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I had a similar error back in 2014, but it was an unrelated issue. The platform is CentOS 7, but with FreeBSD kernel (FreeBSD 11.1 and older versions didn't experience this issue, but the current 11.2 and 12.0 kernels report the lack of xattr information differently). Basically, the FreeBSD kernel doesn't allow the Linux-based Retrospect client to read extended attributes / xattr of files, and so Retrospect refuses to back up any of those files. I don't need extended attributes, I just need the files backed up! The Retrospect Client is logging this for every file encountered: fetFileSpec: ExtAttrGetData() failed with error 61 When tracing system calls on retropds.23, I see this: linux_llistxattr() ERR#-61 'Attribute not found' Basically, as expected, it can't get the extended attributes. The Retrospect Server logs this differently, though: can't read, error -1114 (unexpected end of file) None of the files are changing in size, so there is no "unexpected end of file". Retrospect has full read/write access on the drive (obviously, since it is what places "retropds.23" there). It looks like the Retrospect Server is interpreting the message from Retrospect Client incorrectly! I've tried reporting the problem to Support on the Retrospect website, but since I'm running it on an "unsupported configuration" (that's worked fine for the past 6+ years), they won't even consider fixing the bug. Does anyone know of a way to get Retrospect to ignore xattr information? Or to get the Server to NOT skip files?