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[*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0

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Hi.

 

Although everything seems to be working fine, Im seeing this error message a lot in the retrospect log.

I've included a sample to show how it happens.

 

The clients all seem to be backing up ok. but it does have me worried.

 

Can anyone give a clue as to what may be going on here?

I cant even tell if its affecting the clients or not.

 

I run retrospect single server version 13.5.0 with about 50 clients backing up to two different media sets on separate qnap NAS SMB shares.

Server is a Mac mini late 2014, 2.6 Ghz core i5 with 16Gb ram running Mac OS X 10.12.5

I back up clients on an intranet spanning 12 buildings of a university campus, It doesn't seem to be any particular building area or switch. 

 

[*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0
+ Normal backup using 24 hr, Labs set I at 11/07/17, 11:18:19 AM (Activity Thread 1)
11/07/17 11:18:20 AM: Finished scanning backup set data files
To Backup Set Media Set I...
- 11/07/17 11:18:19 AM: Copying Users on JHmMac11
11/07/17 11:18:37 AM: Found: 34179 files, 4104 folders, 19.7 GB
11/07/17 11:19:28 AM: Finished matching
11/07/17 11:19:32 AM: Copying: 48 files (154.3 MB) and 0 hard links
11/07/17 11:20:02 AM: Building Snapshot...
11/07/17 11:20:03 AM: Checking 4,104 folders for ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 11:20:04 AM: Finished copying 1,008 folders with ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 11:20:04 AM: Copying Snapshot: 2 files (10.2 MB)
11/07/17 11:20:07 AM: Snapshot stored, 10.2 MB
11/07/17 11:20:08 AM: Execution completed successfully
Completed: 48 files, 154.3 MB
Performance: 308.6 MB/minute
Duration: 00:01:48 (00:01:17 idle/loading/preparing)
[*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0
+ Normal backup using 24 hr, Labs set I at 11/07/17, 12:15:06 PM (Activity Thread 1)
11/07/17 12:15:06 PM: Finished scanning backup set data files
To Backup Set Media Set I...
- 11/07/17 12:15:06 PM: Copying Users on TRmiMacf
11/07/17 12:15:23 PM: Found: 26160 files, 6699 folders, 62.8 GB
11/07/17 12:16:16 PM: Finished matching
11/07/17 12:16:17 PM: Copying: 599 files (98.5 MB) and 0 hard links
11/07/17 12:16:48 PM: Building Snapshot...
11/07/17 12:16:49 PM: Checking 6,699 folders for ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 12:16:52 PM: Finished copying 1,126 folders with ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 12:16:55 PM: Copying Snapshot: 2 files (8.9 MB)
11/07/17 12:16:58 PM: Snapshot stored, 8.9 MB
11/07/17 12:17:05 PM: Execution completed successfully
Completed: 599 files, 98.5 MB
Performance: 151.5 MB/minute
Duration: 00:01:59 (00:01:20 idle/loading/preparing)

+ Normal backup using 24 hr, academic desktop set I at 11/07/17, 1:11:33 PM (Activity Thread 1)
11/07/17 1:11:33 PM: Finished scanning backup set data files
To Backup Set Media Set I...
- 11/07/17 1:11:33 PM: Copying Users on JM-iMaca
11/07/17 1:13:50 PM: Found: 171157 files, 31238 folders, 41.4 GB
11/07/17 1:14:08 PM: Finished matching
11/07/17 1:14:20 PM: Copying: 711 files (361.7 MB) and 0 hard links
11/07/17 1:15:18 PM: Building Snapshot...
11/07/17 1:15:19 PM: Checking 31,238 folders for ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 1:15:25 PM: Finished copying 2,469 folders with ACLs or extended attributes
11/07/17 1:15:29 PM: Copying Snapshot: 2 files (51.6 MB)
11/07/17 1:15:37 PM: Snapshot stored, 51.6 MB
11/07/17 1:15:50 PM: Execution completed successfully
Completed: 711 files, 361.7 MB
Performance: 297.2 MB/minute
Duration: 00:04:16 (00:03:02 idle/loading/preparing)

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Here is what may be another clue

 

[*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] and 18 others [*] necoSoccTimer: connection failed (idle 302 seconds) [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0 [*] soccClose: shutdown() failed with error 0
+ Normal backup using 24 hr, Labs set G at 12/07/17, 8:30:22 AM (Activity Thread 2)
12/07/17 8:30:29 AM: Finished scanning backup set data files
To Backup Set Media Set g...
- 12/07/17 8:30:22 AM: Copying Users on RZmiMacc
Using Instant Scan data for Users on RZmiMacc
12/07/17 8:31:42 AM: Found: 146647 files, 34025 folders, 194.7 GB
12/07/17 8:33:01 AM: Finished matching
12/07/17 8:33:28 AM: Copying: 603 files (81 MB) and 0 hard links
12/07/17 8:34:12 AM: Building Snapshot...
12/07/17 8:34:12 AM: Checking 34,025 folders for ACLs or extended attributes
12/07/17 8:34:29 AM: Finished copying 3,012 folders with ACLs or extended attributes
12/07/17 8:34:32 AM: Copying Snapshot: 2 files (47.1 MB)
12/07/17 8:34:53 AM: Snapshot stored, 47.1 MB
12/07/17 8:34:56 AM: Execution completed successfully
Completed: 603 files, 81 MB, with 0% compression
Performance: 97.2 MB/minute
Duration: 00:04:33 (00:03:43 idle/loading/preparing)

