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Hi!

 

What does this mean:

necoIncoming: empty stream packet, tid 38

 

I'm using Retrospect 32bit Multiserver 7.7.325 on XP SP3 to Backup XP SP2 x64 clients.

There were no error messages during the backup, only this entry, which I have never seen before.

Any information would be nice.

 

Thanks a lot!

 

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It sounds like debug logging from the program. If you don't see a red arrow next to it, then you can ignore it.

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It sounds like debug logging from the program. If you don't see a red arrow next to it, then you can ignore it.

 

Has this been confirmed?

 

I see these from time to time: necoIncoming: empty stream packet, tid 32

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I am having this same problem. I get the " necoIncoming: empty stream packet, tid 32" error, causing the script to run for hours longer than normal. Has anyone efffectively solved this problem? I'm using Retrospect 7.7.620 on Windows Server 2008 Standard.
 

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Still no concrete answer to this? I get this error message every time I run a script on my Home folders with a new tape backup set. After the first run on the new set, I no longer get this message.

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As I said in my prior reply:

 

It sounds like debug logging from the program. If you don't see a red arrow next to it, then you can ignore it.

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