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MacBook Pro - Scanning Incomplete, Error 540


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Machine Name: MacBook Pro 15"

Machine Model: MacBookPro1,1

CPU Type: Intel Core Duo

Number Of Cores: 2

CPU Speed: 2 GHz

L2 Cache (shared): 2 MB

Memory: 2 GB

Bus Speed: 667 MHz

Boot ROM Version: MBP11.0044.B02

Serial Number: W86200DRVWY

SMC Version: 1.2f10

OS 10.4.6 Build 8/1121

 

This is the client. Each time when a backup is initated, it appears that all files are scanned, but then the process stops with the error Scanning Incomplete, Error 540:

Retroclient log reads:

1151337619: Connection established by 7.91.32.161:49217

1151337654: transPiper: non-stream packet too large: 757099637

1151337662: connTcpConnection: invalid code found: 111

1151337662: ConnReadData: Connection with 7.91.32.161:49217 was reset

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The Client is OS 10.4.7

Client Version is 6.1.107

Retrospect Backup is 6.1.126

 

I have been able to create a subvolume and was able to backup the system library on the computer and a folder I created on the desktop of the User directory, but not the documents folder.

 

Here is log when run on the Documents folder:

retroclient log:

===== Wednesday, June 28, 2006 7:43:42 PM America/Indianapolis =====

1151538238: Connection established by 7.91.32.161:49255

1151538244: connTcpConnection: invalid code found: 111

1151538244: ConnReadData: Connection with 7.91.32.161:49255 was reset

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  • 2 weeks later...

Steps to solving:

retroclient.log: 1152723530: transPiper: non-stream packet too large: 757099637 (error)

 

1. Made sure all versions were current, but problem continued.

2. Determined that probably was a bad file in the system

3. Created a folder at top level and made the folder a subvolume

4. Used the folder as test bed by moving folders into and out of folder

5. Each time tested the folder with the Browse button to see if it would scan the folder without encountering a problem

Procedure

Move 10 folders into Test Folder --> Browse --> no error --> move folders back and bring second 10 repeat

--> error ---> move 5 folders to different folder ---> test the Test folder

---> no error ---> move back to original and move last 5 into Test folder ---> repeat --> error --> then removed one folder at a time

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