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ISA data file is dirty

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Has anyone seen this and knows how to get rid of this? I recall reading the answer somewhere, but can't find it now - I think it's a corrupt instant scan index file, but I don't know where it's located to remove...

 

+ Executing Immediate Backup at 28/12/2012 09:42 (Execution unit 2)

To Backup Set CoreServerBackups...

 

- 28/12/2012 09:42:51: Copying Local Disk (C:) on Demo Server 2 (edgedemo02)

T-14: SetScanInfoInUse: ISA data file is dirty

Unable to use Instant Scan

28/12/2012 09:58:05: Snapshot stored, 164.5 MB

28/12/2012 09:58:16: Execution completed successfully

Completed: 250 files, 920.2 MB, with 55% compression

Performance: 445.2 MB/minute

Duration: 00:15:24 (00:13:19 idle/loading/preparing)

 

Thanks, Richard

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2-part answer:

 

"SetScanInfoInUse: ISA data file is dirty" means Instant Scan's scan file is out of date. Normally, Instant Scan loads on OS boots and periodically monitors file system changes to update its scan file, in that process clearing the dirty flag. If feasible, can you please contact Support so that we can review your Instant Scan configuration and log files?

 

To manually clear out Instant Scan's scan file, please refer to: http://kb.retrospect.com/articles/en_US/Retrospect_Article/Retrospect-InstaScan-FAQ/?q=instant+scan&l=en_US&fs=Search&pn=1

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Thanks David.

 

For anyone reading this, just stop the "Retrospect Instant Scan" service and then delete the RetroISAScans folder from C:\ProgramData\RetroISA (in Windows)

 

I did contact support, but was told to remove and reinstall the client!

 

Cheers, Richard

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What is the downside of just ignoring this message?

 

Retrospect will revert to a traditional volume scan. 

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