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Retrospect 9.0.1 - Strange log message during snapshot transfer

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I'm testing Retrospect Desktop 9.0.1.  During a snapshot transfer, I saw this in the middle of the log entry:

runDoRequest:thd 0xb04: wantCreate is default on search for 1-Offsite Set G, uniqID 0x4e2312d4

What does this mean?  Should I be concerned?

Here's the full log entry:

Log for Script: Transfer Snapshots to Off Set G
Date: 8/14/2014

+    Executing Transfer Snapshots to Off Set G at 8/14/2014 4:46 PM
    To Backup Set Offsite Set G...

-    8/14/2014 4:46:28 PM: Transferring from Local Set C

-    8/14/2014 4:46:28 PM: Transferring from Local Set C

-    8/14/2014 4:46:28 PM: Transferring from Local Set C
        runDoRequest:thd 0xb04: wantCreate is default on search for 1-Offsite Set G, uniqID 0x4e2312d4
    8/14/2014 5:14:53 PM: Execution completed successfully
        Remaining: 1 files, zero KB
        Completed: 184546 files, 53.5 GB
        Performance: 1947.9 MB/minute
        Duration: 00:28:25 (00:00:18 idle/loading/preparing)

-    8/14/2014 5:14:53 PM: Verifying Offsite Set G
    8/14/2014 5:23:46 PM: Execution completed successfully
        Remaining: 1 files, zero KB
        Completed: 184549 files, 65.1 GB
        Performance: 7578.3 MB/minute
        Duration: 00:08:52 (00:00:05 idle/loading/preparing)

    8/14/2014 5:23:57 PM: Script "Transfer Snapshots to Off Set G" completed successfully

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I ended reaching out to Retrospect Support and got the following response:

 

The entry in the log is debug logging you can ignore.  Because the log says "Execution completed successfully", you are safe. 

 

It is a message that is not set to the proper debug logging level which is why is is showing at default logging. It is a benign message and can be ignored. It will be fixed in an update to version 9 which will be out later this year.

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