA (D:) on ***-********* Grooming Backup Set ***-XPS8900, optimizing for storage... [*] SegSkipRecordsInBuf: invalid record 0x3a002000 (: ) and count (1,124,090,368); error -1010 (API request bad) [*] SegSkipFileStartInMem: invalid record 0x3a002000 (: ) starting fragment #12 @508,366 in AA000077.rdb; error -1010 (API request bad) [*] ---grxLogFlush: can't record updated databytes for fdex 77 (AA000077.rdb), error -1101 (file/directory not found) Groomed 850 KB from Backup Set ***-XPS8900. Grooming Backup Set ***-XPS8900 failed, error -1010 (API request bad) You must recreate the Backup Set's Catalog File. I rebuilt the catalog file and reran with the same error. Backing up the C: drive from this machine and backing up another PC with a similar script both run with no issues. I presume there is an error in AA000077.rdb, which is one of three files from a backup in May 2017. Can I just rename it or is there some way of fixing it? Andrew
  3. Microsoft has made networking changes, which are causing isues over on the ReadyNAS users forum. There was a change made with the Fall Creators update with SMB: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4046019/guest-access-smb2-disabled-by-default-in-windows-10... I don't understand the technicalities - but it doesn't seem helpful!
  4. What does error mean?

    OK, I see what's happened. I built a new catalog, and Retrospect groomed the backup set - see previous listing. During the process I looked at the NAS and there was a complete backup of the backup set - 1.2TB! After the grooming this disappeared. After the whole process I seem to have a proper backup.....
  5. What does error mean?

    Lennart, I have 1.24TB free out of a total of 5.39TB!!! Since I posted, I've run a full volume file scan with no errors, then recreated the catalog from disk files. Now I'm rerunning the backup job, which has backed up the C: drive with no errors and is currently grooming.... - 05/06/2017 10:55:29: Copying OS (C:) on VSH-********* 05/06/2017 10:57:47: Found: 231,966 files, 44,355 folders, 66.9 GB 05/06/2017 10:57:50: Finished matching 05/06/2017 10:58:01: Copying: 8,845 files (4.8 GB) and 7 hard links - 05/06/2017 10:58:05: Verifying OS (C:) on VSH-********* Grooming Backup Set VSH XPS8900, optimizing for storage...
  6. What does error mean?

    OK. Rebuilt catalog. Reran backup : + Normal backup using VSH 8900 Backup at 04/06/2017 12:09 04/06/2017 12:09:29: Finished scanning backup set data files To Backup Set VSH XPS8900... 04/06/2017 12:09:29: Connected to VSH-******** * Resolved container VSH-******** to 3 volumes: OS (C:) on VSH-********** DATA (D:) on VSH-******** DISTROS (F:) on VSH-********* - 04/06/2017 12:09:27: Copying OS (C:) on VSH-******** 04/06/2017 12:11:39: Found: 232,173 files, 44,410 folders, 66.7 GB 04/06/2017 12:11:41: Finished matching 04/06/2017 12:11:53: Copying: 4,973 files (9.5 GB) and 7 hard links - 04/06/2017 12:11:56: Verifying OS (C:) on VSH-********* Grooming Backup Set VSH XPS8900, optimizing for storage... [*] VLoc::VolRDiskDelFrags: file (AA000060.rdb) has fragment that appears invalid ( , 26,920,220) Groomed 5.6 GB from Backup Set VSH XPS8900. Grooming Backup Set VSH XPS8900 failed, error -2264 (Grooming defragmentation failed) You must recreate the Backup Set's Catalog File. See the Retrospect User's Guide or online help for details on recreating Catalog Files. - 04/06/2017 12:38:39: Copying OS (C:) on VSH-********** 04/06/2017 12:40:21: Execution stopped by operator Remaining: 4495 files, 8.5 GB Completed: 478 files, 1.1 GB, with 28% compression Performance: 588.0 MB/minute Duration: 00:30:54 (00:29:04 idle/loading/preparing) The backup set is on a Netgear ReadyNAS+ with no errors showing on the SMART logs..... File AA000060.rdb dates back to 2016 What do I do?
  7. What does error mean?

    Running a routine backup from a client to a ReadyNas unit - done before. Using v12.0.0.188 The system went into an "active hang" with non-stop activity on the NAS and a log entry of: - 12/05/2017 09:54:13: Copying DATA (D:) on ********* 12/05/2017 09:54:45: Found: 30,216 files, 2,840 folders, 106.1 GB 12/05/2017 09:54:46: Finished matching 12/05/2017 09:54:52: Copying: 2,732 files (102.1 GB) and 0 hard links - 12/05/2017 11:28:51: Verifying DATA (D:) on *********** [*] soccRecv: recv failed, error 10054 [*] soccCallback: kNetSelectorClose error 10053 Grooming Backup Set VSH XPS8900, optimizing for storage... It's now 6hrs after I started. The activity monitor shows 176577 files remaining taking up 1290.9 GB on a disk partition of 1.34TB of which 1.3 is free! ------------------------------------------------ Stopped the execution and reran the backup: All went well to start with. Backup and verification of C: was fast. D: copied quickly, then something happened on verification. It showed 1,283.7 GB to verify, due to take 6 days, then went lost the time scale, but still showed a throughput of 137.1MB/min. Log showed: - 12/05/2017 15:59:51: Copying DATA (D:) on ********** 12/05/2017 16:00:24: Found: 30,267 files, 2,873 folders, 106.1 GB 12/05/2017 16:00:26: Finished matching 12/05/2017 16:00:32: Copying: 2,666 files (102.0 GB) and 0 hard links - 12/05/2017 16:13:20: Verifying DATA (D:) on ********** [*] soccRecv: recv failed, error 10054 [*] soccCallback: kNetSelectorClose error 10053 Grooming Backup Set VSH XPS8900, optimizing for storage... The ReadyNAS logs and SMART logs show no errors......
  8. Retrospect Client too small on 4K Display

