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Error -106 keeps occurring

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I backup a few computers and then do a transfer of the backup to separate hard drives. This one transfer will always give me an error -106 even if I delete the entire backup and start over or recatalog and groom. The culprit is always that an empty file (actually 19,080 Kb) is created and cannot be accessed. In this case the empty file is AJ005329.rdb. If I delete the file and start the transfer over again, the transfer will continue just fine, but in another day, this will again happen. Also, the error log will just continue to grow into the 10's of thousands of errors. This, of course, effectively halts all backup operations until I come in in the morning and cancel this transfer. I then always do a recatalog because I have interrupted the backup. The recatalog takes most of the working day to complete. Meanwhile, not all the computers get backed up each day.

 

 

 

 

 
+ Executing Public_BU at 10/12/2017 3:06 AM
To Backup Set Public BU...
 
- 10/12/2017 3:06:40 AM: Transferring from Public [002]
10/12/2017 3:23:05 AM: Finished scanning backup set data files
Additional error information for Disk Backup Set member "1-Public BU",
Can't write to file L:\Retrospect\Public BU\1-Public BU\AJ005329.rdb, error -1023 (already exists)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] soccCallback: kNetSelectorConnect error 10061
[*] soccRecv: connection unexpectedly closed, error 0
Trouble writing: "1-Public BU" (534056960), error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
- 10/12/2017 3:24:21 AM: Verifying Public BU
- 10/12/2017 3:25:50 AM: Transferring from Public [002]
Additional error information for Disk Backup Set member "1-Public BU",
Can't write to file L:\Retrospect\Public BU\1-Public BU\AJ005329.rdb, error -1023 (already exists)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
Trouble writing: "1-Public BU" (534056960), error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
- 10/12/2017 3:25:50 AM: Verifying Public BU
- 10/12/2017 3:25:51 AM: Transferring from Public [002]
Additional error information for Disk Backup Set member "1-Public BU",
Can't write to file L:\Retrospect\Public BU\1-Public BU\AJ005329.rdb, error -1023 (already exists)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
Trouble writing: "1-Public BU" (534056960), error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
- 10/12/2017 3:25:51 AM: Verifying Public BU
- 10/12/2017 3:25:51 AM: Transferring from Public [002]
Additional error information for Disk Backup Set member "1-Public BU",
Can't write to file L:\Retrospect\Public BU\1-Public BU\AJ005329.rdb, error -1023 (already exists)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
Trouble writing: "1-Public BU" (534056960), error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
- 10/12/2017 3:25:51 AM: Verifying Public BU
- 10/12/2017 3:25:52 AM: Transferring from Public [002]
Additional error information for Disk Backup Set member "1-Public BU",
Can't write to file L:\Retrospect\Public BU\1-Public BU\AJ005329.rdb, error -1023 (already exists)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
[*] xopFlush: flush failed, error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
Trouble writing: "1-Public BU" (534056960), error -106 (data overwrite attempt)
...
Repeats for 10's of thousands of lines.
 

AJ005329.zip

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An Advanced Search (click the gear icon at the extreme upper right, on the same line as "IPS Community" on the left) using "-106" (including the quotes, to try to eliminate posts with the number 106) revealed this thread.  Lennart Thelander, in post #4 in that thread, may have the answer to JohnW's problem.

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