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I can't find anything about this in the guide. How can I see what files were copied on a certain day's backup? And while we're at it, what purpose does the Retrieve button do in the Backups tab of Media Sets? Searching the guide for "retrieve" shows nothing for that button.
jmehlhorn posted a topic in Retrospect 9 or higher for MacintoshHi, Running Retrospect 11.0.1 (110) on a Mountain Lion 10.8.5 OS. I am getting the following errors on my hard drive backup. And as you can see below, there are a lot of files not being copied. It seems like the Mac error 20 is a common error, but has anyone seen the -43 error? MapError: unknown Mac error 20 (repeats twice) FScSetWhichNodeInfo: USetWhichNodeInfo failed: -43 (repeats about 40 times) Remaining: 109053 files, 14.6 GB Completed: 152 files, 237.3 MB Thanks!
So I've been using Retrospect 11.0.1 on Mac OS X 10.8.5. Here's what I've been encountering... First, I had no clue that you could simply recycle media sets if you were encountering issues with backups -- so rather than recycle them, I "deleted" them altogether and re-created media sets. I figured out a loophole, or so I presume, to maintain my naming conventions on tapes to keep proper organization and so I also don't look like a dingus... my tapes are named as such: 2014 A1, 2014 B1, 2014 C1, and so forth... So... I took a tape that was already named, SUCCESSFULLY RESTORED it locally, and tried to backup it to a newly named media set and I run into the issue of "No Files Need to be Copied." Instead of getting a backup of 1.03 TB, I get a backup of 4.5 MBs... or what have you. I've done this multiple times and yielded no success. I'm guessing it's a miscommunication within Retrospect. Here's a snapshot of the log from the backup.
Don Lee posted a topic in Retrospect 9 or higher for MacintoshWhat is the stance of Retrospect on block level backup and "old" clients. Rumor has it that the block-level backups don't work on the 6.3 Mac OS X clients. How about Linux? Windows? If it doesn't work, is Retro planning to fix it? If it's not going to be supported, what level of client is required to support block-level backups?