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  1. We have three OS X servers set to be backed up every night. Intermittently, the backup script fails to complete with the following error message at the bottom. UAllowSystemSleepAgain: IOPMAssertionRelease failed, err = -536870199 Does anyone have any clue as to what the error message is trying to say? The servers are not set to sleep or to shutdown in any manner. The only power saving feature is to turn off the display after 10min. Thanks for your time, Mac
  2. Hi, we are considering to backup an OS X Server with Retrospect using a Windows machine with a lot of NTFS storage as the Retrospect server. Does anyone have any experiences to share? Of course we would use the latest versions of Retrospect, Retrospect 9.5 app for Windows on the Windows machine and Retrospect client 11.5 for Mac on the OS X Server. Retrospect says OS X Server, including Mavericks, is fully supported but I cannot find any specific information about how the unique needs of OS X Server backups and restorations have been addressed. Are all the OS X Services supported? Does the Retrospect client stop the running service, backup the relevant database and restart the service? If so, does it save the service state at each backup execution or does it save only daily backups? How about full restorations? Thanks in advance.
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