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  1. We struggled for weeks with a -519 network error, causing Retrospect to stop a scheduled backup. We finally found probably the solution to this issue, and we want to share it with you. - Uninstall Dropbox - Fix speed of network in Network System Preferences to 100base-TX (without flow control or energy control) Hope this is helpful.
  2. Hi, Some of the clients I back up are laptops which occasionally get turned off / fall off the wifi during a backup. This obviously fails the backup task but I was wondering what the effect is on the media set. Will the media set grow in size if a backup gets through most of the process and then fails or is the backup rolled back so the media set stays as it was? Looking at the backups tab for the media set, it seems to me that the media set does grow in size in case of failure. This seems the sensible course of action to me but I would just like to check if that is indeed the case.
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