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Hello, We have a Retrospect 10 server with a proactive backup script, and this error appears in the script logs. "!Trouble reading files, error -519 ( network communication failed ) We have 10 Mac clients all setup to backup proatively. This error appears in the logs for various clients at one time or another. Questions: 1. What could possibly cause this error? 2. Where should I start troubleshooting? Any tips/tricks on isolating the cause, or minimizing it as much as possible so we can get more successful proactive backups. Our Configuration: -Apple MacMini, 2Ghz ZIntel Core 2 Duo, 2GB ram -OSX 10.6.8 -Retrospect server 10.1.0 (221) -Retrospect client 11.0.0 (191) Thanks for your time.
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.