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I did an Advanced Search (click the gear button at the extreme right of the top line that says "IPS Community" on the left), and typed "soccClose: shutdown"—including the quotes—in the Find Words box.  Then, since Lindsay Robertson had posted this in the "Retrospect Products—Windows->Server, SBS and Multiserver" forum, I selected "Windows Products—Retrospect" in the Find in Forum dropdown and clicked the Search Now button.  I found no posts.

 

I later reread post #1 in this thread, and saw in the fourth paragraph "I run retrospect single server version 13.5.0" and "Server is a Mac mini late 2014".  I then reran the Advanced Search, but did not select anything in the Find in Forum dropdown.  I found this thread and this thread.  Since the first linked-to thread is the only one with replies, I suggest that Lindsay Robertson look at twickland's post #2 in that thread.

 

And, while Lindsay Robertson is contemplating Daniels' post #3 in that thread about posting in the wrong forum, IMHO Lindsay Robertson should also reconsider his/her choice for the Gender button for his/her Profile.  This being the second decade of the 21st Century, and less than three weeks after Pride Week (I'm straight, but my apartment overlooks the parade route), I'm not sure whether Lindsay Robertson's profile photo represents his/her normal gender or gender in drag or a first-name-related joke.  As long as he/she is updating his/her Profile, adding at least a country in Location would be nice in view of time zones.

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I'm terribly sorry about posting in the wrong thread. I really don't know how I made that mistake. Ill abandon this (cant see a way to remove it) and move to the other side.

 

But before I do, I feel I should address David's 3rd paragraph. ;-)

I've taken his advice and reconsidered my choice of indicated gender, and am quite happy with it thanks.

He makes a very good point about the age we live in, and as such, people do realise that gender has nothing to do with ability to do a job, solve complex technical issues, nor how you should relate to them.

Unless, of course, they're looking for a date - which I didn't think would be the situation here, and not really being in the market myself, felt that wasn't valid.

So I left it as it is, unstated.

I've put my location, Dunedin New Zealand, (an awesome place just out of range of Kim Jong-un's missiles (not that we've ever pissed anyone off :-p (or got anything that anyone  else wants)). I've never bothered, figuring that the profile itself lists my time zone as GMT+12 anyway.

Will go now and update my avatar :-)

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....

 

... I feel I should address David's 3rd paragraph. ;-)

I've taken his advice and reconsidered my choice of indicated gender, and am quite happy with it thanks.

He makes a very good point about the age we live in, and as such, people do realise that gender has nothing to do with ability to do a job, solve complex technical issues, nor how you should relate to them.

Unless, of course, they're looking for a date - which I didn't think would be the situation here, and not really being in the market myself, felt that wasn't valid.

So I left it as it is, unstated.

I've put my location, Dunedin New Zealand, (an awesome place just out of range of Kim Jong-un's missiles (not that we've ever pissed anyone off :-p (or got anything that anyone  else wants)). I've never bothered, figuring that the profile itself lists my time zone as GMT+12 anyway.

Will go now and update my avatar :-)

 

 

For some months now, I've been using "he/she" and "him/her" on these Forums whenever I can't figure out a poster's gender.  I do that to remind everybody—including myself—that we shouldn't assume a poster is male.  But it's a nuisance, and I'd rather every poster put their (chosen) gender in his/her Profile—that way we might re-educate ourselves.  I'm afraid the combination of a glamorous female avatar and an unstated gender got me a bit irritated in Lindsay Robertson's case; I apologize.

 

As for the time zone in someone else's Profile, I can't view it; that's why I asked Lindsay Robertson to at least put his/her country in the Location field of his/her Profile, so I could get a general idea of what time of day to expect new posts from him/her.

 

P.S.: Although I felt impelled to point out in post #3 in this thread that Lindsay Robertson had posted in the wrong Forum, my primary objective in writing the first paragraph in post #3 was to show once again how to use Advanced Search.  Since Mayoff no longer has time to read the Forums, we can't rely on his memory and/or internal records to dig up past occurrences of a particular problem.  Therefore you'd all better learn how to use Advanced Search; I don't expect to be around forever to do it for you—and you can save time by doing it yourself.

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