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One of my backups failed on doing a recycle backup, with the error. But it got worse from there: ALL of the drive contents got deleted! All the contents of the drive contained other Retrospect backups, so not just the one backup file, but all others were somehow deleted by this recycle action. I manually stopped the backup and checked the drive. The drive checked good in Disk Utility. No apparently failures. Just to be sure, I erased the drive and checked it. All OK. This is the log of the event: + Recycle backup using Bi-Weekly Mac Mini_Seagate 4TB12_3x at 6/6/22, 22:00:00 (Activity Thread 1) 6/6/22 22:00:00: Finished scanning backup set data files To Backup Set MacMini_Seagate 4TB_12... 6/6/22 22:00:00: Recycle backup: The Backup Set was reset Warning: volume Seagate 4TB_12 has the "Ignore ownership" setting enabled. - 6/6/22 22:00:00: Copying Seagate 4TB_12 6/6/22 22:02:59: Found: 822960 files, 84614 folders, 3.1 TB 6/6/22 22:03:01: Finished matching 6/6/22 22:03:03: Selector "All Files" was used to select 822,960 files out of 822,960. 6/6/22 22:03:06: Copying: 822960 files (3.1 TB) and 0 hard links 6/6/22 22:03:08: Finished scanning backup set data files [*] ArcDisk::arcExportSessionFile: unexpected value of ArcCatalog::m_lastvol 0; can not write session file 6/7/22 22:30:26: Execution stopped by operator Remaining: 822,960 files, 3.1 TB Completed: 0 files, 0 B Performance: 0 MB/minute Duration: 1:00:30:25 (1:00:29:57 idle/loading/preparing) [*] ArcDisk::arcExportSessionFile: unexpected value of ArcCatalog::m_lastvol 0; can not write session file Recovery was simply to remake the catalog (same name and other parameters) and start over. Backup works for now. I am using an alternate backup application until/if this ever gets figured out. First time for this error for me. I've read about this error here in Windows applications. Including a screen shot of the current (restored) media set members as it completes the first repaired backup. Any ideas?