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Does this error mean that the backup client or the backup server has run out of memory? Our backup server has 8GB of RAM and has never dropped below 6GB of available RAM:

 

- 5/9/2009 4:25:52 PM: Copying on

TMemory: heap 115 432.4 M

virtual 48 596.5 M

commit 596.5 M

purgeable 0 zero K

Pool:pools, users 7 57

max allowed mem 614.0 M

max block size 8,192 K

total mem blocks 36 288.0 M

used mem blocks 4 32.0 M

file count, size 2 16.0 M

requested 163 4.0 G

purgeable 0 zero K

avail vm size 72,933,376 B

TMemory::mhalloc: VirtualAlloc(60.0 M, MEM_RESERVE) failed, error 8

TMemory: heap 116 432.4 M

virtual 48 596.5 M

commit 596.5 M

purgeable 0 zero K

Pool:pools, users 7 57

max allowed mem 614.0 M

max block size 8,192 K

total mem blocks 36 288.0 M

used mem blocks 4 32.0 M

file count, size 2 16.0 M

requested 164 4.0 G

purgeable 0 zero K

avail vm size 72,933,376 B

TMemory::mhalloc: VirtualAlloc(60.0 M, MEM_RESERVE) failed, error 8

Trouble matching on to , error -625 (not enough memory)

5/9/2009 4:41:44 PM: Execution incomplete

Total performance: 759.7 MB/minute with 20% compression (using hardware accelerator)

Total duration: 23:39:05 (01:02:53 idle/loading/preparing)

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The backup computer is low on memory. How much RAM do you have? How much free space on the C: disk?

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Hi Robin...

 

The server has 8GB of RAM, and has never fallen below 6GB of RAM. The C drive has 20GB free.

 

When I re-queued the backup, it ran fine. This may just be a fluke, but I thought that I'd post it anyway.

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Don't forget that you need between 5 and 15GB of free space on the C: disk for each execution unit you are running so that memory can be cached to disk as needed.

 

Retrospect is a 32 bit program, so it can't use more then 2 GB of physical RAM.

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