    same problem with the 12.0 client....Unreadable
  9. Errors in Win10 backup

    OK - I've run chkdsk ( it's there from the Command Prompt) - no issues. This is a machine which started with XP, then had an upgrade to Win7, then another to Win10, and I think it's just too much. Something has got crossed..... It's seven years old, and I'm replacing it.
  10. Errors in Win10 backup

    Sorry about the delay - yes I've run the Win10 file checker - no issues.(Win10 doesn't do chkdsk).
  11. Errors in Win10 backup

    Both machines are upgradees - but three months ago. Retrospect has been working well until recently. It's the Can't back up registry, error -1013 (malformed name) which worries me!
  12. Errors in Win10 backup

    Using Version 10.5.0.110 I regularly (weekly) back up my wife's machine across the network. On the last two occasions I've been getting errors: - 13/12/2015 14:46:03: Copying OS (C:) on VSH-DHZ04C4J-MT 13/12/2015 14:53:21: Found: 297,810 files, 54,495 folders, 71.1 GB 13/12/2015 14:53:30: Finished matching Backing up 1 out of 2 files using block level incremental backup, storing full backups for remaining 1. 13/12/2015 14:53:53: Copying: 498 files (4.4 GB) and 0 hard links 13/12/2015 14:57:24: Building Snapshot... 13/12/2015 14:57:27: Copying VSS writer files 13/12/2015 14:57:40: Finished copying VSS writer files Can't back up registry, error -1013 (malformed name) 13/12/2015 14:57:56: Copying properties for 54,495 folders 13/12/2015 15:03:49: Finished copying properties for 54,495 folders and 0 files Writer "Task Scheduler Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Component "TasksStore" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Writer "VSS Metadata Store Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Component "WriterMetadataStore" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Writer "Performance Counters Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Component "PerformanceCounters" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Writer "ASR Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Writer "MSSearch Service Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Writer "IIS Config Writer" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). Component "IISCONFIG" backup failed, error -1101 (file/directory not found). 13/12/2015 15:04:22: Copying Snapshot: 306 files (362.0 MB) 13/12/2015 15:06:00: Snapshot stored, 362.0 MB I've run CCleaner against her registry with no benefit. Borh machines are running Win10Pro64, fully updated. This problem first occurred on Dec 6th: 06/12/2015 11:30:52: Building Snapshot... 06/12/2015 11:30:56: Copying VSS writer files 06/12/2015 11:31:38: Finished copying VSS writer files 06/12/2015 11:32:03: Copying properties for 56,258 folders 06/12/2015 11:38:13: Finished copying properties for 56,258 folders and 0 files Writer "ASR Writer" backup failed, error -3050 (VSS reported an error). Writer "MSSearch Service Writer" backup failed, error -3050 (VSS reported an error). Writer "IIS Config Writer" backup failed, error -3050 (VSS reported an error). Component "IISCONFIG" backup failed, error -3050 (VSS reported an error). 06/12/2015 11:38:45: Copying Snapshot: 217 files (277.9 MB) 06/12/2015 11:39:59: Snapshot stored, 277.9 MB All suggestions gratefully received.....
  13. Lennart, It's too early in the day - of course it should be 180GB out of 320GB! I know there's some junk, but I laso have a lot of legacy programs which have come from XP-> Win7 -> Win 10, and I'm not sure if they would install under Win10. I wouldn't expect to copy over any drivers for standard hardware. I read the section of the manual: You may also choose to select one of the following options at the bottom of the dialog: ▪ Keep the latest driver version — Check this option if you want to keep the latest version of the drivers during the forced re-injection. This option is only available when the Inject all necessary drivers... option, above, is selected as meaning that I want to keep drivers on System B whenever possible... Is that correct?
  14. A very basic question.... I want to upgrade my home computer, which is part of a small network. I want to replace an old Win10 machine (lets call it A) with a modern Win10 machine. A is a BIOS machine, B has UEFI. Can I move everything from A to B by doing making a disaster recovery disk from A, then booting from it in B and doing a dissimlar hardware recovery, keeping the existing drivers? B will have more disk space than A (A has 2x 500MB disks, each with 2 partitions; B will have a 250MB SSD and a 2TB HDD), but I can see one potential issue: the C: drive on A is sized at 320MB (but only 180 GB is used); C: on B is 250MB.
  15. OK Icon has gone. I must have had a finger malfunction when installing 9.0.0 (from the date). Thanks Andrew
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