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I copied a snapshot (Through Snapshot Transfer) on a tape which in it's half way demanded new member. I stopped the process. The log file said...


-    13/9/2014 11:10:54 PM: Transferring from c.ACD 02 1001 TO 2000
         c.ACD 02 1001 TO 2000 (7/6/2012 12:11 PM)
-    14/9/2014 3:43:18 AM: Verifying TAD 01 Wave 1 to 1860
    14/9/2014 6:59:13 AM: Execution stopped by operator
        Remaining: 3456 files, 105.0 GB
        Completed: 21984 files, 653.6 GB
        Performance: 2469.6 MB/minute
        Duration: 05:28:12 (00:57:13 idle/loading/preparing)



Now I have got all the folders & files as they are in source tape (Only saying this for completed part & not remaining), but not able to restore any of them. The Log file for restore says...


+    Executing Restore from Backup at 14/9/2014 2:23 PM (Execution unit 1)
    To volume retro on New Volume (E:)...
        The selected Snapshot is no longer valid
    14/9/2014 2:23:14 PM: Execution incomplete


please suggest on how can I get the restore of the snapshot.

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Complete the Snapshot Transfer!


Because you cancelled the transfer part way through Retrospect knows that files are missing from the snapshot.

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Recopy from the source and allow it to run to completion. DO NOT stop it part way through if you want a usable result.


A rebuild may work but at best it will only contain restorable files up to the point where you stopped the transfer. (Never had occasion to perform a rebuild under these conditions so cannot say what the chances of success are.)

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