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Using Windows 2000 server; backing up SQL Server, Exchange server, Exchange mailboxes, etc. Error occurs while backing up SQL database files.

 

Here's the log.

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-1/2/2004 10:07:58 PM: Copying Sales_Rep

SQL Backup/Restore: (4,035) - Processed 12120 pages for database 'Sales_Rep', file 'Sales_Rep_dat' on file 1.

1/2/2004 10:09:37 PM: Comparing Sales_Rep

1/2/2004 10:10:31 PM: Execution completed successfully

Completed: 1 files, 112.0 MB

Performance: 118.9 MB/minute (79.0 copy, 248.8 compare)

Duration: 00:02:33 (00:00:39 idle/loading/preparing)

 

Can't access volume , error -1221 (can't access database)

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Hi

 

Thanks for the clarification. If the SQL server is on a client machine I would forget that client and then log it back in again.

 

According to the log below the first database is properly backed up. Does the error occur at the same point in the backup every time? i.e. does it appear that there is a specific database that causes this error?

 

Does the error occur if you attempt a manual backup of the SQL databases? How about backing them up one at a time?

 

Thanks

nate

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hi

 

Theoretically the scripted and manual operations are the same. However, login information and autolaunching can cause unexpected problems. Please try it manually and let us know how it goes. You may also want to try launching Retrospect and leaving it open.

 

nate

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